The it-list of accessories to sparkle for Christmas and New Year

The it-list of accessories to sparkle for Christmas and New Year

Samantha notebook

You may have already found your dress or outfit for Christmas and/or New Year but you don’t know which accessorize will fit with your outfit ? Here some accessorizes that will bring a touch of sparkles to your outfit. Shoes, jewelry, bags or accessories for your hair. I am not sure that it will be “the one” to match with your dress but we never know. Take a look.  

1. Bags

bags

2. Shoes

shoes

3. Jewelry & Accessories

bijoux

Xoxo

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Dressing Like Mommy: Little Fashionistas/ Mini-Divas

Dressing Like Mommy: Little Fashionistas/ Mini-Divas

Fashionistas

Enviee Chic

Leather skirt, peplum top, sneaker wedges, gold chain and a leopard cross-body.  Sounds cute right?  Lets not forget the fresh manicure and you can not leave the house without lip gloss.  This is how most of us would walk out of the house .  But is this how you would dress your little girl?

Instagram is filled with pages featuring pictures of  little girls dressed like this. Most pictures of these  proclaimed little fashionistas/divas are captioned “dressed liked mommy/ looking like mommy” and they are under the age of 10. Then there are pictures of these little girls with their moms in the exact same outfits.

 I personally am not a mother but I am auntie and  the preceding outfit for my niece would have been: A tutu, t-shirt with a cute saying, girly sneakers, a colorful necklace, a doggy purse and some chapstick. Completely different from how some mothers are…

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Thigh boots

Thigh boots

For the trendiest!!

Samantha notebook

Ok this season the thigh boosts is the model that all of the fashionista must have in their closet. You can be sure that your friends and colleagues will be jealous 😉  I don’t know what do you think about this shoes, but for me the thigh boots are really sexy, with a tunic, high socks and a XXL coat… I say a big YES ! But be careful of not being “too much”, if you wear a flat thigh boots choose a simple outfit like a legging and a knitting sweatern and if you prefer heel, I recommend you a skirt or a dress with a XXL coat. Here a selection of my favorites

Topshop

TopShop

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Patrizia Pepe

Les-cuissardes-Key-Te-by-Kalliste_sarenza

 Kalliste

jona

Jona

H&M

H&M

aldo

Aldo

 

Xoxo

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Layered up by “Trendsetter” Tiffany Davis

Layered up by “Trendsetter” Tiffany Davis

As the winter approaches us slowly, it’s time to shop for the latest trend this winter, and this 2014 season it continues with layering. I will help guide you with tips to stay warm and trendy as you brave the cold weather stylishly. As you layer it’s important to not look chunky or bulky.

1. All of the sweater you have in your closet, you can layer a round neck with a fitted button up or a button up that is a tad too small. Roll up the sleeves and strut your stuff. This is a great way to use a shirt you don’t want to give away yet.

2. A t-shirt long or short sleeved can be layered with a v-neck sweater, off the shoulder sweater, or blazer. This way you can still wear all of your t-shirts with the statements on them year round.

3. A great coat whether it’s a pea coat, leather or puffy coat/jacket/vest can bring life to a boring outfit. So purchase a coat in colors besides gray, navy and black. Also pair it with a scarf and leather gloves. Bring life to your outfit and still stay warm.

Pair them with skinny jeans, straight leg slacks or skirt and military style boots, ankle boots, knee boots or pumps and you are done!

Oh yeah, don’t forget your accessories to bring out your uniqueness to the winter 2014 trend.

Special Delivery: 6 Military Jackets Under $100

Special Delivery: 6 Military Jackets Under $100

Special Delivery: 6 Military Jackets Under $100

Quiksilver jacket
quiksilver.com

River Island cotton jacket
$80 – riverisland.com

Mango black wool jacket
$80 – johnlewis.com

Boucle jacket
$57 – fashionunion.com