Plus Size Fashions For The Holidays

Katie Holmes wearing Gucci Fall Winter Holiday Gowns

It’s that time of year again! The lights are going up, Christmas music is starting to play in shopping malls and you are pulling out your favorite sweaters. Here is a quick guide on what to wear during the holidays:

Thanksgiving: Comfort and class is the best look for your Thanksgiving gatherings. Try a pair of stretchy skinny jeans with a nice pair of riding boots, a comfy dark hued top or sweater and a fun scarf. Deep reds, teals, mustards and browns are trendy and perfect for your family meal. You know you spend most of your time sitting around a table and enjoying the food and banter, so get comfy and feel confident.

Christmas: Whether you are going to the company Christmas party or your favorite aunt’s gift exchange think shimmery and cozy! If you company Christmas party is held out of office or after office hours, you can expect to dress it up a bit. Try a black pencil skirt, dark tights, booties or heels with a shimmery cream colored tank and black jacket or cardigan. If you are heading over to see family lose the pencil skirt and add a pair of leggings. If you choose a light colored top, lipstick should be light, if you go bolder, follow suit.

Diana Gold Sequin Dress Monif C, Celina Lorenz Plus Size Model From Raysay77 on Photobucket

New Year’s: Feathers, fringe, shine and two toned.  It’s no secret New Years has always been the one holiday that you can really glam it up and sparkles are expected. Color combo’s are in this New Year’s, gold/silver, peach/cream, cream/white so go two toned to keep up with the trend. There are plenty of dresses that have all the above, including for the bold-feathers. Don’t forget the smokey eye and red lips!

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