Christmas Fashion Outfits Holiday Dresses
It’s Christmas – everyone’s favorite time of the year. For many, Christmas is about the friends, family, faith, vacation, and tradition. But there are still some who take Christmas to the next level – fashion-wise. Yes, indeed Christmas is a time for flaunting the new set of clothes we’ve saved up for the whole year. The yuletide season is the perfect time to shop for clothes because of the humongous bargains sellers put up, so they too, can enjoy Christmas profits.
Christmas officially begins on the ‘-ber’ months: September, October, November, December – not to mention January and February, because of the frigid cold retained by those months.
To start, Christmas fashion is defined by the word ‘simple’. Yes, simple. On Christmas, it’s considered a fashion blunder to be walking on the street sporting clothes that have a rainbow of colors. A technicolor of dress colors is simply too ‘blah’ for Christmas, because the happiness has already set in this season – there’s no need to make people happy, because they already are. The fashion law states that whenever the hazy seasons – like summer, autumn, & spring – start blemishing the atmosphere, that’s the only time wearing our colorful dresses are considered fashionable.
Clanging, shimmery colors and accessories are also out. In conformity with this joyous-but-frigid season, sporting too much glitz and swag like diamonds, bracelets, and beach wear will make you look trying too hard to get attention. Spare those sunglasses, braces and anklets, because the beach waters have already frozen.
Apparently, showing too much of your body is also a forbidden gimmick this Christmas season. Instead, let your clothes do talking. Scientifically speaking, the colder it gets, the less “sensual tension” our bodies feel. So, if you’re going to attract someone, start putting on some decent clothes. The best way to look “hot” on the cold holidays is too wear insulating clothes that accentuate figure and cleavage (if you’re a woman). A turtleneck sweater can work wonders if you know what color and patterns suits your skin tone and figure.
Don’t wear clothes that blend in too much with the yuletide decors. Wearing green and red color motifs will make you look like an elf. Try going for a pure black or pure white sweater and alternate color pants to match. You may also want to consider wearing vixen boots to accentuate your figure even more. Vixen boots may cost much, but renowned fashion critics consider them as the silver lining on almost any holiday apparel.
Belts are also in this season. Since the single dress season is out, you’ll be likely to choose from a variety of belts that will more or less suit the minimalist tone of your outfit. We suggest going for a Cummerbund belt or any belt that doesn’t display a distractingly flashy buckle.
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