What to Wear for the Holidays

Have a holiday party to go to?  Don't know what to wear?  Here are some fashion ideas for both women and men for every occasion this season.

  • Dressing for a work party can be a bit daunting. Keep it classy and sassy with your style and you're sure to be a show stopper.

  • Vintage Inspired Dress

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  • Heart Lined Tights

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  • Suede Black Pumps

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  • Gold Accent Clutch

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  • Black Wool Coat

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  • Holidays are all about spending time with family and friends. Here is a perfect outfit for almost any get together, whether it is dinner with the family or meeting your friends out for a holiday drink.

  • Bordeaux Dress

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  • Statement Necklace

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  • Gold Toe Heels

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  • Faux Leather Clutch

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  • Faux Fur Wrap

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  • Let your dress take the main stage this year. Don't forget to accent it with the hot color of the season, Oxblood, shown here in the clutch and earings.

  • Baroque Accent Dress

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  • Cutout Point Toe Pump

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  • Teardrop Jewel Earrings

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  • Oxblood Envelope Clutch

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  • Look like you're the boss at this years work party. Make your statement with style.

  • Gray Sportcoat

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  • Black Dress Pants

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  • Plaid Tie

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  • Oxford Dress Shoes

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  • Red Tiger Eye Cuff Links

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  • Cozy up by the fire at your next family gathering with a relaxed, yet smart look for the holiday season.

  • Khaki Flat Front Pants

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  • Striped Button Down

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  • Cashmere V-neck Sweater

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  • Navy Corduroy Blazer

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  • Brown Dress Shoe

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  • Nothing says black tie like a tuxedo with a bow tie. So why disappoint? A well made tux will have you turning heads all night long.

  • Tuxedo Dress Shirt

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  • Black Wool Tuxedo

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  • Bow Tie

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  • Mother of Pearl Cuff Links

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  • Patent Leather Dress Shoe

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