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3 Outfit Ideas for the Festive Season
December 2, 2015

3 Outfit Ideas for the Festive Season

By Fashion Writer: Wei Ni Lee

In a blink of an eye, it’s Christmas & New Year’s already! If you’re like me and tend to procrastinate on things, you’ll soon find yourself with a ton of festive invites and NOTHING to wear! To save you from that trouble, I’ve created 3 looks for 3 occasions. 🙂

#1 Home Lunches

This look is perfect for more casual occasions where you’re with your close friends & family. It’s a great look for hiding your overindulged tummy while still maintaining a chic & comfortable appearance.

Top from Peep Boutique

Top from Peep Boutique

As there’s no reason to sacrifice style for comfort. An oversized top ensures your post Christmas dinner(s) is not saying a big, bold ‘HELLO’ to the world. The maxi skirt sits at the waist, cinching it in slightly to create a slimmer silhouette. No one will know that you spent last night finishing up Santa’s milk & cookies! 😉

Eye palette from Urban Decay, sheer lipstick from Shiseido

Eye palette from Urban Decay, sheer lipstick from Shiseido

As the setting for this outfit is a little casual, go for neutral eyes and a sheer lipstick. The eye palette will help bring definition to your eyes while the lipstick is moisturizing enough you can use it like a tinted lipbalm (no mirrors needed!).

Necklace from ASOS, rings & bracelets from DIYKL

Necklace from ASOS, rings & bracelets from DIYKL

Little gold & pearl details add a touch of elegance to your look and take you from I-woke-up-like-this to I-woke-up-fabulous.

#2 Boxing Day Brunches

When it comes to the year-end festive seasons, I love wearing white! White reminds me of the snow we do not have here in Malaysia, so I love incorporating white to my outfits.

Jumpsuit from Love, Bonito, shoes from Zalora

Jumpsuit from Love Bonito, shoes from Zalora

I started off the look with a clean palette in a tube white jumpsuit & beige pointed heels.

Necklace from ASOS

Necklace from ASOS

To add interest & dimension to this look, I paired up the clean white jumpsuit & pumps combo with a colourful, ethnic inspired choker necklace. A choker necklace pairs up perfectly with a tube neckline as it sits comfortably right between the collarbones & ends right at your décolletage.

Nail polish from Models Own, eyeliner from Eyeko, mascara from Shiseido

Nail polish from Models Own, eyeliner from Eyeko, mascara from Shiseido

To keep this look monochromatic with a pop off colour, paint your nails in shades of black and/or white and complete it with a bold winged liner & tons of mascara!

#3 Fancy Dinners

Got that fancy dinner party with friends? Here is your chance to go all out glam!

Dress from Peep Boutique

Dress from Peep Boutique

I wanted the theme of this post to be rather minimalistic, so I kept the accessories to a minimum and let the dress stand out on its own. This midi dress in a stretchable knit ensures you stay comfortable all night long; the fabric is smooth & stretchy which skims & hugs your body perfectly.

Necklace from ASOS, eye palette from Urban Decay, lipstick from Rimmel, nail polish from OPI.

Necklace from ASOS, eye palette from Urban Decay, lipstick from Rimmel, nail polish from OPI.

There’s something edgier & sexier about pairing up a dark navy blue dress with a bold red lip. I just love the contrast of cool blue against warm, rich red.
Add a little glitz to your nails with a shimmery blue-silver nail polish.

Festive OOTD (9)

Finish up this look with skyscraper strappy heels & dainty necklace and you’re ready to party the night away!

When it comes to creating looks for the festive season, always be sure that you’re comfortable & confident in whatever you put on. After all, confidence is a woman’s best accessory! Of course, a bold red lip, winged liner & killer pumps don’t hurt either. 😉

Let us know in the comments down below, which of these looks are your favourite. We’d love to hear from you! 🙂

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