A Holiday Outfit Recommendation for Events

Welcome to the holiday season. It is the time of the year where we throw elaborate parties to celebrate friends, families, and acquaintances. One dilemma is often what to wear to these parties, especially if you want to stand out. 
Today’s post I will be sharing some outfit recommendations for women like me who are looking for quality clothing for their holiday events. 

Ruffled Dress | Similar Bag c/o | Similar Heels |  Bracelet | Similar Earrings 

Also, I can’t believe we are all writing about holiday-related content, meanwhile it was January just yesterday. And like the salient movement of a cheetah wanting to catch it’s pretty, the year has eluded us.
About today’s look, I loved the subtle yet romantic details of the neck cut, the ruffle fringe details, and the material choice for the design. The polka dot white outfit from the White House Black Market, isn’t the first time I am styling a piece from their collection, please see previous blog post here.
The light weight dress is a stunner from a mile away and everyone who saw me on the streets of Washington DC, commented on my look. 

Here are 5 Dress Looks Recommended For You

One thing we’ll try to do this season is keep holiday memories etched like a scent of a good lover. If there is any lesson the pandemic thought us, it is to cherish moments of togetherness. So, that will often happen, in good clothes with the right energy to match. 
Let’s look at a few clothing recommendations for the holiday season. 

LOOK 1: High Society Event

LOOK 2: A High Tea Party

LOOK 3: A Holiday Concert

LOOK 4: Work End of the Year Event 

LOOK 5: Family Get Together 

Related & Blog Giveaway

In other news, my blog turned 10 years today and when I still can’t believe how far I have come. There has been no greater joy that writing fashion, personal and developmental content for my readers. In the last 10 years writing for this blog has connected me to such a warm community, and I have collaborated with some of the biggest brands in the world, including Google. 
The other aspect of this journey, is to have witnessed early blog readers go from high school students to master graduates and thriving. Some who have written to me about how inspiring my blog was to their journey. 
Non of these grandeur or achievement was clear from the beginning. I was just a college student who wanted to write on teenage depression (in post which have long been deleted), and then transformed to writing about fashion which I have always loved.
I am working towards a giveaway which is only being announced here. If you read this blog, comment, let me know which of my blog post has been the most inspiring to you and send me a message through any of my contact details. 
A winner will be picked in December and I will send a $100 gift card. Please be following my social media pages linked below