Christmas is almost here and the holiday parties will be on their way! If picking out your outfits get you confused every year, then this year we have come up with a few hacks on how to dress the best.
If you have a cute summer top or fancy summer dress that you cannot wear in the winter months, then fret not! Layer a basic black or white turtle neck underneath the dress or top to make it winter-friendly and more stylized for your holiday party!
Scarves are a very underrated accessory, and you don't always have to wear them traditionally. Try various styles to wear your scarf and add it as a cute winter accessory to your top and jeans, or dress!
This is a cool tip, especially for boys. Wear a simple t-shirt, add a hoodie on top and then layer it up with a denim jacket. On the back, let the hoodie fall out of the denim jacket. This not only keeps you warm, but the double layering makes for an exciting outfit choice.
Tights, especially thick cotton ones, are a real saviour! Not only do they keep your legs warm, but they can be layers under absolutely anything. Be it a dress, a skirt or a pair of shorts. Make sure your tights are form-fitting and don't sag on any part of the leg to make it look flawless.
Coats, especially in India, are an underappreciated garment. Invest in a good quality coat, and it will surely last you for years to come! Just drape the coat over your shoulder over a dress or wear it and button it up to make it look like a dress!
Be sure to get your coat in a neutral colour so that it can be paired up with most outfits. Get the bang for your buck.
Who said socks had to be a dreary necessity? Socks can now be used to jazz up your outfit instead. Get them in fun prints to add a little secret interest to the outfit, or you can even layer them under your heels!
Get your socks with laced edges in feminine colours and wear them under your boots or heels, it is very chic and very in-trend!
And those are some of the few tips we could rack up for your last-minute Christmas and holiday shopping! Trying going with colours like red, black, white and green to stay in touch with the festive season and you can use these clothes for years to come!