Company and family holiday parties are on the horizon — and that has many women thinking about the best way to accessorize. Is there such as thing as too much holiday cheer? What’s cute, and what’s tacky? Here are some of the best tips for jazzing up a plain dress or pantsuit for your next holiday party.
Go For The Subtle Look: Choose Red And White Accessories
Yes, it’s a holiday party. Christmas is almost here! Just about everyone knows it, which means that it is a little unnecessary to show up like you have been invited to a tacky (Christmas) sweater party. There is a better way. Keep it festive, fun, and low-key with a few carefully chosen accessories. Pair a black dress with red booties, for example. Maybe wear a scarf or gemstone earrings with snowflakes, but keep it understated and sophisticated.
Consider Sparkly Silver And/Or Gold Purses
Another idea is to get a bit more festive, simply by choosing glittering or sparkling accessories. There are plenty of designer handbag options and plenty of affordable, fashion wholesale handbags available in silver and gold, and with or without glitter. Also consider shiny red accessories or red glitter accessories. If you are going to go with a red shimmer, stick to purses or clutches. If you wear sparkly red shoes, you’re going to have to mentally steel yourself for all of the Dorothy and The Wizard Of Oz jokes.
Or Go All Out
Most American women own six fashion handbags, three out of four women have a favorite, and there are 27,999 traditional and wholesale handbags suppliers in the U.S. In other words, there isn’t a shortage of purses. Who says you can’t have one specifically for the holidays? If you have your eye on a gingerbread man-shaped clutch (yes, they exist) or a purse with reindeer, Christmas trees, or snowmen, don’t hold back — go for it.
There are several ways to accessorize outfits for any upcoming holiday parties, and there are several designer handbag options. Choose subtle, matte red and white accessories for an understated look, glam it up with a bit of glitter, or live a little with a purse shaped like a gingerbread man.