Christmas outfits combinations

 

Christmas holiday festivities are upon us to embrace them whole heartedly enjoying its warmth with family and friends. With all of its preparations, decorations and exchanging gifts do step into this year’s Xmas with looks rich with bold colors, playful patterns and on-trend embellishments.


It’s no faux-pas to don yourself in knitwear adorned with ribbons, sequins, bows and lights taking pride of the UCS party trend feeling as stylish as ever. To prove that UCS trend has a way to come out stylishly, pair a Xmas logo red sweater with a Christmas floral dress and glitter-heel booties for the cutest of festive outfits. Opt for your favorite sequins sweater with jewel encrusted skinnies and a pair of leopard hiking boots for a stand-out outfit.

For a sparkly look, pair a galaxy-printed sweater, a silver moto jacket and sequined booties with glittery details. Though much-maligned, Christmas friendly knitwear can be stylish with a fashionable modern edge to it.

Monochrome color scheme is an easy take on Christmas-y outfits. Style in a crop sweater in ivory, a plaid scallop hem wool skirt with knee high booties in a matching color. Or pair off-white fit and flares coat, a matching puff sleeve sweater with skinny jeans, a knee high bootie and finish this outfit with a cute cashmere beanie.

A black blazer thrown over a light grey ribbed sweater dress and over the knee boots with a wool beret is another feminine and outstanding take for a seasonal ensemble.

Christmas friendly outfits are not that hard to come by once you adopt it’s red and green official colors. Ruffled sleeves sweaters are one of this year’s knitwear trends that would add a festive detail with its sleeves especially if it’s one in cherry red.

A pearl embellished sweater – resembling snow flurries- is another style to try out in warm grey along with light grey skinnies. Get organized ahead of the great times of Christmas and check out these outfits to perfect your seasonal look.

About the author;

This article was written by guest author Reham selim.

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