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‘Tis the Season to be…Fashionable

‘Tis the Season to be…Fashionable

by Jessica Panetta on November 18, 2014 in Fashion

Believe it or not, the holiday season is upon us and most of you will ask the infamous question: What to wear? From traditional black to silver sequins, no matter what your style or size, the holiday collection from ELLE by RW&CO has you covered.

The Office Party

Dressing for the office party can be tricky. You do not want to wear your usual attire, which can feel boring at times but you also do not want to be too sexy. Therefore, think about balance. You cannot show cleavage (at least that is according to most occupations) but you can show some leg. However, make sure everything else is covered and if you want to stay on the safe side, you can accessorize this shift dress with faux leather detailing, by wearing a pair of booties or traditional pumps.


If you want to stand out but again, maintain balance, a deconstructed lace dress will definitely impress. It is fitted, you are tastefully covered but it has that peek-a-boo element that gives off a sexy, yet classic look.


For the more traditional lady, a floral textured strapless dress will never fail you. It has understated detail and flatters most body types. Want to add to this look? A statement necklace or a cropped leather jacket will take this piece to another level.


The New Year’s Eve Party

While you ring in the New Year, how about forgetting the rules? Take a risk! If you usually wear black, then wear a sequined dress. If you are usually more conservative, take the plunge.


No matter what your style, I hope this holiday season you step outside of your comfort zone and take the time to dress for yourself. When you feel good in what you wear, it shows and gives you a boost of confidence. Have you ever heard someone say, I do not like feeling confident?

For more information regarding these looks, please visit RW-CO.com

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