You'll find this in almost every store this holiday season and so many different price points. A sequin tank, cardigan or blazer is the perfect topper with a pair of slim trousers or pencil skirt. Avoid wearing large accessories when you're in sequins because it can look too gaudy.
Lace dresses and skirts are also a great trend item for holiday dressing. This can sometime look unwearable on the rack but once you try it on, you'll see how great these dresses can look.
|Designer Lace trends 2010|
The one-shoulder dress or top is also a big trend for evening. The shoulders can be seen as a sexy area of a woman's body. This asymmetric look is both classy and simple. A great choice for a gala event or for ringing in the New Year.
Ruffles, bows and tiered fabrics are details that continue to be a dominant trend in women's clothing. The perfect way to be feminine and sexy.
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|Jessica Lowndes in Luisa Beccaria Fall 2010|
The tuxedo or military styled blazer is your best option for those who don't like to wear dresses. It's a chic way to incorporate the menswear inspiration for evening. Pick bold colours like red or purple or a classic winter white. Wear with skinny pants and a lace cami underneath with long dainty necklaces.
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Black is the customary go-to colour for the season and we're going strong with the ‘little black dress' in all cuts and styles from knit to structured.
Sequins look great, but don't overuse it unless you're masquerading as a holiday ornament. Lace is love.
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