6 Decadent Trends to Incorporate into Your 2016/2017 Holiday Outfits

This post is rather late because I had been taking a short break away from work, but wanted to get this up anyway. Here are my favourite trends that I love for the Christmas / New Year party season. There are some clothing elements that never really go away, and the following trends definitely come back over and over again.

Super Seventies

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Channel your parents disco days in shiny, metallic flared pants. Pair it with a fur coat for extra luxury and mint accessories for a nice pop of colour!

Embroidered Opulence

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Embroidery has been seen all over the runway and in retailers this season. It is a fresh alternative to the normal lace that has been dominating the past few seasons, and makes every outfit look like it is handmade for you by french couturier. What can be better?

Dripping in Sequins

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Ah, sequins. The most versatile of them all, they can be muted down to be work appropriate, or bright and colourful in a dress for the life of the party!

Fringe for the Flapper

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Let your dance moves come to life with fringe! Take inspiration from the flappers and shimmy away on the dance floor, letting the fringe glide along your body. Complete the look with art-deco inspired accessories and a cape to keep you warm.

What is your favourite trend to rock this holiday? Let me know in the comments down below! 😀

*Disclaimer: Image 1, 3, 5, and 7 does not belong to me, all rights belong to the owners respectively.

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