Shop These Holiday 2016 Collections and Ace the Fashion Game, STAT!
The holiday season is all about the spirit of giving, welcoming the New Year with a bang, and of course, dressing up for the festivities! While little black dresses, polka dot pieces, and sparkly frocks are the usual go-to garb for the holidays, spice things up and score an A+ in the fashion department with these flipping fashion collections for Holiday 2016!
Instead of going for bright and sparkly this year, H&M's Holiday Collection showcases a lot of basic pieces that are still nothing short of fun, trendy, and fashionable. Start building a timeless and versatile 2017 wardrobe by investing in fuss free basics you can wear on its own, or as a reliable layering piece.
There's no better time to show off your brightest and boldest get-ups than the holidays! A mix of fun prints, vibrant hues, and cool, laidback attitude, you can count on Old Navy's Holiday 2016 Collection to give your street style a major fashionable, and festive boost!
Plains and Prints
We've all heard about the timelessness of the little black dress, and the unmatchable chicness of the little white dress, but if you're up for a bolder holidays this year, score a striking little red dress from the Holiday 2016 Collection of Plains and Prints!
While an eye-catching frock is a huge must for the holidays, your shoe game is just as important to score that much-coveted A+ in the fashion department. With all the Christmas shopping that you have to do, you can count on Parisian's Holiday 2016 Collection to give you a strong shoe game without breaking the bank! Pom-pom heels, anyone?
We've all heard the age-old saying "No pain, no gain" countless times, but that's never been the case when it comes to Melissa shoes, and their Holiday 2016 collection is no exception. Mixing basics with intricate and elaborate designs, the effortless mashup between trendy and classic is a great way to add a instant dose of sass and style to your holiday OOTDs.
What frock are you thinking of rocking for the upcoming Holidays, Candy Girls?