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Holiday Dressing and Easy Shopping

Have you shopped for your holiday outfit yet? Add that to your to-do list.

HOLIDAY AND NEW YEAR’S EVE GLAMOUR

Make sure to get noticed on special occasions – including New Year’s Eve!

Keep in mind these five suggestions to look your best:

Little Black Dress - No matter the season, whether it is strapless, one-shoulder, or even long sleeve, the Little Black Dress rules the night.

Perfect Pants - Ladies tuxedos (blouse optional!) are uber-sexy or even a pair of basic black palazzo pants with a feminine evening blouse will still allow you to be the belle of the ball - in comfort!

Yes You Can - Do open toe shoes, that is! Gone are the days where exposed tootsies are frowned upon when the temps go South. Wear your favorite evening sandal with sheer sandal foot hosiery …. or go bare if you dare!

It’s a Wrap - Bare shoulders in the wintertime just a little too … well, bare, for you? Be prepared with a beautiful wrap to keep the chill away, and your modesty in check.

Embellishment - 'Tis the season to shine. From bold statement chokers and cuffs to shoes, no holiday outfit is complete without a little bling.

Easy Shopping

The holidays are busy - look to stores that help you save time and feel confident in the choices you make.

One such store is Destination Style in Southfield.

The fashion-savvy team at Destination Style helps you find the perfect outfit that reflects your personal style. They make your shopping experience convenient and fun. Just email them through their website or call ahead for an appointment and let them know your size. They’ll have outfits waiting for you to try on – or just stop in. Contact them at 248-353-1158 and online at ShopDestinationStyle.com

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