Saturday, December 25, 2021

8 Holiday Fashion Ideas

The holiday party season can be a source of serious wardrobe problems, but we have plenty of suggestions to help you inject some festive spirit into your look!


The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means a calendar full of festivities as well as a calendar full of seasonal sartorial conundrums. It can be difficult to put together a look for a holiday party, but we have put together a handy list of eight tips that we are confident will help you out. What is our top recommendation?

HAVE A GREAT TIME! This holiday season is all about standing out — and more than a little sparkle — so keep your shyness to yourself until after New Year's.

1. Start with eye-catching outerwear.

Each evening, it is likely that it will be cold outside when you arrive at your holiday soirees, so a stylish coat is a must-have. It is the first thing people notice, and it can be used to tie your entire outfit together. Make sure it is perfectly fitted — you can always take it to your friendly neighborhood tailor for some alterations — and if you want to up the ante on style, try one with a fashion-forward silhouette or an interesting texture, such as fur or embroidery. Last but not least, adorn your overcoat with a broach or cinch it with a belt to make it stand out!

2. It is your time to shine!

There is no better time of year than the holidays to use glitter. Include a glistening piece in your holiday ensemble, such as a sequined skirt, a metallic blazer, or a pair of cute, crystal-embellished shoes. But be careful not to overdo it; limit yourself to one or two pieces per outfit. You do not want to be misidentified as a Christmas tree, do you?

3. To reflect the spirit of the season, add a splash of color to your look.

While a little black dress is always a safe bet for any party, it is a rather dull option for the holidays. Try incorporating the season's popular jewel tones, neons, or acid brights into your outfit to get into the holiday spirit!

4. Embrace the velvet renaissance.

It may be difficult to resurrect this '90s trend, but it is ideal for the holidays. If you are still not convinced, try a dress or coat in the soft, shimmering fabric in rich tones like plum or burgundy — if that does not work, try a pair of velvet shoes or an accessory like a hat or scarf. Hey, if Alexander Wang can do it, it is certainly worth a shot.

5. Eye-catching jewelry is required.

The holidays are the perfect time to wear an armful of bangles, a massive bib necklace, or a cocktail ring the size of a doorknob. Make a statement with your jewelry, but keep the rest of your outfit simple.


6. Try out a daring, festive beauty look.


Fans of a smokey eye, a bold red lip, or an intricate up-do, rejoice! We all know that these looks are not for every day, so when the holidays arrive, try something more directional and daring.

7. Experiment with textures and layers. 

Simplicity is best left for another season; during the holidays, you should look festive and interesting. Try it in leather, lace, faux fur, or all-embellished-everything!

8. Remove the denim.

You have 11 months to wear your skinny jeans, so store them until the party season is over. Instead of denim, try a pair of tapered black trousers or a brightly colored pair of pants. You do not want to come across as too laid-back!

Monday, December 06, 2021

Fashion Industry: Several Points to Consider

The fashion industry is made up of a variety of smaller, more niche industries. Many people only think of online stores, design houses and brands, and fashion magazines when they think of fashion. Other craftspeople and industries, on the other hand, work in the clothing industry. 



There are those who make and sell fabric and notions, of course, but there are also flower makers, embroiders, seamstresses, and a variety of other craftspeople. Models, stylists, hair stylists, make-up artists, model agents, photographers, and a slew of other non-fashion businesses make up a larger fashion eco-system when it comes to fashion shows and marketing.

Change happens quickly and frequently in many industries, particularly those that cater to consumers. The consumer and the industry are always changing. Fashion retailing has evolved from large fashion houses, fashion magazines, and retail stores to include TV channels selling a variety of goods, including fashion, and then the Internet and online retailing.

The rise of the Internet has had an impact on the fashion industry in general, not just the selling end. It is used in supply chains, advertising, communications, brand awareness, and other areas, and it has blurred the line between business and consumer. Social media platforms have become crucial not only for selling fashion but also for forecasting and predicting future trends. Bloggers and other influencers can help sell products, but they can also be used by "Fashion Forecasters" who use Instagram, other social media channels, and street-style blogs to predict what is next.


The following are just a few of the topics to be aware of. Finding articles in full-text databases and reports as well as articles on the Internet is a good way to learn about new industry trends.

When looking at the industry, these are just a few of the more obvious concepts to consider. That has been included because it exemplifies the idea that certain aspects of the fashion industry require in-depth investigation as part of a larger picture. (Burhan Abe)