Star light, star bright, the first star I see tonight; I wish I may, I wish I might, that Santa will bring me my Love heart on Christmas night. As much as we love the materialistic stuff received during the holidays, most of us know that love surpasses all of that. So of course I had to find a way to get our materialistic needs to meet that all important emotion. Tuleste Market’s jewelry winter collection throughout the video showcased the perfect union of wishing on some stars to get some love. Tuleste Market’s heart shaped pieces shows others that sleeves are not the only places we can wear our hearts on. Also, you don’t have to wait for a falling star to make a wish; adorn your body with a couple of stars and get your wish-on!
Last week I posted some great outfit options we can wear while singing our own version of Christmas carols, then wear again long after we ring in the New Year. (here, here and here.) Before the end of the week, there will be more styling tips, but today I wanted to share the video my friend, and videographer Sino Chum of Camko Creative created to show what happens when stars meet hearts.
Velvet to the touch. The luxurious fabric has resurfaced this year, and I favor it’s use during the holiday season for our party looks. It’s also a good way to get the one you love to be touchy feely all night long.
Shake a beaded tail feather on the dance floor this holiday season.
It may be hard for some to avoid the sequins during the holidays like some try to avoid drinking eggnog while on a diet. Their are healthier alternatives to eggnog, something I’ll share once I find it. You don’t have to avoid wearing sequins since it does no harm to your diet, but wouldn’t be nice to try something different than the expected holiday trend? Beaded blouses, dresses, shoes or even accessories like this neck-piece from Blaque Label can do two jobs for the price of one.
1: It will help you get the well-deserved attention you want to receive, and
2. Your beaded piece will serve jewelry duty for the entire night!
Full head-to-toe sequins, no more. Glitter on the face, a bit childish.
Sparkle on the feet, so two years ago. With all the sequins and sparkle being the new black during the holiday season, it’s time for some of us to take a leap of fashion fate and try new looks in order to stand out from the sequins-embellished crowd that will surround most of us at every holiday gathering we’ll be attending. Actually make a game out of it, how many sequins pieces of clothes can you spot in a month?
So for the entire week check out the tips that you do you justice!