While these headbands and hair clips may be a little hard to pull off in a casual setting, as stated before, they would be nice for any New Year's Eve party. Even if you're not going to be attending any New Year's parties, you can still wear these funky accessories for hitting up clubs or bars. If you're planning ahead for next Halloween, I've got a great idea for a costume. Wear one of these hat headbands or hair clips with a fringe dress, a sequin purse, a pearl necklace, and a pair of pumps. I hope you enjoyed this post. I also hope everyone has a happy New Year!
Saturday, December 26, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Silk Tiered Top, $24.99, shown in Irish green; also available in black, grape wreath, and sidewalk gray, sizes XS-XL, bananarepublic.com
For a holiday party, wear a tiered dress with some liquid leggings, a shrug, a pair of high heeled pumps, a bow headband, and a bib necklace. To pull off a tiered dress in a more casual setting, pair it with some patterned tights, ballet flats, a cardigan sweater, hoop earrings and a cloche hat. To wear a tiered skirt to a holiday party, pair it with a sequined top, glittered tights, stillettos, some chandelier earrings and a flower headband. For a more casual setting, pair your tiered skirt with a colorblock top, a beret, some black leggings, over-the-knee boots, and a cuff bracelet. For wearing a tiered top to a holiday party, pair it with some satin pants, a bow necklace, a pair of high heels, and a flower hair clip. In a more causal environment, pair your tiered top with skinny jeans, slouch boots, some bangle bracelets, and a newsboy hat. Any of the tiered accessories can be worn with a lace dress and some textured tights for a dressy look or a tunic and jeggings for a casual look. Let me know if you have any other suggestions. Happy Holidays!