Be the “Belle” of the Xmas Ball

Dec 12, 2016|12:30 pm

Be the “Belle” of the Xmas Ball

The holiday season is fast approaching with the diary filling up quick with office parties, post work Xmas drinks and get-togethers with friends and family. Deciding on what to wear is difficult at the best of times, so with the added pressure of Christmas the heat is on, to nail the stylish and festive look effortlessly.

Black tie events are the most glamorous of them all. With the exception of a wedding, rarely can one put on a floor length gown without looking a tad OTT. This collection by Tanieya Khanuja offers a chic collection of delicately crafted lace with plunging necklines and mermaid cuts for the ultimate Black Tie Event Look.


Black Lace Gown


Black Lace Gown

If you are looking for something that is a bit more comfortable, and perhaps something that will give you a “jump” start getting ready from the office, then look no further than this piece from Silver Noize.

Easy to wear, this one shoulder jumpsuit screams sass and style. With the horizontal colour strip elongating your whole body from tip to toe.


Asymmetric Two Tone Overall

On a final note, the little black dress is often the fail-safe wardrobe staple that will never let you down, HOWEVER you may just change your mind when with these dresses from Aloura London.

This dark red backless beauty, with embellishments means that you need to little else to complete your party look. A simple bracelet and killer heels (preferably open toe) is all that is needed to make a bold and festive statement.


Dark Red Chelsea Dress


The Graphite Primrose Dress also by AlouraLondon is equally as stunning. The cross over halter neck with peeping detail coupled with the contrasting graphite bottom half just tips the style stakes right over the edge.




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