I’m still waiting for a ‘black tie’ invitation that requires me to purchase a new posh frock. My Christmas events are less formal affairs nowadays so in the interest of economising, I’m upgrading one key piece that will work with the items I already have in my wardrobe. The money saved can pay for the Prosecco! Whilst I am a massive fan of jeans and a sparkly top for my usual nights out out, I feel the need to up my game a bit at this time of year. There are a huge amount of gorgeous alternatives to jeans and a sparkly top in the shops at the moment that fill this brief perfectly. Choose the right one for you and they will add a new twist to your party wear. More sparkle, less denim and one new piece is my magic formula and here are my 3 key pieces……
I love the way this whole outfit is styled from the logo t-shirt to the pop of colour from the shoes. The trousers can also be dressed up for a more formal look so they are ideal for any occasion.
Trousers from Top Shop
Pat Butcher would be having a field day with some of the earrings on the high street at the moment. I’m a massive fan as they are an inexpensive way to add a contemporary twist to any evening outfit or a daytime one if you’re feeling bold.
Earrings – Mango
I can vouch for the fact that silver boots work with everything as my own pair are completely worn out. If silver isn’t your colour there are tonnes of other colours from which to choose, from brightly coloured jewel tones to every shade of metal.
Boots – Zara
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Have a fun November!
‘I first met Sally a few years ago through a mutual friend at work and ended up hosting a ‘styling evening’ which Sally ran for a group of my friends. It was a really fun evening – we provided the fizz and Sally got everyone thinking about styles that might suit them and, more importantly, that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to build a decent wardrobe….read on’