Party Clothes for the Holidays
Look in Your Closet
If you have something simple like a black skirt or black pants, you can make a holiday outfit. There are a lot of retail stores, and online establishments wanting your business. In this economy, we have to be creative, and what better way to do this than to make a holiday outfit out of something we already have and build on it.
I'll start out by showing you some corset tops that you can add to a black skirt or pants. These are offered by G by Guess and are a reasonable price for a holiday top.
For something more casual, Target online offers a party tank in pink and black for only $10.48. You can dress it up with jewelry for a more fancy occasion.
I love this top from Amazon.com. It comes in red, black, yellow, brown or fuchsia. It is only $19.99 and made of stretch jersey. It has beautiful sequin and bead work on the bust. 98% cotton, 2% spandex. Hand wash. Jr Sizes S-3X.
Women's Jacquard Flutter-Sleeve Tops from Old Navy have a gauzy cotton feel, ruffled flutter sleeves and a
textured jacquard pattern. You could be the life of the party matched with a red or black skirt or pants. Includes
a built-in chiffon cami. Price is $26.50.
How about some high heels for the daring!
- Choose From 3 Black/Black, Gold or Red
- Stiletto Heel
- Medium Width
$39.55 - $49.99
- 5" Stiletto Heel
- Platform Mule
- Women's Shoe Size 5-12 (US)
- Price $25.97 - $31.95 on selected colors & sizes
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