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Dressing Up For Special Occasions


Have a few great pieces picked out for those special occasions that come up in December and January.

I always have some of the classics available. Always a hit is the LBD (little black dress), rhinestone chandelier earrings and dress black pant. Make sure you have a great shiny or special event top, jacket or sweater to wear with the slimming black skirt or pant.

It's great to consider the classic colors like black, red or winter whites for a great look that will always be a hit.

If you would like to freshen your look, invest in a new accessory like a beaded or shiny handbag, a special piece of jewelry with drama or a belt with sparkle detail.

When considering a great night out for the new year choose something unexpected like a stunning gown in a rich color.

Do not overlook any detail, like getting your hair in an up do, getting your nails done or consider spending the money on having your makeup done professionally.

If you take the time to prepare in advance, you will be very happy with the results. If you are unsure about that special garment, hire a professional.


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