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3 Noche Buena Outfits You Already Have In Your Closet

With the pressure to look perfectly polished for all the season’s get-togethers, a woman can tire easily simply by brainstorming on what to wear for all the back-to-back parties. Apart from shelling out a good amount of money for all those ensembles, the creative ideas can run out at some point too. Good thing is you can always re-work the existing outfits in your closet to create party-worthy getups. Breathe new life into your oldies but goodies with a few styling hacks you can totally make your own. Here’s how:

Liven up your stripes

We’re pretty sure you have at least on striped top – either a crisp button-down or a more current, ruffled piece you’ve been rocking for casual occasions. Dress it up a bit more for a holiday party by pairing it with a pair of statement earrings or a chunky necklace. Finish off with cigarette trousers and pointy heels, and you’re good to go!


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Get back to black

The basic LBD is a definite key to success for parties, but stepping out in a pair of trousers, a suit jacket, and jewel toned accessories is unexpected. You already have these pieces in your wardrobe, so why not throw them all together for a chic evening number? Opt for structured pieces to evoke a more put-together look. 


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Unleash those animal prints

Animal prints, though not for the faint-hearted, is a classic print that should be present in every woman’s closet. If you’re already lucky enough to have it, then time to bring it out to the seaons's get togethers and update it with jewels (faux or real) to make it party-ready. Whether it's a cheetah print blazer, a pair of zebra-print pants, or a leopard print cocktail dress, make sure to wear just one piece to avoid overkill.


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