If you’ve been invited to a holiday get together and don’t know what to wear, you can never go wrong with a black holiday party dress. Just like a Christmas tree, a little black dress can be dressed up in dozens of ways to make you shine!
Add Gold Accessories
If there ever was a match made in heaven, it’s the combo of gold and black. You will never go wrong, adding gold accessories to a little black dress, especially this time of year.
Here’s my first choice for a black party dress this season! I love the sleek, fashion-forward feel of this stunning sheath. On the top – a sheer and sequined bodice. On the bottom, a slimming pencil silhouette. Gold earrings and peep-toe pumps are stunning and will make you feel party-ready. A black clutch bag with gold hardware ties it all together.
Add Silver Accessories
If your complexion is more on the pink side and your hair more ash than gold, then silver is your metallic of choice with a little black dress. I love the modern look of this sequin-blocked dress, which creates a dramatic focal point. A general guideline-make either your bag or shoe metallic, but not both.
Think of a little black dress like a beautiful night sky and accessorize it with lots of bling that twinkles like stars. This playful feather hem cocktail dress is a real conversation starter on its own. Add sparkly chandelier earrings, a studded bag, and rhinestone edged slingbacks give it movie star glam.
Repeat Dress Details
Not sure what shoes to wear with your little black dress, what earrings look good or what kind of purse to choose? One thing that helps is to mirror a detail from the dress in your accessories.
For example, this little black dress with the ruffle down the front looks great with a rhinestone ruffle down the front of the shoe. That ruffly look is repeated in the earrings. It’s a subtle thing that ties your whole look together. Take a look back at the other dresses in this post to see which details have been repeated in the accessories.
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