'Tis the season for holiday celebrations, and the monotonous Instagram and Facebook pictures that come along with any excuse to dress up. If you're looking to set yourself apart from the rest of the formal holiday crowd, check out these tips to rework your holiday attire.
Black is the perfect color for an evening dress. Take your look one step further by adding some serious texture with lace all-over or even some well-placed lace overlay.
Sparkles for the new year are, well, so last year. Dress in one of the sultriest colors and you'll stand out even more from the crowd!
There are so many nights of Hanukkah (happy 2nd night, by the way!) that it's hard to dress up for all 8. Go a little more casual with a full high-waisted navy skirt. Dress it up or down, depending on the formality of your family.
Green is a classic Christmas color, which is nifty as this emerald green is simply perfect for winter. Don't just go with a silky green dress: step out of your comfort zone and dress up silk trousers or a silk top.
Sure: as a Jew, I don't know a lot about Christmas. But from the minimal experience I have had with the holiday, I know that a lot of the day is just lounging around with family. Stay comfortable but ready for pictures in a magnificent oversized sweater dress.