By now, we’re sure you’ve already attended your nth Christmas dinner. And while it’s fun to celebrate the season’s festivities with your family and friends, you have to admit that partying nightly can also get tiring. It’s no excuse to look drab though, give up your heels if you have to, but don’t let the style department suffer. After all, every party you’re attending will be immortalized on social media for the world to see.
Below, 3 fool-proof ways to look fab even when you've given up on your heels and decided to go with flats.
Tip #1: Wear black
V-neck Bodysuit, P1690; Pleated Skirt, P3490, both from H&M; Navy Blue Creepers, Rihanna X Puma
Sneakers can give a casual feel to any look, but our dark secret? All-black ensembles will always be chic. If you're a sneaker kind of gal, match a sexy bodysuit with a man-repelling skirt. It's a sure fire way to give your new killer pair its much-deserved attention.
Tip #2: Accessorize
Square Neck Maxi Dress by Wal G, Topshop; Hero Ballerina suede point-toe flats, Aquazzura+ Poppy Delevingne at net-a-porter; Tie style scarf, P595, Zara
If you feel like wearing a basic outfit comprised of a simple LBD and flats, then by all means, go ahead. But if you want an easy way to make your look more interesting, all you need to do is tie a scarf aroud your neck. We swear, it's that simple.
Tip #3: Mind the details
Premium Feather Bead Shell Top, Topshop; Lapels pocket skirt, P1995, Mango; Tassel loafers, P2399, Charles & Keith
What you lack in height, you can make up for in detail. Fur, feather, embellishments—whatever floats your boat, go for it. It will divert people's attention away from the fact that you're wearing loafers and more on the fact that you found a way to wear fur in Manila.