Happy New Year’s Eve! The countdown is on! Are you ready to say bye-bye to 2010 and celebrate the beginning of 2011? The popular you have received an invitation to a New Year’s party tonight. By now you have probably been to a couple of other holiday events like corporate and Christmas parties. You already had to figure out your outfits for both events and now you have to decide on another outfit for the New Year. Can this get any more difficult?
The good news is that all the stores have after Christmas sales so you shouldn’t have any problem finding a new outfit for the New Year’s party. Most Fall/Holiday clothing will be anywhere from 25% – 75% off. Now is the time to gather your gift cards and have a little fun shopping. If you are not sure where to begin or want some ideas and inspiration, I’m going to show you how to pull together an outfit that will make you shine.
This is the final post to my “Looking Your Best for the Holidays” series and the last post for 2010. For this post, I will suggest styling tips for a curvy girl. When people hear “curvy,” they automatically think plus size. That is not quite true. Curvy really means that your bust and hip are prominent in proportion and as a result, you have a well-defined waist line and it creates an hourglass figure. To look good in any outfits, it’s all about maintaining the right proportion. You not only have to consider the basic bust/waist/hip measurements, but also your makeup and shoes. Yes, you have to consider the overall look. Whether you are a size 4 or size 16, if you have the right proportion, you will look gorgeous no matter what size you are. It is no rocket science but there are a few principles that you need to understand to make it work.
What: New Year’s Party
Where: Lounge XYZ
Body Shape: Curvy