The year 2022 is right around the corner, and like many people, we're excited to bring this somehow chaotic but very eye-opening year of 2021 to a close. After nearly two (2) years of unconventional celebration, dreading what will happen and what's to come, a packed gathering of family and friends is resuming little by little. It's a spring of little hope that better days are yet to come. People now are straying away from a year full of everyday loungewear, and we are more than thrilled now to throw the biggest and most festive holiday bashes that we missed, meaning getting prepped and styled up for a party is definitely on the charts.
The year 2021 luckily introduced a lot of eclectic and fun party-ready fashion trends that we didn't expect to add to our wardrobe collections. These include form-fitting midi dresses, plains-printed combinations, quirky matching sets, luxuriously embellished tops, and colorful outfits that scream a year-round favorite, all of which are guaranteed to add elegance and vibrance to your winter celebrations.
Check out It's The Curves For Me's favorite holiday party outfit ideas and trends to shop for the 2021 holidays.
You can never go wrong with something red
Red is a classic choice for the holiday season. Choosing the traditional option for the holidays, like a monochromatic red knit sweater dress, is still an exciting fashion choice. Feel the extra sass and fab with a bodycon dress that will serve all your curves and include fierce red rhinestones embellished bodysuits to your list that will put you in the mood for a party.
Make a Statement in Sequins
Nothing says festive like sequins. This sequined sleeve is a fun and elegant look that will make you a center of a holiday party.
Embrace the Matching Sets
Matching sets are a classic trend that we never knew would become a game-changer. Go for comfortable, effortless, certified sartorial success and is close to luxury.
Feel Fancy in Faux Leather
Associate this time of year with faux leather outfits - an ensemble that looks and feels luxurious. Take a faux romper leather and pair it with knee-high heeled boots. Also, add faux leather bottoms like pants for a pop of texture this holiday season.
Highlight the Pastels
Rather than the usual red and green holiday color combination, go for the new hues of pastels in pink, stone, and powder blue. You never know how these colors can bring attention to the crowd.
Go for Velvet
Add this unique clothing texture to your wardrobe with warm and plush velvet details for a holiday-inspired style. Very Festive and fancy, these soft-to-the-touch garments will get you excited about dressing up for the upcoming holiday gatherings.