with the holidays come family gatherings, parties with friends, and date nights with your significant other, which means it’s the time of the year to look your festive best! from embellishments to velvet, there are tons of holiday-ready looks to glam up your style. with this in mind, i decided to head to my local Marshalls store to find some name-brand holiday styles that were trendy and came with the right price tag.
first, i headed straight to the dress department. i’ve always had a lot of luck there because the selection is so great, and i wanted a cocktail-length dress that would still keep me warm in December. i stumbled upon the most gorgeous velvet one that fit like a glove and really accentuated my hourglass figure. i could not believe my eyes when i looked at the price tag: $49.99! the velvet texture, feminine bell sleeves and gold-flecked heels made the outfit.
next on my list was a more casual look for holiday gatherings with family and friends. i started looking in the sweater section for something cozy, yet still dressy. this green sweater is such a pretty pop of color, and i love the bell sleeves and these ruffles. i stumbled upon this blush velvet midi skirt and immediately knew it was the perfect feminine piece to go with my sweater. as soon as i came across these tweed booties, i knew they were the ones. between the ruffle sleeves and tweed booties, my winter ensemble was complete for dinner with family!
it’s all in the details when it comes to elevating your looks for the holidays, and Marshalls has you covered by providing on-trend, designer styles that are so versatile. as always, i was pleasantly surprised by the treasures i found and can’t wait to rock my looks this holiday season! head over to MarshallsOnline to learn more about my #MarshallsSurprise!
green ruffle sleeve sweater: $16.99 compare at $35.00
tweed booties: $32.00 compare at $75.00
blush velvet midi skirt: $39.99 compare at $70.00
blush envelope clutch: $19.99 compare at $45.00
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photos by Alexis Exstrom