The most beautiful time of the year is here. And with it comes the excitement of Christmas parties with your loved ones, friends, and colleagues. But are you ready for them? If not, don't worry! We've got you covered. Be the showstopper of the party by keeping it simple yet chic with the classic holiday colors of red and green. And don't forget to add sparkle and accessories to glam up your look. From glittery items to cozy sweaters, dress pants, and a selection of Christmas accessories, we have the perfect ideas to help you get in the holiday spirit. So, get ready to shine with these juniors and contemporary looks that will make you the life of the party.
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Among youth culture, particularly younger millennials and older Gen Z, a fun and trendy topic of conversation is one's astrological or zodiac sign. Whether or not you believe in astrology, there are some excellent ways to distinguish yourself with inspiration from your zodiac sign. If you're already immersed in astrology or want to delve into it for fun, Co–Star is a beautiful app to get daily horoscopes and charts from. We at My Melrose find astrology fun and exciting, so we wanted to find a way to integrate it into our content. So this week, we bring you part one of shoes inspired by zodiac signs.
Refer back to a small piece of our post on trending fashion colors for spring/summer 2023, where we discuss Pantone's color of the year, Viva Magenta 18-1750, and the mantra behind it; the encouragement of exploration and self-expression. While this pushes for bold colors and prints, a range of neutral earth-tone colors are creeping to the forefront of fashion this spring – think of a variety of browns, greys, greens, beige, etc. This week, My Melrose talks about earth-tone colors; what colors go with these varieties, and how to create outfits inspired by natural colors we see every time we go outside.
Essential fashion items don't have to be dressed in a drab and boring way, despite their affordability and versatility. For example, casually wear a simple, solid-colored shirt with denim or linen and accessorize with a belt, some jewelry, and a contrasting handbag. Another way to use essential fashion is to dress it up with dress pants or a flowing skirt. My Melrose shows three basic top styles in brilliant and exciting spring colors like orange, kelly green, and red. This week's entry in the My Melrose Style Guide showcases different ways to spruce and freshen these bright basics using a variety of bottoms, shoes, and bags.