Holiday Fashion Dilemmas? Don’t Worry, We’ve Got Your Back (and Your Outfit)
Let’s be honest — we’ve been thinking for at least a month about what we’re going to wear this holiday season. “La pinta” or “el estreno,” as we call our holiday outfit in many Latin American countries, is one of the most important traditions. It’s the perfect excuse to get your hands on that piece of clothing you have saved on your Pinterest boards and in your private folders on Instagram.
After all, La Fiesta en la Sala is more than a family reunion. It’s a fashion runway that also brings good luck.
But if you’re still on the fence about what to buy or how to pair your favorite outfits, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
In this list, you’ll find everything, whatever your style.
If you want to look cute but cozy, this is a central piece
If comfort comes first for you, you can’t go wrong with a cozy sweater. But don’t just go for any sweater. Opt for a unique combination of colors or textures to keep the look fresh. Pair it with jeans or slim-fit pants; your favorite ankle boots can be the finishing touch!
Channel your inner diva with a gold statement
Choose the length you feel best in. Whether short, midi, or long, details are key to elevating your figure. For those who like to go a step further, don’t forget the red lipstick!
If you want to show off your style, go for a monochromatic look
Satin skirts are one of the most successful garments of the season. You can wear them high or low, depending on the occasion. One way or the other, they will always make you feel elegant.
You can never go wrong with this classic combination
Nothing says “classic” like black and white. Opt for a structured, clean-cut dress with white detailing (or the other way around) to pair with sheer tights.
Add your favorite simple earrings and winged eyeliner, and you’re ready to parade down La Sala.
Last but not least, remember the holiday spirit is all about bright colors
For those for whom the holidays are their favorite time of year, you’ll always want to show it with your outfits. Go for textures and volumes based on the staple colors: green and red.
Explore your creative side by mixing pieces with these tones and their different shades. Make every detail count, and, of course, have fun!