Right now your Christmas party diary is bound for be bursting with invitations to festive celebrations that will require the latest bang on trend outfits.
The good news is that Autumn Winter 2016 is all about the velvet, satins, textures and rich fabrics, which are ideal for any upcoming Christmas party.
Lace is also very key for the season and is on the rails of all Fermanagh’s top clothes stores right not after appearing on the catwalks for this season.
There are lots of sheen fabrics with metallics around too which can look great dressed down with some knitwear. When it comes to party dresses look out for beautiful off the shoulder details, ruffles and frills.
In a range of sumptuous fabrics, these really super feminine pieces will create a pretty feel. For those who prefer to bring a bit of Christmas glitz and glamour to the office party, black tulle dress are bedecked in beautiful beading, eye-catching gem stones and stand-out sequins that lift.
Also keep an eye out for silk printed blouses with the delicate silk ruffles coming through on the shoulders and across the front with oversized floral print.
When it comes to where to go, you’ll be spoilt for choice at Kalissi Boutique with their eclectic mix of fashion brands for both the young and the more mature customer at affordable prices.
For those looking for something other than mainstream shopping centre retailers, Daphne and Gillian will provide a helping hand in getting you ready for the party season.
The ladies also have some fabulous fashion gift ideas including gorgeous MSC cashmere two toned pom poms and a beautiful range of colourful scarves that will complete any outfit.
There is no such thing as a woman with too many shoes and the festive party season wouldn’t be complete without the right footwear!
Make sure you pay a visit to Shuphoric Shoes whose wide range of unique designs to suit all tastes are guaranteed to make you stand out from the crowd this Christmas.
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