15 next level holiday looks to try this season

Vancouver fashion bloggers

With December in full swing, it’s starting to feel like one extended holiday party. Not that we are complaining but between fêtes, family gatherings and cocktail parties, it’s almost impossible to have holiday looks at the ready.

That’s why we’ve called upon Vancouver’s best dressed for their take on holiday style. Their Instagram feeds alone prove they have serious expertise when it comes to crafting cool holiday ensembles on a regular basis.

From casual holiday shopping and happy hours to cocktail parties and full on fêtes, these style icons have a handle on their festive #OOTD’s. Click through for holiday style inspiration and consider your entire festive lineup covered!

15 Seriously Cool Holiday Outfits

By Sabrina Diane Fenster

  • Toughen up tulle

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    Bleed For Fashion toughens up tulle with a leather jacket, giving her ultra-feminine look some serious edge. Girly holiday looks have met their match. 

  • Make the details count

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    Xander Vintage takes purples and blues next level in vintage mohair and a festive print paired with a furry head piece, foil tote and little socks. The details count.

  • Go glam with sequined lace

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    To Vogue or Bust goes all-out glam in head to toe sequined lace, proving that sequins really can be cool. The result is subtle yet sexy.

  • Make sparkle feel office appropriate

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    Style Nine to Five mixes metallic lace with winter staples for an office-appropriate holiday look that can easily be transformed for evening too. 

  • Incorporate nude winter layers

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    In My Dreams makes sequins feel understated by incorporating nude hues and light winter layers that create a slim silhouette.

  • Make an 'ugly' Christmas sweater cool

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    Alicia Fashionista rocks her crazy pullover with pride! She makes 'ugly' look cool by balancing out the look with feminine tulle and bright heels.

  • Opt for understated jewel tones

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    A Fashion Love Affair nails an understated jewel tone in a rich blue hue. Subtle sparkle wins at every holiday fete. 

  • Mix chic shades of navy and black

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    Noa Noir opts for a crepe blazer, slightly cropped pants and chic loafers for a look that says 'holiday' without being over-the-top.

  • Experiment with daytime holiday style

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    The Urban Umbrella says hello the holidays in rich reds and greens and makes her outfit feel day-appropriate by styling it with ripped denim.

  • Let your accessories have the spolight

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    The-Unprecedented experiments with festive yet unexpected accessories and styling, taking her straight from dinner to drinks. No outfit changes required.

  • Throw on a festive topper

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    Living Boldly strikes a balance between festive and casual in a warm topper and cream layers. Take this look for a spin during your next holiday shopping adventure. 

  • Transofrm a glam dress into a shirt

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    Styling My Life transforms a sequin dress into a top and pairs it with the season's perfect party skirt to take her through the holiday circuit.

  • Go for red in unexpected places

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    Coco and Vera goes for a pop of colour where it's least expected, proving that surprising details are well worth the suspense. 

  • Embrace winter whites

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    The August Diaries brightens up the darkest of winter days with a structured white coat and pairs it with all-black everything else. 

  • Add embellished gloves

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    Jessica Luxe lets her inner girl come out with embellished gloves, a furry topper and pink ombre locks.

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Sabrina Fenster is one half of the dynamic husband and wife street style duo, StreetScout.Me. She believes the best fashion show is on the streets and will always be the most relevant way to discover trends. Check out her style blog or connect with her at sabrina@streetscout.me

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