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One Holiday, Four Ways

Dec 22, 2018

As we approach the final days of the year, we can’t help but wonder how exactly the fashion girls are spending the holidays. Of course, depending on where you are located (i.e. the snow versus the sand) can influence how you celebrate—and who you celebrate with!

“To me, the holidays are about friends and family,” explains Stephanie Hill a.k.a. @thestylebungalow. “I try to make sure that the best moments don’t make it to social media and instead, focus on creating memories with those I love!” 

From Miami to Los Angeles, we caught up a few of our most stylish friends: @pamhetlinger @thestylebungalow @signedblake and @tezza to share their traditions, style tips and ultimate party look. Shop their exact looks—and get ready to embrace the holiday party season in full swing. 

Who: Tezza, New York, NY

Holiday Style Inspiration: “I absolutely always want an excuse to wear something sparkly and what better time than around the holidays?! My night out style during the festive season will always embrace the extra and go hard with the shimmer. With all the string lights around, you’ll always be bright!” 

Get The Look:  A. Alexis Blush Velvet Blazer, B. Alexis Velvet Shorts, C. Alchimia Di Ballin Titan Boots, D. Elizabeth Cole Fringed Crystal Earrings E. Alexander McQueen Skull Blush Pouch

Holiday Traditions: “Our yearly tradition actually started by accident about two years ago. When we went out for a walk during the first snowfall of the year ended up stumbling into a random cafe with live jazz and twinkling lights. It was magic! Now, we make sure to do the same thing during the first snowfall.”

Who: Pam Hetlinger, Los Angeles, CA

Holiday Style Inspiration: “The glitz and glam of the holiday season inspires me. I love dressing up for all of my holiday events. It gives me the perfect excuse to wear something glamorous!”

Get The Look:  A. Annie Bing Ace Blazer, B. Annie Bing Ace Metallic Gunmetal Trousers, C. Alexandre Birman Leather Sandals, D. Rosantica Incantesimo Crystal Pink Earrings, E. Perrin La Boucle Velvet Clutch

Holiday Traditions: “I'm actually spending the holidays back home in Panama! As far as holiday traditions, my sister, her kids, my mom and I always wear matching PJs the morning of the Christmas when we are opening presents. It's our little family tradition! 

Who: Blake Von D, Chicago, IL

Holiday Style Inspiration: “I'm always trying to find the balance between sexy or feminine and warm. Midwest winters mean I tend to shy away from party dresses and usually opt for a festive top and pants. I especially love a really well tailored pant suit!”

Get The Look:  A. Brochu Walker Tie Waist Metallic Pants, B. Cushnie Siren Top, C. Adina Reyter Pavé Starburst Posts, D. Alexander McQueen Skull Black Pouch, E. Sergio Rossi Pointed Pumps

Holiday Traditions: “I'm not much of a big partygoer. I do, however, love to get together with friends for game or girls' night. The holiday season is the perfect time to get everyone together.”

Who: Stephanie Hill, Palm Beach, FL

Holiday Style Inspiration: “There’s something so glamourous about the parties in South Florida during the winter time. Women love embracing color and playful silhouettes so I would say this 100% motivates me to dress a certain way.” 

Get The Look:  A. Amur Portia One Shoulder Top, B. Amur Paisley Tiered Maxi, C. Alexandre Birman Leather Sandals, D. Lizzie Fortunato Grotto Drop Earrings, E. Ulla Johnson Barranco Tote

Holiday Traditions: “I moved to Palm Beach ten years ago, but my family still lives in Houston, Texas, where I grew up! That being said, I usually take about 10 days off from work to go see them. I wear pajamas the entire time I’m home, sleep in, drink coffee with my mom in the morning, see old friends and shop on my days off. Houston has a great shopping scene!

"But, I usually spend my last remaining days in South Florida attending events, seeing Miami City Ballet perform the Nutcracker at the Kravis, and shoot a ton of content so I can truly disconnect while I’m home.” 

 

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