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Just Add Accessories: How to Style Your Party Classics

It's party season and whether that's your office christmas party, a winter wedding or NYE celebration, it feels like there is little need to invest in a whole bunch of new clothes that will sit sparkling until next year. So instead, opt for classic pieces and add pazaz by way of chic accessories. 


Pictured: shoes, Rejina Pyo

Dancing all night long? Theres very few of us who can stay on the dance floor in six inch heels all night. A statemnet dress can be given a modern twist with mid to low sling back heels. The more 90s the better we say.Try with a full length dress or cropped black trousers and a sequin top.


Rhea slingback pump, Paul Andrew

Patent slingback, Reiss


Suede slingback, Aeyde 


Pictured: scarf, Donni

Something as simple as a silk neck scarf tied at the neck can be the ticket to looking evening ready when teamed with your favourite jacket or blouse and favourite jeans. Try tying it around your neck and hair for extra fashion kudos

Fringed skinny scarf, ASOS

Silk scarf, Rockins

Wrap scarf, Balenciaga


Pictured: earrings (on Anna), Rosantica. Earrings (on Florrie), & Other Stories. Suits, Racil

Even the simplest of LBDs can be jouged up to perfectuion with a mega whatt pair of earrings. The longer the better and best when teamed with messy touselled hair and a no make up (bar a slick of red lipstick)

Crystal Earrings, Ben Amun

Rhinestone earrings, Zara

 Earrings, Kendra Scott 


Pictured: feather sandals, Manolo Blahnik. Tuxedo suit, Racil

You might not be a feathery girl but a classic tucedo with a feather shoe is surely the coolest way to do cute and fluffy?


Salsa suede sandals, Charlotte Olympia

Mules, Jeffrey Campbell

Feather sandals, Topshop