Is red really the best color for holiday season? Yes and No. There are array of colors that go unnoticed during this time of year.
Ever tried Berry Blue & Red? Tis The Season, to find what works best for you and your personal style.
Blue Reverse Shantung Off the Shoulder Floral Flare Dress
Emerald Green : This sleeveless cocktail dress fit-and-flare silhouette, allows you to add little accessories to your holiday look. Just a nude ankle-strap sandals and a matching clutch purse, and you are good to go! The dress itself, will make the entrance, and this look will allow for you to show your holiday spirit, without the cliche red!
Tahari by ASL Rose Jacquard Sheath
Burgundy Pink: Festive taffeta fit-and-flare dress flaunts a fitted bodice and flared skirt for a feminine silhouette. This Sleeveless design, darts at bodice helping to create a slim silhouette for the lady. Around the neckline, adorned sparkling rhinestones and beading fully equipped with side hand pockets. Courtesy of Zappos.com
Adrianna Papell Sleeveless Mid Length Beaded Taffeta Party Dress w/ Mesh Yoke
Royal Blue: No-stretch fabric sleeveless, jumpsuit. This outfit is best when it’s bare, because now you can add your favorite accessories. A Holiday Broach, Necklace, High Heels in Bold colors (Color Block).
Blue V Neck Sleeveless Bow Back Jumpsuit
So there you have it. We have given you more options than you asked for. Red is not the color of the season, because it is the season to try something new! Berry Blue, Emerald Green, Burgundy Pink & Royal Blue. All brought to you by SheIn.com
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