With the festive period fast approaching, gain some inspiration from these five outfits that cover glamourous to casual looks.
Perfect for a glitzy look, this petite velvet sequin playsuit paired with bold lime green heels oozes glamour and will stand out in any party or occasion.
The petite velvet sequin playsuit cost £35 and the wide fit lime green heels cost £40. Both are from Asos.
This petite silver pleated dress ticks all the right boxes for a classy but on trend look; it has you covered with the metallics, pleats and crop top trends.
The petite silver pleated mini dress cost £30 and is from Asos.
3. PARTY CHIC
Exuding a more nightclub party vibe, this lace crop and metallic skirt is a more daring look, exposing some skin while smashing two trends.
4. DRESSY CASUAL
For those occasions where you want that token festive item to make your outfit pop, this combination of sparkly sequin crop top and comfortable jeans is the answer.
The petite high waist jeans are £24.99 from New Look and the sequin crop top is by TFNC London and cost £35.
This bold cami top and jeans look is perfect for those that live in casuals and prefer an understated look even for occasions.
The flutter sleeve cami top is from Asos and cost £18.
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