As promised, here is part two of the Macy’s Fall Essentials Fashion Show. I think these outfits were all my favorite.
This outfit is so flirty and fun, perfect for going out on the town with your girls! I’ve always loved the sequin skirt (embellishment) trend. Also, the leather jacket helps dress the outfit down, as well as give it some edge. The model set off the outfit perfectly with a fabulous top knot!
This dress screams Christmas party! The photo does not do it justice, but it was beautiful, and green, and velvet. The statement gold jewelry and shoes were the perfect accent pieces for the dress, and I absolutely loves it! Christmas party outfit inspiration for sure! This look was showcased under the “Baroque” trend.
Military pieces are making an appearance yet again this season. I love all things gold and girly, so I absolutely love this skirt. Black stockings and black booties are for sure fall/winter essentials. I’d wear this outfit to a holiday gathering with friends or family.
This right here was the showstopper!!! I heard several “Yaassss’s” when the model walked out in this number, one coming from myself. That jacket was everything. Let me repeat that. That jacket was everything! The black fringe dress and accessories were all gorgeous. Date night, holiday party, whatever! If you want to turn heads, and arrive in style, go to Macy’s and get all of these pieces!
And now…something for the fellas. This wine colored velvet blazer got the same reaction as the previous gold and black outfit that I just mentioned. So sleek and sharp, and different from the usual. I like the pairing with the slim fitting black pants, however I would probably like to see how it looks paired with a black shirt and black handkerchief. No matter what color shirt it is paired with, if your man wears this to a holiday party, he will definitely be the best dressed date for sure! This was also categorized under the Baroque trend.
And here is a shot of everyone from the show. Which look was your favorite? Did this give you any holiday party inspiration?