Five Ways to Add a Little Head-to-Toe Sparkle this Holiday Season

While it’s true that December is one of the coldest months of the year, for most of the country, it’s also one of the most festive. Regardless of which one (or ones) you celebrate, you know you need to look your best. And what’s more festive than a little bling.

Let’s start with your feet

Even if you’re wearing a simple little black dress, wrapping your feet in jewels, takes it up several levels. These Whoop Whoop Jewel Wedges from Top Shop are sure to attract attention. And what with your feet attracting all that attention, your toes better be tip-top.

Speaking of toes. . .

Pick up some tootsie tips from Miss Pop, nail artist to the most fab fashionistas. While this look features a metallic silver, Elle also published her fantastic guide for a DIY glitter ombre fade. Fingers and toes complete?

It’s time to get your hair did

Adding bling to your bob can happen several different ways. A light dusting of glitter catches the light and twinkles subtly or you can get a little more wild, like Beyonce, and try out some clip-in glitter extensions.

Wrap yourself in shimmer

Of course the most major way to outshine everyone else in the room is with a dazzling dress. This one-shouldered style will light up the night with silver sparkles, while this body-conscious halter will leave everyone breathless.

The finishing touch

A beautiful piece of jewelry is the easiest way to add a little bit of bling and you can either spring for the real thing, or fool everyone with a fantastic fake.

But whichever way you choose to light up the night, just don’t leave your sparkling personality at home!


Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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