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Ready or not, the Holiday season is approaching, and there is no reason to not be ready for the next soiree. So today we get our first look at Torrid’s 2016 Holiday Lookbook featuring model Philomena Kwao and Georgina Burke, along with Lyanna Lynette, Torrid’s 2015 Model Search Winner. With tons of reasons to get all dressed up for the season this striking holiday collection is ready to celebrate. Torrid’s “What a Girl Wants” Holiday Lookbook comes with multiple excuses to get dressed up and spread some holiday cheer, everything from sequin embellished sweaters to fringe miniskirts, jackets and so much more.
The holidays are my favorite time of year. Seriously, you just can’t go wrong with a badass biker jacket and sassy fit and flare combo but you can amp up it with a gorgeous blinged out caplet. And since I tend not to wear the traditional red or green this holiday collection is perfect. Filled with looks nothing short of eye-catching with unexpected colors that wows, embellishments, textures and bold prints. Whatever style you do choose to rock this holiday, you’re sure to be Insta-worthy. Featuring model Philomena Kwao and Georgina Burke, along with Lyanna Lynette, Torrid’s 2015 Model Search Winner:
Here’s a First Look at Torrid’s “What a Girl Wants” Holiday Lookbook
Where’s The Party? – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Chiffon and Faux Fur – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Love and Leather – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Sequins and Sweaters – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Sultry Sequins – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Holiday Office Party – Shop The Looks at torrid.com
Holiday Fit and Flare – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Sequins Beauty- Shop The Look at torrid.com
Cowl Necks and Fringe minis – Shop The Look at torrid.com
Amazing… I have more than a few favorites in the catalog. Do you wear the ultra traditional color palette of festive red and green? Or do you go big and bold? I don’t know what it is, but there is something about the holidays that makes me want to wear velvet and lace non-stop.