Friday, 5 December 2014

Dress for the Office Holiday Party or Official Fest

You wanna let your personal style shine. You wanna enjoy your limited sartorial freedom. You wanna celebrate the season! For many of us, the office holiday party is the one time of year where our coworkers see us outside the norm—outside a uniform, a suit, or any of our other fashion restrictions. Toeing the line between showing off your personal style and remaining appropriate for a work fete can take a little investigative work and savvy navigation.
Asking veterans can be a great place to begin your ensemble search, but like anything work related, we’d suggest you err on the side of caution. The notorious no-brainers include minding your hem and necklines, as well as avoiding anything that requires tape, petals or backless bras—save it for New Years.
Who says a mini is the only path to glamour? Drop the length to the floor and go for a maxi to glide through the cocktail hour with unexpected grace. We love the idea of kimono and sleeved styles to help ward off winter’s chill.

If you’ve never visited (or heard of) Indiamystyle you might at this moment be questioning TBF’s standards for style and social decorum. The name, admittedly, is at first glance a bit off-putting, or at least a little naughty. But once you’ve arrived, you’ll see that Nasty Gal isn’t about , well, bein nah-stay, but being fah-bulous. And fierce. And just a little bit cheeky. We’re in.





 features edgy-but-decidedly-wearable garments at prices that range from fairly affordable to on-the-verge-of-splurge. The site design is clean, current and easy to navigate, but as every budget fashionista knows, getting blinded by pretty look-books and clever descriptions can lead directly to reckless spending, and that’s always a fashion don’t. So to help ensure that those new to Nasty Gal are ready to shop responsibly (it’s our life work), we’ve compiled some tips to make the most of your Nasty Gal experience.