5 Festive Fashion Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make
It’s that period of the year when we can play dress up with family and friends. Halloween is around the corner, and Christmas a couple of months later. Every year, we face the same difficult Christmas dilemma: what to wear. You want to feel festive and unique, but you don’t want to compete with the glitz of an over-decorated Christmas tree!
Fortunately, Multiversity has compiled a list of the five festive fashion mistakes you should avoid to help you find the perfect fit for you. Continue reading.
Wear shoes that make it difficult to walk.
Most women are required to wear high heels on Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Because these add more distinction to your outfit and, as a result, allow them to appear more elegant than usual.
However, many people do not prioritise comfort and end up purchasing heels that do not allow them to walk comfortably. As a result, one of the most common mistakes is wearing shoes that do not allow them to walk correctly, and they take them off before returning home.
To avoid all of this, it is best to wear high-heeled shoes that allow you to enjoy yourself. So, if they aren’t comfortable, switch them out for others during the holiday season.
Put on a very short dress.
The Christmas season is associated with cold days, and wearing a minidress may prevent you from fully enjoying the party. As a result, the most appropriate thing to avoid wearing very short dresses in your outfit is to feel comfortable and not get cold.
If you want to show off your cute minidress, we recommend pairing it with leggings and an elegant cardigan or coat.
You can see yourself as a more sophisticated and luxurious girl this way and not cold or uncomfortable.
Another common blunder when putting together an outfit for the holiday season is going monochrome.
In other words, match your shoes, accessories, and makeup. Aside from being boring, is also out of date and detracts from your style.
On the contrary, focus on creating more unique looks, experimenting with trendy colours, complementing beautiful combinations, and you will be able to create a perfect contrast to look great.
Halloween is not an excuse to wear shabby jewellery. It is no secret that accessories are necessary for any outfit, but overusing them is a serious mistake many people make.
So, if you don’t want to look like a walking Christmas tree during the holidays, avoid wearing all your accessories at once.
So, if you want to wear earrings or a large, colourful, and striking necklace, choose simple garments in neutral colours and shoes with a unique design to stand out.
If you want to wear garments with glitter and sequins, avoid wearing large or flashy accessories because you risk appearing “dizzy” to others.
Wearing unflattering or out-of-place hairstyles
Like the dress, the hairstyle is an important factor in presenting an exceptional appearance. However, many girls need to comb their hair in a very different way than usual, which, while not necessarily bad, results in the opposite effect on their styling.
As a result, if your outfit will be much higher than usual, elevating your hair is not a good idea. On the other hand, if the outfit is simple and you choose to complement it with subtle accessories, the hairstyle should make a difference.
We recommend that you choose a collected or semi-collected hairstyle because, aside from being comfortable, it will give your outfit the attention it deserves and will make you look slimmer. Ponytails, low buns, or lopsided semi-collected hairstyles, for example.
Never forget your style is unique. Above all, as you avoid these festive fashion mistakes, ensure you wear what makes you feel your authentic self. Check out the Multiversity store for more Christmas and Halloween inspiration.