by Gretzel H. Lantican
Rainy days. Breezy nights. That’s when you know December is nearly approaching. December is the month of holidays, the time when we get to meet our relatives from foreign countries, plan get together with our high school friends, and attend holiday parties with the entire clan.
Our holiday tradition is always celebrating with the loved one's—family, friends, and relatives, so if you were to celebrate yours at least dress properly for the occasion. You don’t have to wear something fancy. Just a simple outfit is all you need to celebrate the holiday.
After all, you still have 33 days to decide which outfit to wear on the holidays.
Keep it casual yet classy for the occasion—whether it’d be a dinner date with the family or just meeting with friends. Wear something comfortable, but with a classic look like Caula’s set of skirts with bow, box pleated, electric pleated, and paper bag styles. Then, partner it with your favorite top and a dazzling clutch, and darling, you’re good to go.
If you're meeting your friends for a dinner, and you want to look more professional or let’s say more “tita-ish” while still looking chic for the occasion, Azeta’s Ferris is the perfect top for you. Its minimalist style with tailored bell sleeves matches the inner tita that you’d like to channel for the occasion.
Wanting to look sophisticated for a family gathering isn’t a problem with Gyle’s collection of floral knit dresses. If you want to showcase your stylish side with your relatives as you talk to them, then go with this dress. It’s a stunning peg for the party.
If you’re heading for a drink with your high school buddies, and you don’t have a lot of time to look for outfits, Gyle has a perfect set of sleeveless top and pants just for you. It’s a style you can throw on yet instantly classy to wear.
If your kind of holiday involves meeting with the relatives from foreign countries, then Gyle’s line of sleeveless lace blouses and skirts is the perfect fit for you. Its embellished design is elegant, making it the ideal get-up for the occasion.