By Sam Jones, founder of The Style Alchemy – Your Personal Shopper

The party season is in full swing and the shops are bursting at the seams with choice, so here’s my edit of the high street’s best pieces to solve your Christmas party outfit dilemma:-
1. Whistles – Katia Jumpsuit

A stylish black all in one is the new LBD this season. This Whistle’s one ticks all the right boxes. Style with points, lots of layered bracelets and a mini cross body bag.

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2. Phase Eight – Feathered Cape

I love the idea of throwing this vintage looking ostrich feather cape over a crisp white crew neck tee and a slick pair of black tux trousers. You won’t risk turning up in the same outfit with this little gem.

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3. By Malene Birger – Severaia Metallic Skirt

Team this stunning silk with gold detailing maxi skirt with a very simple light weight cashmere sweater and a pair of strappy heels. Let the skirt do all the talking.

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4. Phase Eight – Renata Fringe Dress

If it’s a frock you’re after, then I absolutely adore Phase Eight’s little fringed flapper dress in super chic navy and black. Keep Dancing!

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5. Camilla and Marc – Floor Length Dress

For sheer elegance, then this stunning floor length dress from Camilla and Marc is the one.

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Have a gorgeous sparkly christmas and see you in the New year!
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About The Author

Sam Jones
Fashion Stylist

Sam has had a successful career in buying over the last 15 years, rummaging through showroom collections such as Carven, Vanessa Bruno, Matthew Williamson and Rupert Sanderson whilst Fashion Director for online fashion and beauty holiday emporium style-passport; designing and buying ranges as Head of Buying for iconic British footwear brand Pied a Terre, and curating and editing accessories at legendary department store Fenwick of Bond Street. Throughout her career as a buyer, more and more friends would approach her for one on one advice. What soon became clear was how much she loved the intimacy of this direct client contact and so her personal shopping service, The Style Alchemy, was born. http://www.thestylealchemy.com/

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