The festive season is fast approaching and a huge part of prepping for the new year is going through the last month in style. To do that seamlessly, let Shiona Turini’s style inspire your holiday look with these classic pieces slowly making a comeback.
If you didn’t know, Shiona Turini is a stylist, contributing editor, creative consultant, brand designer, and a costume designer. She has worked with brands like New York Magazine, Nylon Magazine, Amazon Fashion, Christian Dior amongst others. She recently worked on HBO’s hit series Insecure as a costume designer and it got a lot of media outlets buzzing about the pieces on the show. See why taking holiday look cues from her will rock your wardrobe?
Maximalism dominated the fashion scene in 2018 and the sequin trend from the ’80s was at the top of the list. Make stepping out in refined sequin pieces top on your fashion list this holiday season to channel your bright, bubbly and fearless self!
Outerwear gives a cool feel to any outfit and leather jackets are definitely at the fore. Opt for a more casual look this holiday choosing a bold colour like this bright red leather jacket just like Shiona. It will definitely give your look more attitude.
If looking like a million bucks on a budget is your mantra this season coping something in silk should be on your list. The elegant chic vibe the trend exudes is definitely one to love. So be like Shiona, score a few silk pieces to add to your holiday collection.
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele explored the maximalist trend this season with wild floral patterns for the daring and eccentric woman! And although splurging on Gucci may be a far reach for everyone, take a cue by adding wild floral prints to your wardrobe this holiday.
Give this luxe fabric a chic spin by pairing it with bold print pieces. The trick is to style this fabric with lighter pieces to create a fine balance. Take a cue from Shiona’s gold get-up!
We bet your holiday style is about to get a 100% lift.
For more holiday tips, check out a makeup artiste’s insight into the top 3 palettes for the season.
Featured image via Shionat