When Amy Devan needs to find the perfect outfit, she’s one of the lucky few who can just design one herself. So we asked the talented designer to share some of her favorite holiday looks from her Fall/Winter 2014 collection as well as a few other items on her holiday wish list this year. See her picks and read her fabulous styling tips below!
Naveda Couture Beaded Asymmetrical Cape
Luxury is re-defined with this cape. Signature gold beadwork lines the front opening and the asymmetrical shape allows for versatility, whether draped over the shoulder in a shawl-like form or worn as a traditional cape. This is a must-have for those bitter-cold nights and definitely makes a timeless impression!
Naveda Couture Box Pleat Crepe Top
The trapeze silhouette of this top allows for an effortlessly chic look. Beaded cuffs intensify the glamour. Versatile and a definite statement piece, this top can be paired with a pencil skirt, leather skinnies, denim or black shorts. It will be the “tre-chic” talk of the party!
Maje Germain Oversized Coat
Fall/Winter 2014 Runways saw a multitude of oversized coats. The bigger, the better in this case! It is the best way to say glamour-meets-grunge in the most sophisticated way. This one by MAJE is a top pick for me!
Naveda Couture Beaded Long Tent Dress
Once the holiday cheer settles, you’re left with the cold and what does that mean? Time for a resort vacation! This slight-trapeze, floor length silhouette with sheer sleeves and an embellished, plunging neckline is luxury vacation perfection!
MAC Lady Danger Lipstick
This lipstick is red-orange, #bossgirl perfection! It’s a spicy twist on the traditional red and is my go-to this holiday season for virtually any look, from casual to elegant.
Zara Statement Clutch
I love an accessory that makes a statement – literally! What a great way to remind someone you love to think positively! And can you think of a better way to bring in the new year? Try this one by Zara!
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