Gabriella Lascano

beauty lifestyle fashion & NYC


Sparkle Season 2018

'Tis the season for all things merry and bright... and sparkly.
Christmas has changed drastically, It's gone from popcorn garland
with homemade ornaments to luxury tinsel with designer bows. However, 
that doesn't necessarily mean you'll have to break the bank for a glam X'mas. If 
you haven't already decorated, here are a few ideas and quick tips to get you started.

Black + White Christmas

Although this theme is out of the ordinary and far from traditional. Black + White as a pair is always timeless and elegant. Toss some silver into the mix and with hints of diamonds and feathers to add a glamorous touch to your Christmas. If your style is a tad bit more modern try adding some gold and combining it with patterns like stripes and polka dots for Kate Spade inspired decor.

 Iridescent Gem Ball Ornament .  Drop Christmas Finial Ornament . Bethlehem Star Christmas Shaped Ornament
Striped Ornament Stocking Holder .  Silver Mixed Shatterproof Ornament Set
Gold and White Striped Ribbon . Christian Ulbricht Black King NutcrackerLC Silver Eiffel Tower Ornament

Who doesn't love Rose Gold? It could be used as the pop of color on a simple white tree, As the main event being the tree color, or as an accent to an all blush everything Christmas. However you decided to pair it, mix it, or accentuate it, a Rose Gold Christmas is effortlessly chic.
I know what you're thinking Plaid, plaid, and more plaid, But that's not necessarily true. Farmhouse themed Christmas's can be just as elegant and chic as any other. Instead of the traditional red Tartan try incorporating mute tones like grey, navy, or white for more of a rustic glam vibe.
You CAN wear white after Labor Day, and so can your Christmas tree! With that being said, you have two options Monochrome or pop of Metallic color. The monochromatic option is simple, all white everything! However, the metallic pop can go many ways, you can even incorporate things like marble ornaments and sparkling garland. No matter the accent color all white is always sleek and chic.

The typical traditional Christmas isn't as boring you think. Now that we've all been there done that, the old red and green decorations have become a lot more modern and way over there top. Swap out boring old ball shaped ornaments for a tree filled with every shape imaginable and add bells, bows, and diamonds for a modern twist. Another option is to give the tree a theme. Show how bad and boujee you are by creating a Gucci inspired Christmas tree. 

Theme Christmas

Have a little fun with your Christmas! If you're an Old Hollywood fan try a Marilyn Monroe or Audrey Hepburn inspired tree. If you have children and constantly have to hide that elf on a different shelf. Try hiding him along with all of friends in different parts of tree as Santa's little spies.
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