The whole holiday collection for TJ Maxx and Marshalls are not out yet but I can show you 3 items to preview. just to give you a feel of what you will be seeing in the stores for Holiday fashion.
This look is supposed to be for the work place. I am not to sure about the sequined caps but I love the short sleeves poplin blouse tucked inside the tweed pencil skirt, accessorized with a nice touch of colored and vertical striped necktie.
For a modern and edgy look, you can add suspenders too. I never thought suspenders could be modern but that’s the vibe I’m getting when put together with a classic blouse and pencil skirt outfit. Then finish it off with a not-so bold patterned tights and black booties. Match the color of the tie with a croc-textured zipper flap clutch.
For a casual look, go for a tiered fringe tank top, paired with skinny jeans, and platform boots with stacked heels. Make the whole outfit chic by adding a sequined clutch, then add a vibrant color through a scarf for a lively casual look. You might also be able to get away with wearing the sequined cap from that first outfit.
For a lovely holiday outfit, Marshalls is giving this lovely colorblock dress that also comes wiht a matching colorblock dress for you daughter, if you have one of course. The black top portion of the Woman’s dress has a sewn-in bib-styled large accents so you don’t need a necklace with this dress on. The skirt is slightly above the knee to accentuate the beautiful patterned tights, paired with peep-toe platform pumps with ribbon accent son the front. A silver clutch finishes the gorgeous holiday look.
The girl’s dress is more of a princess-cut colorblock dress. The white top and crinkled taffeta full skirt is beautifully accented with a pearl and gem stones belt. White tights and black flats which also has ribbon accents on the front to match the Mom’s shoes completes the lovely look for the girl.
You’ll find the fuirst two outfits on any TJ Maxx stores. The holiday matching dresses are from Marshalls.
(Images : TJ Maxx and Marshalls Press)