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The Christmas season definitely gives us an excuse to go over the top with our party outfits. Because if you can't do it at Christmas then when can you do it? 

We love a bit of festive sparkle but there is definitely a fine line between festive fierce and festive fail. 

So let the celebs show you how to sparkle in the style stakes. 

1) The showstopper

If you go for a show stopping sequin piece like KStew, it goes without saying that you can keep the accessories muted. Pair with a simple pair of platforms or court shoes in fabrics that are not too shiny. 

2) The perfect sequin dress

It's out there! So hunt it down. Not all sequin dresses are skin tight and gold, there's a huge variety of patterns and colours to enjoy. 

3) Dress it down

Make like Millie and pair a slinky sequin number with boots for an essence of casual cool. 

4) Be on the nose 

Who said you can't to wear red, gold or green sequins at Christmas. Do it right and we promise you won't look like a festive ornament. 

5) Think outside the box 

Don't shy away from a eclectic sequined style, because the quirkier the better we say! 



A black mesh maxi – with a distinctly designer feel: we've had our eye on one particular dress that Penneys has had in the offing since unveiling its a/w collection.

And now – FINALLY! – it's arriving in Irish stores. 


The ultimate statement dress! Sequin clutch €10/$12, Maxi dress €27/$31#Primark #fashion

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Priced at just €27, this will be in your wardrobe LONG after the festive season wraps up. It's also has a super-flattering style – while the lace and mesh panel detail from the knees downward is ideal for anyone who's slightly self-conscious of their legs.

For those who'd rather something more typically party-season – SHEmazing! really loves the below too. Hurrah for Penneys!

Silver/ black sequin dress €25
Black spot prom dress €35
Black velvet one-shoulder dress €14