Holiday fashions

Holiday fashions

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As if your 'to-do' list weren't long enough, the holiday season brings a whole new set of things to get done from shopping to partying.

Lori Bergamotto of Lucky Magazine and several models showed viewers what to wear to making getting out the door easier and cheaper.

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- December 6th - 8th

- Designer deals up to 70% off

- Go to: luckyshops.com

LEATHER

You cannot go wrong with leather - neutral, black or a color - any leather piece is a practical purchase that you'll keep from season to season, and are sure to break out of your closet year after year.

If you're nervous a piece might go out of style, stick to a simple motto jacket fit, which has become a classic!

Dress: Rebecca Taylor

Price:

Retail: $275

LUCKY SHOPS: $138

Coat: Rachel Roy

Price:

Retail: $998

LUCKY SHOPS: $225

LACE

Ultra-feminine fabric is a favorite, but is taking dramatic turn for cooler months in bold and electric colors.

Lace has become more than just a trend - it's a wardrobe staple! Everyone from top designers to Kate Middleton seem to be obsessed!

Dress: Zimmerman

Price:

Retail: $574

LUCKY SHOPS: $285

Cuff: Lulu Frost

Price:

Retail: $170

LUCKY SHOPS: $85

METALLIC

Metallic, which can seem to be an intimidating trend, looks fabulous when done right and nothing says holiday more than something that sparkles.

Start simple with a cocktail dress or a fun pump, and work your way up to something that makes more of a statement.

Dress: DKNY

Price:

Retail: $345

LUCKY SHOPS: $172

Jacket: MAX AZRIA

Price:

Retail: $500

LUCKY SHOPS: $100

MIX & MATCH

Mixed-up prints and eye-catching patterns gained momentum last spring and showed no signs of slowing for holiday.

One way to do this is show off a pair of flattering, yet patterned pants, and mix with one your favorite simple tops and - voila! Instant fashionista!

Top: Rebecca Taylor

Price:

Retail: $275

LUCKY SHOPS: $110

Pants: ALC

Price:

Retail: $495

LUCKY SHOPS: $198

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