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Work Look #1
Simple is best when it comes to daytime sparkle. All you need are minimal details, like a tortoise timepiece and neutral pumps.
Dress, Talbots, $179. Shoes, AMI Clubwear, $8. Belt, Gap, $20. Watch, Avon, $30. Ring, Amelia Rose Design, $79.
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Party Look #1
A faux fur vest and a little bling—think monochromatic—make a classic sheath feel funky.
Vest, Boden, $148. Necklace, Accessory Concierge, $28. Earrings, CAbi, $28. Bangles, Nicki Minaj Collection, $10 for set of 12.
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Work Look #2
Banish visions of disco balls and '70s fashion: A modern jumpsuit is streamlined, stylish and totally office-appropriate.
Jumpsuit, Karen Kane, $129. Jacket, Ann Taylor, $189. Shoes, Apt. 9, $65. Bag, Danielle Nicole, $98. Earrings, House of Harlow 1960, $56. Necklace, Botkier, $58. Watch, La Mer Collections, $98. Bracelet, X by Trollbeads, $93.
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Pretty Daytime Makeup Look
Easy daytime makeup look using award-winning products.
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Party Look #2
Show a little more skin and turn on the post- work dazzle. Classic black-and-white calls for fiery red pumps and gold jewels.
Necklace, Outrage Fashion, $15. Earrings, Botkier, $58. Shoes, Nine West, $89. Clutch, Outrage Fashion, $46.
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Fun Evening Makeup Look
Easy evening makeup look using award-winning products.
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Work Look #3
Embrace your sweet side in a flirty pastel skirt. Pair with a chambray button-down and navy sweater for a casually refined look.
Sweater, Old Navy, $27. Top, Lands' End, $59. Belt, Deborah Drattell. Skirt, Ann Taylor, $119. Earrings, Roberta Chiarella, $28. Necklace, Nakamol, $20.
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Party Look #3
Ditch the cardi and glam up your outfit with shiny accessories and fishnet tights.
Belt, Deborah Drattell. Tights, Spanx, $42. Necklace, R.J. Graziano, $75. Rings, C. Wonder, $38. Bangle, AMI Clubwear, $15. Clutch, Anne Klein, $79. Booties, Rock & Republic, $90.
Beauty Tip: Add a pop of color to cheeks for an evening out. Dab Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze Glisten Blush Stick in Coral Sheen, $9, directly onto the apples of the cheeks. Lightly blend with a damp sponge.
Originally published in the December 2014 issue of Family Circle magazine.