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The Only 4 Holiday Accessories You Need

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    We're all about making things simple. THE perfect party dress? Bring it on. The lazy girl's guide to a dummy-proof updo? We're there...with jingle bells on. But, there's nothing like facing your closet for the umpteenth holiday party — with zero time to spare and two weeks left in the Champagne marathon — to leave you feeling more than a little over it.

    In fact, in a recent edit meeting, a handful of editors lamented this very challenge...fantasizing about a magical tool-kit that could easily (and affordably) multiply our holiday outfit options while being right on trend with winter's most runway-worthy themes.

    And...POOF! We'd like to introduce you to our new Holiday Trend Kit, a four-piece planning powerhouse that puts the season's best on-trend accessories front and center, making that trusty party dress, jumpsuit, peplum skirt, whatever, shiny and new again. Nothing complicated here, just great, easy pieces that pack a punch and provide that essential blueprint for pulling your favorite pieces together in a fresh way. Maybe it's not the Céline bag on your lust list, but consider this nifty roundup our little gift to you.

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