#theLIST: Inspired Holiday Outfits
Kate Bosworth makes a sporty mainstay evening-appropriate by adding a metallic skirt—silver belle, indeed.
Play the gender game a la Alexa Chung who wears a menswear-inspired coat over a feminine little white dress by Stella McCartney.
Elizabeth Olsen takes her cues from Altuzarra's spring runway, styling a languid white dress with a delightfully flashy blazer.
Allison Williams is a '50s startlet for the next generation, in a Nonoo sheer paneled midi skirt and tucked in white oxford that are decidedly fresh.
The tuxedo dress has become an after dark staple, but Diane Kruger takes it to a higher sartorial level in an Emilia Wickstead blush pink version with festive red accessories to match.
Defy expectations like Olivia Palermo, mixing plaid, a playful fringe skirt and red Aquazarra sandals.
The hide gets amped up by the house of Alexander McQueen, as seen on Kate Moss. Lesson: Black and white need not be simplistic.
Karlie Kloss does Coach proud in leather skinnies and a bold furry, sleeveless turtleneck that's nothing short of genius.
Laura Bailey shows off the hue of the moment in a girlish Roksanda Ilinic dress that's as flirty as it is elegant.
No need to always show your lighter side, go full vamp like Joan Smalls in a silk slip dress and tuxedo blazer, finished with an ultra-dark lip.
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