Holiday Party Looks from South Asian Style Bloggers that will WOW

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Holiday Party Looks - The South Asian Buzz

Such few weekends, so many parties, what is a woman to do? Take some style inspo from these stunners and rock it is what we say! These South Asian fashion bloggers have great tips (and gorgeous outfits) on how to dress for the occasion. Also don’t forget to tag us @thesouthasianbuzz or #southasianbuzz so we can ooh and aah over your holiday party looks!

Click on each of our favourite holiday party looks to go to the corresponding blog post!


The Long Black Dress from Myriad Musings

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Ready to Bring the Drama? Saumya from Myriad Musings blog reads like the glam girls guide, but we especially love this dramatic dress. What to look for: a fitted bodice, and a full skirt. A little peek a boo doesn’t hurt either!


The Cool Sheath from Tanvii.Com

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Tanvi has a style that is eclectic, cool and edgy. We love that there is always something a little unexpected. Here she pairs a metallic shift which would be easy to wear year round with a gold tipped heels and a desi bangle! Go check out Tanvii.Com for more!


The Pleated Midi from Love Zahra

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The Gold pleated midi skirt, the luxe stole with it’s beautiful colors, this look from the always stylish Zahra of Love Zahra has two of our favourite holiday fashion elements. You can pair yours with elegant slingbacks like Zahra’s or layer up with black tights and suede booties for a warmer vibe.


The Sophisticated Sheath from NY Mannequin

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Want to break out of black? How about something along the lines of this sophisticated blush pink number that Sonya Keshawani of NY Mannequin sported at a recent event. The styling is sleek and sophisticated and we love it!


The Printed Skirt from Miss Mulberry

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If you follow Miss Mulberry’s blog Musings of Mulberry or her on Instagram (@missmulberry) then you already know that she’s got a wonderful mix of charm and impeccable style. We love this look of hers for a holiday party because its so easy to replicate and make your own!


Cool Christmas Classics from Miss Minus Sized

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Plaid and gold, what could be more festive? We love how Sushmitha of Miss Minus Sized makes it look glamorous and cool!


A Sparkly Sweater Dress from Style Drive

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Every Christmas event doesn’t require that you pull out all the stops. Take a page out of Aayushi of Style Drives book and find a comfy sweater dress with a little bit of sparkle. Dark lipstick gives the look a festive finish.


Elegant Lace from Zunera Serena 

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Lace is always festive and we love the idea of going with an unconventional colour like this ice blue from the always gorgeous Zunera. The hardest part with her beautiful blog was picking just one outfit to share!


Beautiful Pants from Dreaming Loud

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Surekha of Dreaming Loud shows us that you don’t have to wear a dress to be dressed up with this beautiful look! Printed dressy pants are such a great way to elevate an outfit. For more tips click on the pic above!


Clever Colorblocking from Pink Chai Living

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Saving our own style maven for last, Raj of Pink Chai Living and Style Editor here at the South Asian Buzz shows us how to use clever color blocking to bring the va va voom this holiday season!


What were your favorite holiday party looks?

We would love to hear from you. For those of you looking to add a little desi touch to your holiday party looks check out this post out for some cool tips!

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Sarah Mir is a Pakistani origin Bakeaholic Mama of Two making her way through a delicious life in Toronto. Her goals include mastering her mamas recipes, travelling, raising incredible human beings, and eating as much as possible while still being able to fit into her pants.

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