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2010 Gift Guide: Fave Holiday Accessories

It’s time to bling it up for the holiday season. Festive parties, holiday celebrations and merriment are everywhere you look so you might as well join the party with some glam accessories! Everyone loves getting fun accessories for gifts and these cool and quirky ones that we’ve picked out are sure to please any girl on your Christmas gift list! The best thing about them is that they’re perfect for your holiday party outfits but also will not look out of place the rest of the year either! Just don’t pair them with your Christmas sweater and you should be safe! Check out Kidzworld's gallery on the best holiday accessories!


How to Wear It!

Accessories are the quickest and easiest way to change up your look - all you have to do is add a statement necklace or a funky headband and suddenly you’ve gone from plain and simple to vintage chic or punk rock! Big and bold jewellery is everywhere this season - a bib necklace, a huge cuff bracelet or long chandelier style earrings will be easy to find. Pearls are popular for the ladylike look and don’t be afraid to pile on a bunch of different necklaces for an eye-catching and unique look! Add an interesting belt, a faux fur scarf or velvet clutch bag for a festive holiday winter look!


Hair Accessories: Go Big!

One of our favourite ways to dress it up for the holidays is to dress up our hair with statement hair accessories! Pin a huge bow on the side or back of your head or even use it to accent your bun or ponytail. The best thing about hair accessories is that it’s easy to pull off whether or not you have super short or long hair! Try a headband with feathers attached or a giant sequin star - or for something more subtle, just clip a few sparkly hair pins in and go!

Loose gold leaf headband, $18, at UrbanOutfitters.comLoose gold leaf headband, $18, at UrbanOutfitters.com

Sparkle and Shine!

If you’re looking for glitter and sequins, you won’t have to look very hard! From sequin berets to glittery bow hair clips, it’s actually harder to find things that aren’t covered in sequins at this time of year. You can even get an awesome pair of silver or gold glittery tights! Just make sure you aren’t competing with the disco ball by keeping the glitter and shine to one big accessory. If your dress is shiny, keep the rest of your outfit toned down. If your outfit is more simple, pick one or two things like sparkly earrings or a big sequin clutch or headband. Too much sparkle and you might be mistaken for the Christmas tree!

Get into the holiday spirit and dress up!Get into the holiday spirit and dress up!
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What's Your Must-Have Winter Accessory?

  • Mittens and gloves.
  • A scarf to wrap around me.
  • A beanie or toque.
  • Furry boots.

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