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Plus Size Holiday Fashion From Christmas to New Years and everything in between

Frock and Frill top Simplybe.com $72 for Christmas Brunch
 The Holidays are an awesome opportunity to get together with family and friends and use the cold nights to cozy up to your favorite person. I've searched high and low to look for pieces that you can use season after season and year after year because who isn't trying to maximize closet space as well as dollars these days right? You'll notice the amazing pieces by Tadashi Shoji for Bloomingdales, these are definitely investment pieces and things I'm currently craving but Shoji's clothes stand the test of time both in seasonality and style so you can count on value.

I've also included some amazingly good pieces from Forever21 like the contrast pipping notched blazer which frankly looks like a Brooks Brother piece designed for women. The metallic jacket is perfect for new years or a night out any day of the year. Check back next week for a look at my favorite new accessories of the season and last minute gift ideas!
Until then enjoy the pictorial fashion flavor!
-CGINTW
Evanusa.com $118 Cardigan with hood for that awesome night out carolling!

sequined sweater 24.99 Torrid.com gift for your BFF

Illusion dress simplybe.com $99 for a hot night out

Great date night sweater $65 simplybe.com

For your first "real" holiday bash be it for charity, your very formal office party or holiday event, this dress screams "I have arrived" Tadashi Shoji $448 bloomingdales.com

Sexy personified by Tadashi Shoji $338 Bloomingdales.com

Sweaterdsress Forever21.com $24.80

Forever21.com Contrast piping blazer $35

Great lounging candy colored sweater Forever21.com $22.80

Cutest french shirt ever $17.50 Forever21.com

Old Navy Pj's for $12! up to size 4X! Great buy for your friends!

Evansusa.com owl print dress-$55

Old Navy pop color jeans $29

Sequined jacket Forever21.com awesome New Years outfit Jacket is $34.80

Valentia dress by Kiyonna.com $168.00 and worth every penny

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