Holiday Style | All Black Everything

So, I’ve had my moment with the tuxedo for the holidays, but I have a confession: I love me some sparkle!!  What girl doesn’t, right?  A champagne tasting with friends at the historic Peabody Hotel in Memphis was on the agenda and I didn’t want to go with the predictable sequin top.  I thought this shimmery cardigan would be perfect!  And she was!  The cardigan is a showstopper on her own, so I decided to go with all black everything else (including the best pants in all of EVER), simple accessories, a subtle smoky eye, and a nude lip.  I was ready for some champagne spillin’ (you should taste that), and I walked in with ‘I’m so Fancy’ playing in my head.  Ha!Holiday Style Black - According To Q-1Holiday Style Black - According To Q-4

The Starting Lineup ~ Sequin Cardigan: H&M | Tank: J. Crew | Easy Joggers: Banana Republic | Pumps: Nine West | Ring: Random | Necklaces: T&Co. | Lip Color: M.A.C. ‘Fresh Brew’ | Manicure: OPI ‘Lincoln Park After Dark’Holiday Style Black - According To Q-3Holiday Style Black - According To Q Holiday Style Black - According To Q-6 Holiday Style Black - According To Q-7

Photos: Shivers 3000

According to Q, you can add some unexpected sparkle with a jacket or pants this holiday season.  Or, go with the traditional top, skirt, or dress.  Whichever you choose, just have fun with it and the party is sure to be a party! Cheers!

Yours in stilettos, According-To-Q

4 Comments

    • December 13, 2014 / 8:08 pm

      Thank you so much!!! It’s definitely a statement piece. It’s going to be fun remixing it.

  1. Brandee Scott Wimberly
    June 14, 2015 / 10:43 pm

    Q I love your style. Will miss you blog for a while. I do have one question. I love all the shoes but how are you able to work and dress in heels like that all day?

    Brandee

    • Quaneshia
      October 5, 2016 / 7:27 am

      I’ve had to find the heels that are most comfortable for work through trial and error. Most of the time, it’s flats or wedges. The others, let’s just say I’ve had a lot of practice. LOL. For me, comfort is truly key. I use foot pads and insoles to help.
      Your comment was posted AGES ago. Forgive me for the delay in responding. Been on a little hiatus, so to speak. Coming back to blogging soon!

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