STYLE & BEAUTY
12/14/2014 07:00 am ET Updated Dec 18, 2014

You'll Be Holiday Party Ready Thanks To Our Accessories Of The Week List

We are going make an educated guess and assume that your calendar is full of holiday parties right about now. And while it can seem tempting to go out and buy a sparkly sweater for the occasion, save your money and instead opt for fun accessories to amp up your look.

This week, many of our favorite fashion bloggers were seen with thigh-high boots, festive purses and cozy scarves, perfect for all your Christmas-time activities. Check out a few of the best outfits below and prepare to be inspired.

Courtney Trop's sandals and sunglasses (Image via @alwaysjudging): Wearing head-to-toe black can be so boring, but if you go for cool accessories -- like these reflective sunglasses and patent leather sandals -- you're sure to stand out from the crowd.

BTS yesterday in retro vibes with @sunglasshut #StartWithTheShades

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Francesca García-Miró's Carlo Pazolini shoes (Image via @christinaemiliephotography): There are few things we love more than practical and stylish footwear.

@driftingnomad wearing @carlopazolini shoes • www.driftingnomad.com #vsco #vscocam #ootd #nyc

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Blair Eadie's scarf and thigh high boots (Image via @blaireadiebee): Could she look any cozier in that scarf? And those boots are definitely on our holiday wish list.

@liketoknow.it www.liketk.it/IGvW #liketkit

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Gabi Gregg's necklace (Image via @gabifresh): This necklace would also look great with a LBD.

From today's blog post: "I’m constantly told by readers and followers on social media that they wish they had my body. It’s meant to be flattering, but really it makes me sad. I’m not flattered. I want to break barriers and help people feel like they can break the rules, not leave them feeling like because they don’t look like me, they have to stick to them. One thing I hear often is “I wish I had your flat stomach!” It’s true that depending on the lighting, angles, shapewear etc, that my tummy can look flatter than it actually is, but I promise it’s there. We shouldn’t feel like we can’t wear body con skirts or dresses because we’re afraid it will be seen, like its mere existence is shameful. In the body positive world, we call it ‘rocking the VBO’ (visible belly outline). Your body is okay." Link in profile to read more + outfit info and pics. 💃💪@liketoknow.it www.liketk.it/HchS #liketkit

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Natasha Ndlovu's bag (Image via @natashandlovu): We'll take that bag in every color please.

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