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Shop party perfect jackets, to top off your NYE look this year. From on-trend faves, like Nastygal and Topshop. Our Editors have selected the best picks out there, so quick, shop these must-haves for a magical festive look!  


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Merry Christmas one and all! 'Tis the season to get merry, eat all the food, spend time with your family and shop. 


So, we've made the latter easy. You can shop call the best Boxing Day sales around, from our Marketplace brand's Valfre and Privileged. Plus we've got massive deals from Macy's, Gilt and more HERE! 


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Want amazing exclusive offers for the festive sales? Course you do! Well Shopcade have answered your prayers, shop 15% off everything from Privileged shoes- they offer quirky, statement heels at amazing prices. Plus Valfre, the ultimate-cool-girl brand, has given you some fab deals.


Shop below, but be quick, offers are for a limited time only...

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Guys are notoriously harder to shop for than women. But we're about to change all that. 


Shop our guy-approved picks below for small presents that could fit in his stocking. From goofy Christmas socks to phone cases to movies to Armani cologne, there's something here for every man.

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Sequins on sequins on sequins. There's no better excuse than the festive period to wear every embellished item you own, and to shop new dazzling beauties. 

We love Free People's pink sully sequin dress, Topshop's sequin romper and so many other pieces. Our Editor has curated the ultimate edit of sequin statement styles, that you need in your wardrobe... 

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The festive season is here, which means lots of work parties, family reunions and Christmas events. What you need is some seriously sparkly fancy footwear for the holidays. 


Shop our curated edit of all the best party shoes, from brands like Privileged, Topshop and more! Walk this way...

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Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! What ornaments do you love placing on your tree?


Whatever your xmas tree taste, there's an edit for you- from novelty to classic, there's no way anyone could be a grinch 

From tinsel garlands to lights to ornaments to toppers, find the most beautiful pieces below and glam out your tree. Happy shopping...

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Thanksgiving is only a couple days away, so it's time to get your pad ready ASAP! Whether you're throwing a huge holiday dinner party, or just making dinner with a few friends & family, the focus is still going to be on the dinner table. 


A festive tablecloth is a MUST! Our tablecloth faves include red plaid and golden leaf pattern. Grab some cloth napkins (that match the tablecloth if you're that extra) and cute little napkin rings. Leaf patterns are classic for plates and cups. Happy holidays!

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1. Bring several bottles of wine. 


Just can't listen to your father-in-law drone on about his boring job anymore? Good old alcohol, the oldest trick in the book, will help you not to go crazy. Whether you like wine, vodka, whiskey, or beer, bring something that you'll want to drink later. Be careful, though! Don't go overboard on the liquor, or you may find yourself in a regrettable shouting match. 

2. Invite a Buffer Zone Friend. 

You know that your parents are on their best behavior in front of guests, so bring along a platonic friend to keep them in check! You better make sure that your friend knows what they're potentially in for, though, or your friend will later be shooting you death glares as your mom grills her about her love life. 

3. Do Conversation Gymnastics. 

When your weird, racist uncle says he's excited for Trump to get into office, and you don't want to engage with him, tell him what's much more exciting is that you're going to get into the mashed potatoes. When he says Hillary Clinton should be executed, tell him a million turkey executions is enough for one day. When he says that 9/11 was faked, ask him loudly if he would like some pumpkin pie, and stare at him pointedly until he gets the hint. 

4. Assign Seating Arrangements. 

That's right, sometimes you have to resort to this old teacher's trick. If two people simply cannot get along, place them at opposite ends of the table. If you know you won't be able to have a conversation with your grandpa without ripping his head off, seat him far away from you. If you have kids, or little relatives like cousins, nieces or nephews, ask them to make the place-cards. Then, everybody will love their handwritten assigned seat! 

5. Take a Walk. If you feel yourself hitting the limit of what you can tolerate, it is perfectly OK to excuse yourself. Go for a walk around the block, or, if it's too cold outside, just let your fam know that you're feeling stressed out and that you're going to another room to cool down. Remove yourself from the situation and do something relaxing until you're feeling ready to engage again. 

6. Play Defense. 

If you have a relative who always asks invasive questions, prepare your own nosy questions about their life. Ask them if their son's still on academic probation, or how they got that new dent in their bumper. Hopefully they'll get the hint and finally stop asking you when you're going to get married! 

7. Have A Couple Killer Topics Up Your Sleeve. Did you know that Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg just started a cooking show together? Or, ask your mom her opinions on the whole Brad and Angelina fiasco. Maybe you have a really good "Would You Rather?" in your repertoire. Whatever it is, come to dinner prepared with one really good conversation starter, and you'll have an easy out of a difficult conversation. 

8. Do Engage! 

If you feel up to it, task yourself with having a patient, calm conversation with a relative about your differing opinions. Listen to them, don't interrupt, then give a thoughtful rundown of your side. Tell them you really enjoyed hearing their perspective, and that you'll give their ideas further thought. Ask them to give your ideas some serious thought too, and to deeply evaluate their own beliefs.

9. Plan Some Time For Yourself. 

Trust us, after a whole evening with your family, you'll need to de-stress, whatever that may mean to you. To some, it means spending Friday on the couch in pajamas with some tea and your favorite movies. To others, it means waking up early to get down to some serious online shopping done. Maybe it's a massage at the spa, or a facial. Whatever it is that floats your boat, you need to make time for it.

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Thanksgiving is approaching, and what better way to celebrate than with some festive knitwear?! Indulge in luxuriously cosy knits and sweaters, in fall hues like reds, oranges, browns and greens. 


Our Editors have complied this week's Friday Fashion Fix featuring the most on-trend knits from brands, available to shop in just 1 click, like Chain Candy and Hector & Lola. 

Wrap up and spend some quality time with your family this Thanksgiving day- knits are not only great for style points but they also leave room for lots of food- ideal! 

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This festive season show some love for tie and dye. This outfit is from @karpasacottonclothing . Buy more such cotton clothing from @karpasacottonclothing . Contest of the day - follow @kamajewellery And post a picture of yourself in red and use hashtag #glitteratri to win a diamond pendant necklace #thebongass #fashionbloggerindia #indianfashionblogger #lookoftheday #festiveseason #festivemood #ootd #lileforlike #tagsforlikes #potd #like #love #cute #mumbaiblogger #blogger #outfitideas #styleblogger #stylesblogger #lookbook #igersmumbai #igers

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From giant feasts of wholesome food to the glitter and drinks of all-night partying, you might have found yourself in a bubble of indulgence over the holidays. 


If you’re starting January feeling a bit run-down after the excitement of Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years, why not follow these steps to recovering from the holidays?

Our philosophy for post-holiday recovery is to pretty much do the opposite of what we’ve been doing over the holidays, starting with the following eight tips: 

Water rules!
Skip the alcohol and sugary drinks this January in favour of water and water infused with fruits, mint and citrus. Try to stay away from alcohol for most of the week, and designate special days throughout the week for alcohol to avoid overindulging.

Eat at home
Instead of going out for fancy dinners to meet your friends, why not invite them over to your house and cook with them instead? You can even make it a monthly affair by rotating who gets to host each time. 

Moisturise and hydrate
Festive excesses can really dry out your skin. Bring back that radiant look you love with plenty of water, use moisturiser daily (including under-eye creams), exfoliate twice a week and remember to apply sunscreen when the weather gets warmer. 

Get back to routine
Wind down from a fortnight of partying by establishing a routine as quickly as possible. Set yourself a sensible bedtime and start to wind down about half an hour beforehand – and set yourself an earlier alarm to help you get back to work hours. 

Cut the dairy
Your body can become clogged down by dairy, so it might be worth cutting down on the amount you consume every day. Why not try switching to almond milk or soy milk for a couple of weeks to help your body recover? 

Get some morning exercise
Whether it’s a quick walk around the block, or just jumping jacks in your bedroom, give yourself a morning boost of energy with a quick exercise session. 

Check in with yourself
Keep yourself positive (and on track for your New Year’s resolutions) by checking in with yourself every week. As yourself if you’re doing what you need to do to complete your resolutions and keep healthy, and figure out if there are things you can do to improve your progress. Keeping a journal is a great way of keeping track of your progress. 

Closet purge
A great way of feeling refreshed for the New Year is by giving your wardrobe a thorough purge. Look through everything you have and only keep items you know you’re going to wear this year. Try to donate at least one item of clothing every month – or one item for every present you received over the holidays!

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