My body is well aware that holiday party season is in full-swing. I’m exhausted, I can’t party like I used to.

But you may not be old like me and still have some party left in you so I wanted to share a few lovely holiday looks courtesy of my good friend and soon to be stylist (crossing my fingers) Christina A. of JustMissedTheRunway. I met this sassy, fierce Ghanaian bombshell at this past Blogging While Brown and it was love at first sight. we’ve since created a supportive friendship. She’s definitely one of my favorite people of 2014.

Christina has pretty rich taste, but she’s found ways to satisfy her hunger for fine threads and wears rather frugally. Frugality is all relative. for some $175 is expensive for a pair of shoes, BUT, its a damn good steal for a pair of Giuseppe’s or Manolo’s.

My girl has been on a roll this week and I thought, what better way to head into the last weekend before Christmas than to share 3 holiday inspired looks for less by her.

(Don’t sweat it if you can’t purchase any of the items. I mean, The way my budget is set up, I can’t right now. But, if nothing,  use it as a little inspiration as you shop your closet.)

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Target Tailored Vest // Urban Outfitters Renewal Program Shirt (Similar) // Forever 21 Sequined Joggers (Try This) // Giuseppe Zanotti Design Metallic Pumps // H&M earrings

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H&M Felted Coat ($30 in stores) // Forever 21 Turtleneck ($19 ) // Boots (love these) ($40) // Zara Skirt ($30 in stores) // Lovely Wholesale Bag ($30 incl. shipping; currently 20%) // Thrifted Kangol Hat (purchased with many other items for $20)

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H&M Felted Coat (On Sale in Stores) // Joe Fresh Turtleneck– $7 !!  // Zara Skirt- SALE // Zara Heels- Old

Enjoy and Happy Happy Holidays my loves.

Frugal Fashion

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