Fashion and Holiday Design Dos and Don'ts Help Keep the Season Chic

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The article "Festive Holiday Fashion Design Trends for 2006" on Fashion helps consumers navigate the latest holiday fashion trends. Fashionable clothing and apparel are undoubtedly going to be on many gift lists and sought after for holiday gatherings. Fashion, an interactive fashion education site, offers articles that can help consumers and potential fashion design students find the right holiday look., an interactive fashion education site, recently published "Festive Holiday Fashion Design Trends for 2006." The article offers advice on the top fashion dos and don'ts for holiday social engagements like casual family engagements, intimate cocktail parties and black tie events. (

In the coming weeks, self-made fashionistas will be trying to express themselves without crossing over into faux-paux, and is there to help with tips like:

  •     Do stick with classic colors.
  •     Do buy a classy little black dress.
  •     Don't wear holiday camouflage of red, green, and gold.
  •     Don't totally give in to comfort by wearing your favorite drawstring pants.

For a complete list of holiday dos and don'ts, read "Festive Holiday Fashion Design Trends for 2006" (

According to ( columnist Kate Robb, the holidays are a challenging time. She says, "Holiday parties bring their own set of fashion expectations and limitations, and the folks in fashion design and marketing respond accordingly. Independent retailers, department stores and discounters alike bring in new collections to meet this demand."

Suzanne D'Amato, former fashion writer for Vogue magazine and current Washington Post staff, says, "I think fashion, at its core, is about expressing yourself."

Robb echoes this statement. "Finding the right holiday fashion for you will make you feel good and help you to enjoy all the festivities this year."'s "Consumer Behavior Report: Holiday 2006 Shopping Trends" reveals consumers expect to spend nearly $1,200 on holiday gifts alone, which is up 17 percent from last year, and numbers suggest that people are planning to spend more money on clothes this year than last. The article aims to help people put their money to the most fashionable use. is an interactive and informative fashion school Web site that helps users interested in fashion school find the right fit. Users can search for fashion schools around the world, get the latest fashion trends and access articles about the industry. is the ideal source for anyone interested in fashion school.


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