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How to dress for the party season

Embrace the opportunity to sparkle this festive period with our gorgeous evening wear! Whether you’re looking for a high-octane outfit for a New Year’s Eve cocktail party, or a post-Christmas dinner party-with-friends look, we’ve got your occasion covered this season. The party season is renowned for sequined wonders and glitzy showstoppers. With our eveningwear edit, we can show you how to add a hint of glamour to your wardrobe, without going over the top! Now is the time to find key pieces that will see you through the party season and into the new year. What we love best about our eveningwear is that it is completely timeless, you can wear them on New Years Eve, but they would also look great for special occasions throughout the rest of the new year. Comfort and confidence are key this season, so we’ve designed easy-to-wear capsule pieces that fit well but also add that all-important sparkle!   The Dress Our Likki dress with is a fantastic evening piece. With a soft cowl neck feature at the back neckline, this is understated elegance at its best.     Shop Likki now!   The Top The Holly vest top is a sparkling addition to your wardrobe. Dress it ...
by Les 100 Ciels Team on December 25, 2015

Borrowing from the boys

Menswear is constantly informing the way we wear our clothes, more so now than ever before.  Who doesn’t love a comfy boyfriend jumper! We recently went to London Men’s Collections and could see womenswear influencing the designs too. Most women have flirted with the idea of menswear, as Vogue says: ‘Katharine Hepburn wore Brooks Brothers shirts bought from a secret girls-only counter at the back of the New York store, Marlene Dietrich worked the tux with unrivalled command, while Doris Day cavorted in her lover’s oversized shirts’. Here is our City Edit, which borrows styling from the boys and paired with our more structured pieces like Harper. This look is great for work wear and cosmopolitan living!         
by Les 100 Ciels Team on January 16, 2015