Gift Ideas, Holiday Style, & More with the ModStylists

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Need Gift Help? Ask Our ModStylists!

Some folks have a gift (pun intended) for picking the perfect present. But for the rest of us, it’s nice to have someone to turn to and say, “Do you think Mom would like this?” or “I have absolutely NO clue what to get my bestie.” At ModCloth, we don’t think you should have to fly solo just because you’re shopping online! Enter the ModStylists® — a whole team of super-awesome, super-chic personal shopping buddies, at your service.

If you’re a ModCloth regular, you probably know that the ModStylists provide handy (and FREE) style and fit advice. But did you know that the ModStylists are also here for all your gift-getting needs? Maybe you’ve got a present in mind, but have a few last questions, or perhaps you’ve made your list, but haven’t even begun to shop yet. No worries! Call, chat, or email the ModStylists with your quandaries, and they’ll come to the rescue with recommendations, details, and helpful hints for picking presents guaranteed to wow.

The marvelous ModStylist Molly stepped in to answer some of our burning holiday questions — check out her helpful ideas on gifting and party style below, and learn more about the ModStylists here!

I have a ton of parties to attend this holiday season! I need some great go-to gifts that’ll wow any host and hostess. Any suggestions?

You can never go wrong with a fab picture frame, such as the Heirloom with a View Frame or Touching Memories Frame. Everyone has photographs and probably need a few more frames to display them! If your host is a foodie, give a gift they can enjoy in the kitchen, like the So Slab-ulous Cutting Board or the Blossom-Filled Brunch Tea Towel. Last, but not least, a cute crowd-pleaser — the It’s Eclectic! Candlestick!  These colorful candlesticks in rich jewel-toned hues are perfect for dressing up a mantle or dining room table.

What should I wear to holiday dinner with my family? It’s not a super-fancy occasion, but not all that casual either.

I would recommend starting with a simple frock, such as the A Cappella Cutie Dress, and using shoes and accessories to make your outfit as dressy as you’d like. The A Grand Statement Necklace is great for adding sparkle, and The Only Galaxy for Me Heel in Student will give your look a touch of holiday color. Not into dresses? No problem! Swap the dress for trousers and a sweater in a festive hue, then adorn away.

What should I wear to my upcoming work holiday party? I want to be professional, but still show off my style.

Company parties are a chance to share a bit more of your outside-of-work style! Keep it profesh by sticking with silhouettes you’d feel comfortable wearing to work — think A-line dresses, flattering pencil skirts, and tailored trousers — but try trading more buttoned-up color schemes for fun hues, fancy fabrics, and statement-making accessories. For instance, the polished silhouette and festive sheen of the Reminiscent of Royalty Dress makes a chic statement, especially paired with the All Hands on Deco Earrings and the red-haute Trend All, Be All Heel.

+ What are your favorite tips for holiday party season? Tell us your style tips, gift ideas, and more!

About Jamie

Jamie loves reading and writing, and she's especially fond of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. She also enjoys RPGs (both tabletop and console), crocheting, baking, and hiking, and she's passionate about unicorns, tea, flannel shirts, novelty socks, and William Shatner.

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