5 Holiday Looks under $50

But most of us do not have the time or money to devote to a holiday makeover. Kimberly Turner says you should focus on adding sparkling accessories and shoes to your every day pieces, so you don't have to buy complete outfits. Kim says you can add a one or two items to the black pants or skirt, white blouse, or basic brown dress that you already have in your closet. You'll look great and stylist for the holiday season.

Kim is a personal consultant and stylist from Chicago who created her own website Fashion Cents www.fashioncents.tv She says Fashion Cents' mission is to give the world a greater fashion sense…one person at a time (and men, that includes you too). "We want people to stop believing that wearing designer logos and high-priced fashions are the only ways to achieve a great style," Kim adds. "So if you don't have thousands of dollars to spend on a whole new wardrobe, you can never be stylish? We are here to show you that by working within your current wardrobe and adding a few economical pieces, you can look like you just jumped off the pages of the latest fashion magazine. And don't worry, we won't only show you what the look is, but we'll give you the resources to do it yourself."

To update your holiday look, Kim recommends:

Tahari shoes from TJ Maxx ($45)
Jones New York scarf from Marshalls ($12.99)
Bracelet from Ann Taylor Loft ($29.99)
Brown Dress ($49) from Ashley Stewart
Multicolor Drape ($29) from Ashley Stewart
Jewelry ($14) from Ashley Stewart
Blazer ($59) from Ashley Stewart
Black Anne Klein Dress $40 at Bloomingdales
Grey Sweater, $16 from New York & Company
Grey Leggings $15 from New York & Company

For more ideas, check out Kim's website Fashion Cents: http://fashioncents.united-pixels.com/fashion-saving-tips/shop-smart-for-fall-with-financial-and-fashion-advice/.

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