Getting your favorite celebrity look is a great dressing idea for holiday parties. Celebrities are always inspiring and especially when it's about fashion, most of us want to be like a star at the red carpet. So this holiday season, why don't you dress like your favorite celebrity? You do not require a Versace or Armani dress for that but selecting the right accessory can also turn you into the celebrity you wanted to be. Here are two DIY celebrity costume ideas to help you live the star status at the upcoming Thanksgiving feast.
'The People's Princess' is well known for her simple yet splendid style. Kate knows the perfect way to look glamorous without spending multiple dollars. She is thrifty and never afraid of recycling her dresses and jewelry. Therefore, it is easy to dress like the princess. Choose a coatdress in blue, green or grey with matching hat and get a ring inspired by that signature blue sapphire and diamond engagement ring with a pair of pearl dangles like those worn by her at many occasions. With minimal make-up, shiny open locks and a pair of wedges, you are ready like the princess.
The modern Cleopatra of Hollywood always carries a look so classy that everyone wants to replicate. Carry the elegance with sensuality, bring out your LBD or a flowing green gown, half swept your hair and add a pair of emerald earrings to be like the party beauty. For much resemblance, you can try some temporary tattoos.
Dressing like your favorite celebrity is so easy and its fun too. While you will find the dress in your wardrobe or at the nearest mall, I would suggest getting fine jewelry. It is because the real gemstone jewelry always has an appraisal value and it is timeless. Not just the holiday party but you can wear it ever after. I have picked these celebrity-inspired jewels from store, which has a remarkable selection of fine gemstone jewelry. The store is also offering great discounts and exclusive free jewelry gifts for Thanksgiving Day. That ways you have a great chance to get your favorite celebrity inspired jewelry at a value found never before.