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Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Laura Siegel Author: Elle Canada Credits: Laura Siegel

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Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

 

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Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Holiday party style advice: Christopher Bates

"It's always better to be over rather than under-dressed." – Christopher Bates READ MORE: How to wear metallics

By: Ava Baccari Source: Courtesy of Max Jamali Credits: ELLE Canada

Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Holiday party style advice: Mackage

“Keep it classy. We always admire people who can pull off a simple, chic dress but manage to accessorize it all in a meticulous way.” – Elisa Dahan and Eran Elfassy, co-creative directors of Mackage READ MORE: 9 must-have holiday clutches

By: Ava Baccari Source: Courtesy of Mackage Credits: ELLE Canada

Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Holiday party style advice: Malorie Urbanovitch

"Be as festive as possible. The holidays are a perfect excuse to have fun with fashion." – Malorie Urbanovitch READ MORE: 10 holiday style tips to go from the office to a party

By: Ava Baccari Source: Courtesy of Malorie Urbanovitch Credits: ELLE Canada

Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Holiday party style advice: Soia & Kyo

"Simply stay true to yourself and add a nice statement piece. Have fun with what you are wearing." – Ilan Elfassy, Soia & Kyo READ MORE: 10 super luxe Fall 2014 runway accessories to inspire your holiday style

By: Ava Baccari Source: Jenna Marie Wakani Credits: ELLECanada.com

Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Holiday party style advice: Laura Siegel

"I always have three thoughts in mind: comfort, effortless, and luxurious." – Laura Siegel READ MORE: How to make your cozy sweater worthy of any holiday party

By: Ava Baccari Source: Courtesy of Laura Siegel Credits: ELLE Canada

Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style

Toronto fashion designer best style advice: Beaufille

“Less is More.” —Chloé Gordon, co-founder, Beaufille “Be yourself, everyone else is taken.”—Parris Gordon, co-founder, Beaufille READ MORE: Editors’ picks Toronto Fashion Week Spring 2015 survival kit

By: Ava Baccari Source: Courtesy of Beaufille Credits: ELLE Canada
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Top Canadian designers on how to master holiday style