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Wrap up your holiday outfit with a trendy bow

‘Tis the season to get decked in bows. This year, so-luxe loops ‘n’ knots are topping all our fave holiday pieces.  From oh-so cute clips to hip heels, GL’s got five accessory picks that will tie in this trend just in time for gift-giving season.

 

Keep your heart tied together with a big bow necklace. Wear with a tunic top or plain sweater to add a little glitz to a warm winter ensemble.

 

Trimmed Necklace, $20, Anthropologie

 

A bow clutch keeps that cash under warps. Add it to your evening’s best now, and bring it along to all your fab parties in the new year, too.
 

Kimchi Bow Clutch, $18, Urban Outfitters

 

Bow clips look great with your best holiday dress and are a fast add. Wear your hair down — straight or with curls — and add a clip in for instant girly chic.
 

Keeping Up the Rouge Hair Clip, $13, Modcloth.com

 
Petite bow studs let you sport the trend in the tiniest way. Wear with matching metallic accessories to add shine to any outfit.
 

Metallic Brittany Bow Earrings, $8, Fred Flare

 

Add some instant drama to your party get-up with bow heels. Wear with a skirt or dress to let your daring shoes take center stage. Don’t forget tights to stay warm!
 

Privileged Moss Stone Side Bow Platform Heel Bootie, $35, Lulus.com

 

BY ALYSSA BAILEY ON 12/16/2010 7:00:00 AM

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