I’m breaking out all the sequins and feeling the festive holiday spirit. Lidl is sponsoring today’s post featuring Esmara by Heidi Klum’s holiday collection. What I love about these pieces is how affordable they are since they are all less than $20! This makes it easy to get different looks for holiday events without breaking the bank. There are a couple different sequin dresses in the collection, but this one is my favorite. It’s truly a stunner featuring black, navy and silver sequins. You’re sure to stand out in the crowd wearing this sequin dress. Of course, this sequin dress is lined and comfortable to wear. I appreciate the 3/4 length sleeves for extra warmth, which is key during winter! I’m throwing this faux fur stole over for extra glam. Plus, it’s adjustable and also comes in light pink.
I previously posted about this collection last week but wanted to go into more detail about Lidl. This collection is only available in stores and new ones are popping up! To find one closest to you, go here. In Hampton Roads, there are nine stores! Similar to Trader Joe’s, 90 percent of the product in their stores are their private label. This means they match Lidl’s high standards, which started decades ago in Germany. You’re probably thinking, isn’t that a grocery store, though? You are correct, Lidl is first and foremost a grocery store. However, their “middle aisle” items including clothing, small appliances, toys and more, are becoming increasingly popular. This includes the Esmara by Heidi Klum clothing collection.
Below, I’m sharing another look from the collection featuring a blush velvet tee and sequin pencil skirt. The stripes on this skirt make it unique and I love the more conservative silhouette. Like the sequin dress, this skirt is lined. Plus, it has a stretchy waistband, which I enjoy, especially for the holidays! This velvet tee also comes in burgundy, navy and black, which make them easy to restyle. Velvet is so on trend right now and this is an affordable way to incorporate the trend into your wardrobe.
P.S. This is the first time in years I bought a fake tree and I’m obsessed with this flocked one.