Celebrity holiday looks for less

It's time to deck the halls — and get decked out! If you want to look like your favorite Hollywood star this holiday season, People StyleWatch shares celeb-inspired looks for less:


Gabrielle Union
This dress features a bustier top and a lovely tulle on the bottom with gold underlay-for a dressier feel. The bustier adds a touch of glam to holiday fare, making it both sweet and sophisticated.

Simply Vera Vera Wang convertible mesh dress, $46.80, kohls.com; Patent pump, $39.95; shoedazzle.com; Lurleen glitter clutch, $54.99, ninashoes.com; Black pave tear hoops, $32; baublebar.com; Gerard Yosca bracelets, $78; charmandchain.com


Charlize Theron
Peplum is a huge trend right now. This dress is figure-flattering with its sweetheart neckline and form fit, creating a nice hourglass. And red is great pop of color for the holidays.

Sarah sweetheart peplum dress, $40, boohoo.com; Bergold jeweled shoe, $100, aldoshoes.com; Luz ouch, $64, ninashoes.com


Blake Lively
Nothing makes a statement quite like a sequined dress. Festive and fun, it's the perfect party dress and gold really makes a statement. The key is to look for a good fit and weave on the sequins, and make sure you select a flattering length – whether at the knee or just above.

Badgley Mischka Evening in Paris Dress, $85, renttherunway.com; Evening sandals, $140; chineselaundry.com; Rachel Rachel Roy velvet minaudiere clutch, $79; rachelroy.com;  Monaco bracelets, $38 (each); sequin-nyc.com; Embellished earrings  $42; berryjewelry.com


Kate Bosworth
This lace dress is a great alternative to a strapless dress. It's feminine, stylish and a classic timeless look.

Lace dress, $128, armaniexchange.com; Box clutch $89.90, zara.com;  Earrings, $75; rjgraziano.com; Rock and republic for Kohl’s patent heels, $39.99; kohls.com; Gilt jeweled bow belt, $59; gilt.com

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