Celeb-Inspired Holiday Outfits, Under $100

Check out Zanna Roberts Rossi's top picks

By Alanah Joseph Dec 07, 2017 1:36 AMTags

It's the holidays! You've got places to go and people to see. 

Since you're going to see people you rarely encounter and meet new friends and family, looking good is a must. But, we've got good news: You don't need to break the bank to look like a million bucks.

E! Style Correspondent and Marie Claire Fashion Editor, Zanna Roberts Rassi broke down three on-trend looks for the holidays at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. And, they're all under $100, so can channel your inner celebrity no matter your budget. 

Check out her top picks below! 

Kendall Jenner

The supermodel struts down the streets of New York after Vogue party in metallic gown, featuring a deep V-neck and high thigh split. She then finishes the look with a Mona Lisa clutch, sleek ponytail and chrome-tinted heels.


Metallic Asymmetrical Hem Maxi Dress, $54


Women's Lulu Block Heel Sandals, $29.99

Katy Perry

Make the holidays spectacular with a colorful ensemble like the singer. Outside of Good Morning America, the star stunned in the sequined Attico dress, paired with yellow-tinted Elizabeth and James glasses, sheer hosiery and red pumps. It's eye-catching, on trend and ready for any holiday party on your calendar.


Striped Velvert Dress, $49.90

Steve Madden

Daisie, $89.95

Bauble Bar

Sunflower Drop Earrings, $38.00

Margot Robbie

The actress struts onto The Tonight Show set the same way we hope to walk into a holiday party—happy and well-dressed. She stuns in a Derek Lam 10 Crosby velvet jumpsuit, Christian Louboutin heels and layered gold necklaces.


Velvet Slip Dress, $35


True Decadence Premium Cruched Velvet Skinny Pants, $49.00

Steve Madden


Siren, $59.98

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