What is that velvet!?! Yes – yes it is. We're in the midst of a '90s revival so, it only makes sense that this supple textile make a comeback. There was an abundance of velvet pieces on the fall-winter runways of fashion houses like Elie Saab, Nina Ricci, Cushnie et Ochs, Chanel and more. But prior to that, this fabric was a hit among royals in the 13th century – and for good reason: velvet is rich, comfortable, and can keep you warm without the need to pile on a ton of layers. Opting for basics in this plush fabric makes it all the easier to piece together a holiday-appropriate outfit by providing a festive enough, subtle sheen that makes it virtually unnecessary to stress over accessories during a pinch.
Details: Topshop Velvet Lace Shorts $68, Dolce and Gabbana Embellished 105MM Velvet T-Strap Pumps $1, 545, Saint Laurent Velvet Small Monogramme Crossbody Bag $1, 850, Toast Silk Velvet Dress in Old Yellow $263, Cyan Design Blue Velvet Prince Arm Chair $1,372.50.