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Christmas is around the corner! And during the series of Holiday parties you'll have, you want your daughter to be at her most striking. Elite Dresses can help you on that! Choose among the
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Make your daughter look her best in these adorable and affordable girls Christmas dresses, Thanksgiving dresses, Hanukkah dresses and other important holidays or for that special dinner


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The Holiday Season, a Multi-Cultural Celebration

For many of us, the holiday season starts right after Thanksgiving. People start to put up their Christmas decorations, finish up their holiday shopping, plan that ultimate Christmas party or dinner and for some, plan an awesome Holiday getaway for the family.

The Whole World Celebrates               

Christmas is not the only Holiday that is widely celebrated around the world around this time of the year. In fact in the US alone, there are many holidays that are celebrated by different cultures or religions.

The Holiday Season, a Multi-Cultural Celebration

For many of us, the holiday season starts right after Thanksgiving. People start to put up their Christmas decorations, finish up their holiday shopping, plan that ultimate Christmas party or dinner and for some, plan an awesome Holiday getaway for the family.

The Whole World Celebrates               

Christmas is not the only Holiday that is widely celebrated around the world around this time of the year. In fact in the US alone, there are many holidays that are celebrated by different cultures or religions.

Here are some of them (including Christmas):

  • Christmas - coming from the term "Mass for Christ", basically a Christian holiday that is celebrated on December 25, marking the birth of Jesus Christ. The majority of the holiday decorations, colors, clothing like holiday dresses for girls and holiday clothing for boys, etc are based mostly on Christmas.  The usual Christmas traditions like putting up a Christmas tree, giving of gifts (based on the three wise men or three kings who gave gifts to Jesus Christ), Santa Claus (based on Saint Nicholas a bishop known for his generosity) and the Christmas meal (originally a Christmas goose was served but this is now replaced by a Christmas turkey).


  • Hanukkah - A Jewish holiday proceeds Christmas every December. Hanukkah is the commemoration of the re dedication of the temple Jerusalem which was plundered in ancient times. The looters left the temple with only enough oil to light it for one night, but miraculously the oil lasted for 8 nights. The menorah symbolizes this miraculous event by lighting one candle of it every night. Other traditions are eating fried foods such as latkes and playing the dreidel game.


  • Eid al-Adha - or otherwise known as Festival of Sacrifice. This Muslim holiday honors Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son to God. This is one of the two most important holidays in Islam. Eld al-Adha follows the Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca. Traditions of this holiday is dressing up in fine clothes, visiting family, eating festive meals, and children receiving gifts.


  • Al-Hijira (the Islamic New Year) - this marks the begging of a new Islamic Calendar year. This is cultural event which some Muslims partake on the first day of Muharram, which is the first month in the Islamic Calendar. There is no religious significance with the Islamic New year.


  • Bodhi Day - is the Buddhist holiday that commemorates the day that the historical Buddha experienced enlightenment. Celebrated on December 8, this is a day of remembrance and meditation for many Buddhists. Many homes put up colored lights to recognize this day of enlightenment.  The multi-colored lights symbolizes the many pathways to enlightenment and are  turned on each evening beginning on December 8th and for 30 days thereafter.  A candle may also be lit for these thirty days to symbolize enlightenment. A meal of rice and milk is significant on this holiday.


  • Winter Solstice - or otherwise known as Yule. This pagan holiday was celebrated way before Jesus Christ was born. This marked when the worst of the winter was over, a turning point of the season. Many of our Christmas Traditions comes from this holiday like the Christmas tree, Yule logs, festive meals, and the traditional mistletoe and holly plants.


  • Kwanzaa - or "first fruits" in Swahili. Started in 1966, this is non-religious African-American holiday celebrating family, community, and culture is celebrated for seven days from. The holiday Traditions of Kwanzaa include Family gatherings, festive meals and lighting a candle for each of the seven days.

 

Here are the dates each of the mentioned holidays for 2012:

Christmas - December 25

Hanukkah - December 8-16

Eid al-Adha - October 26

Al-Hijira - November 15

Bodhi Day - December 8

Winter Solstice (Yule) - December 21

Kwanzaa - December 26

 

These are just some the cultural and religious holidays celebrated during this season. No matter what religion, culture or race you are, this holiday season is a time for joy and celebration, a time for families and friends to come together and celebrate the season with each other.

Celebrate in Style

Holiday trips and travel are big this season. For those who come from different parts of the country, in many cases, from other parts of the world, it is a chance to visit family and friends.

The general colors of the Holidays are green and red, with white, gold and silver thrown in. These colors complement each other, bringing out the season. Having a big solid base, like green, with a small accent of red and silver, can make anything (like clothing) stand out during the season. You can even have a bold white base and mix in some green and red to give that classic Holiday feel.

Scents and flavors are also big during the holidays. Cinnamon, peppermint, pine and nutmeg perforate our sense and gives us those happy feelings. Sometimes a nice cup of hot chocolate with some peppermint can really stir up the senses. What a way to enjoy the season on a cold winter night.

Shopping is very big too this holiday season, no matter what culture or religion you are. The term "holiday rush" is always used in conjunction with seasons shopping extravaganza. They don't call it the "holidaze" for nothing.

Going around from shop to shop is now slowly fading away. Buying online is fast becoming the preferred means of shopping nowadays. You can buy anything online, from holiday gifts like toys, jewelry and perfume, to holiday clothing like girl's holiday dresses, Christmas dresses and holiday sweaters. Shopping online is the most convenient way to shop. It makes retail therapy easy, fast, reliable all from the comfort of your own home. People don't really realize how much money they can save from shopping online. First and foremost, you get access to amazing holiday deals and discounts simply by subscribing to a site and knowing it's sale schedule. Second, you save yourself from impulse purchases. Think about it-- you can think about your purchase thoroughly, adding or subtracting items from your cart as needed. And third, you save so much on gas, parking tickets, toll fees, and even on food by just staying at home.