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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 03: Mariah Carey performs at the 81st Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Pre-Tape at Rockefeller Center on December 3, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by James Devaney/WireImage)

30 Glitzy Fashion & Beauty Items Under $100 To Get You in The Holiday Spirit

   Mariah Carey

On the eleventh day of Christmas, VIBE Vixen gave it's readers a guilt-free reason to shop for themselves this Christmas.

The hustle and bustle of the holidays have taken over, and the hunt for the perfect Christmas gift(s) are on. But don't let this stressful time of year get you down. Click next and check out 30 glitzy fashion & beauty items under $100 to get you in the holiday spirit.

 

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Silence + Noise Sequin Pant, $99 at Urban Outfitters.

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HOLIDAY25ASOS Honey Pot Heeled Sandals, $94.75 at Asos.

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holiday27Nadri Drop Earrings, $50 at Bloomingdales.

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Givenchy Beauty Le Vernis Folie Scintilante - No. 23, $20 at Barneys.

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ASOS Metallic Quilted Clutch Bag, $22.74 at Asos.

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Metallic Headwrap, $3.90 at Forever 21.

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holiday22Sequined Wide-Leg Pants, $59.95 at H&M.

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holiday20Pave Triangle Pyramid Drop Earrings, $98 at BCBG.

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HOLIDAY24Sequined Skirt, $69.95 at H&M.

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ASOS Maxi Dress with Sexy Back in Metallic, $90.96 at Asos.

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holiday6Kate Spade New York Sequined Pop-Top Mittens, $78 at Saks.

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ASOS Easy Money Pointed Chelsea Ankle Boots, $85.28 at Asos.

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holiday29Nadri Small Irregular Hoop Earrings, $35 at Bloomingdales.

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holiday8Bobbi Brown 'Scotch on the Rocks – Warm Glow 'Eyeshadow Palette (Limited Edition), $67.50 at Nordstrom.

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ABS by Allen Schwartz Jewelry, $75 at Saks.

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holiday12Sparkle Fringe Shorts, $70 at Topshop.

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holiday11Sequin Sweat, $90 at Topshop.

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Glisten Up Sequin Sweatshirt, $88 at Nasty Gal.

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holiday19ASOS Halcyon Heeled Sandals, $72.01 at Asos.

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Sequinned Longline Shorts, $65 at Topshop.

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holiday7Bobbi Brown 'Sparkle' Eyeshadow, $28.80 at Nordstrom.

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UO Sparkle Collection Nail Polish, $5 at Urban Outfitters.

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Tildon Grafitti Sequin Blazer, $88 at Nordstrom.

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holiday9Stila 'Jewel Eye' Eyeshadow Compact, $20 at Nordstrom.

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ASOS Pleated Midi Skirt in Metallic, $46.43 at Asos.

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holiday13Levtex 'Drama Queen' Zip Pouch, $18 at Nordstrom.

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 Sequined-Stripe Shirt, $17.90 at Forever 21.

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Silence + Noise Striped Rocker Sequin Tee, $79 at Urban Outfitters.

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holiday28Nadri Novelette Pave Drop Earrings, $52.50 at Bloomingdales.

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holiday23Pile Jacket with Sequins, $79.95 at H&M.

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New Look Jazzle Black Glitter Lace Up Brogue Shoes, $37.88 at Asos.

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