// 1. Equestrian Clearance Boots // 2. Cooperative Chiffon Bow Blouse // 3. ModCloth Pencil Skirt // 4. Cooperative Geo Skirt // 5. Asos Petite Blouse // 6. Cooperative Square Neck Dress // 7. The Cambridge Satchel Company Shoulder Bag //
Each and every year, I spend hours searching for the perfect Christmas Day outfit. It’s a tradition of mine, yet I can’t remember when it started. Although I need no excuse to dress up, I like to look my best on Christmas Day. This year is certainly no exception.
I have fallen head over heels for this green Cooperative square neck dress. At the moment, I am crazy about sleeveless shift dresses layered with quirky collared blouses. Throw in a bow and I’m positively head over heels. Reduced to £30, this dress seems like a bargain and won’t be sat in my basket for long. Whilst I’m there, I’ll take any of those monochrome blouses. My wardrobe is bursting with shirts and blouses, however they’re either patterned or brightly coloured. Not great for layering.
Can we talk about those boots? Leather and under £20. In my opinion, ballet pumps and brogues can make an outfit appear sweet. I like to add a sixties feel to most looks, so these Chelsea boots are just perfect. Size 5, please.
As the festive season approaches, it’s always worth remembering that clothing is for life, not just for Christmas. I jest, but I do like to remix clothing in as many ways as possible. The purchase of an a-line skirt will enable me to wear the boots and either of the blouses again to create a different look.
What’s on your Christmas clothing wishlist?
Do you buy a special outfit for Christmas Day too?
As always, much love,
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