What To Wear On Christmas Day

Christmas Day decorations

Know What To Wear On Christmas Day?

 

Yes it can be difficult deciding what to wear on Christmas Day. Are you the type to dress up?
Or do you prefer to dress as you do everyday but perhaps with just a tiny bit of glitter and tinsel?
Perhaps you like to wear pyjamas, cotton or silk and dressed up or down?

 

Christmas Day Dresses
(and a sporty silk jumpsuit)

With one of the hardest years we’ve experienced and with many of us not able to be with our families this Christmas, I’ve chosen a selection of festive dresses plus a jumpsuit for the holiday.

All of these can also be worn for other occasions from New Year’s Eve to Easter, so don’t keep them hanging in your wardrobe alone and forlorn!

Colourwise, I’ve gone for traditional red, a touch of Nordic folk, plus some metallic lurex sparkle.
And a faux fur to go with everything.
I’ve kept shoe height to a wearable option, especially if like many of us, you’ve not worn 7cm heels for a while!

What to wear on Christmas Day

 

Dark red tulip sleeve velvet dress, Cefinn 
Royal red sporty evening jumpsuit, MeandEm
Mono rose red georgette dress with tiered skirt, Ghost
Black/white belted fringed wool blend dresss, Alice + Olivia
Metallic knitted dress, Staud
Anthracite fit and flare dress in lurex metallic, Joseph
Black faux fur collar coat, Hobbs


The Alternative Christmas Day Look,
The Pyjama Option

My edited list comprises gorgeous silk pyjama sets to wear from day to night.
Some are so fabulous, you only need a pair of mules or sparkly heels.
Whe nLockdown mean we can’t go out and celebrate, there’s nothing stopping you from
a cosy night in or rather a dressed-up at-home evening.

 

Pyjamas to wear on Christmas Day

 

Fuchsia pink playful jacquard PJ set, Kitri
Printed silk satin pyjamas, Olivia von Halle
Navy, green & gold silk dachshund print PJ’s, MeandEm
Printed cotton PJ set, Desmond &  Dempsey 
Classic blue stripe cotton PJ’s, The White Company
Black/white mini leopard print cotton PJ’s, Whistles
Burgundy stretch modal PJ’s, Eberjey
Navy silk smoking suit pyjama set, The White company

 

Planning For The New Year?

There’s no better time between Christmas Day and New Year to start planning your 2021 wardrobe.
And the best way to start is to review your existing wardrobe.

That’s right, you want to shop in your own wardrobe first.
You’ll want to review and edit it. After that, you’ll have the starting point for a capsule wardrobe.

It’s much easier conducting a Wardrobe Edit with a professional stylist.
And you can now take advantage of a 1-hour Zoom call with me to help edit your wardrobe.

 

Schedule a 60-minute Zoom call

Book-in for a 60-minute Zoom session and let me edit your wardrobe.
You’re sure to have a few pieces that you have a feeling should be passed on.
So use my professional stylist’s eye and allow me to take a closer look.

I’ll give you some tips on what to add, to make shopping in your own wardrobe well worth your time.
And I’ll even explain how to adapt it further for Spring.
To book a Zoom slot at your convenience, simply click here.

In the meantime, may I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy 2021.

 


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