What does your christmas day outfit look like?

Do you fall into the “I dress up, it’a a special day" camp or are you a member of the “I’m lounging in my Christmas sweater as I’ll be at home” squad? 

Whichever you fall into, that’s really great - it’s about feeling comfortable and at your best. And we can help…

Super casual

For those who prefer to stay super casual, a cosy matching loungewear set is right up there in the comfort stakes. Try this one…  The velour top features stylish shoulder detailing and the fabric is super soft. With matching bottoms, what could be more cosy on Christmas Day when teamed with your slippers. 


Dressing up

At the opposite end of the outfit spectrum, you might prefer to dress up for Christmas Day, after all, we’re not heading out to Christmas parties as we know them, this year are we? So, might it be the only opportunity you have to dress up? 

I adore this black/gold top from Saint Tropez which pairs well with coated jeans, black trousers, leather skirt… It’s hard to tell on screen but the black is a velvet texture providing an element of luxury to the metallic. 

How about a dress? This dual fabric combo dress from Jovanna is stunning. The comfort of a knit with the elegance of the sleeves. Teamed with a pair of white ankle boots and you’re onto a winner…

Christmas luxury is all about the fabric… for those who love  a jumpsuit, this Sugarhill Brighton is gorgeous..comy…soft… AND stylish Velvet Jumpsuit...

“Jeans and a nice top”? Of course, there are those of us who fall somewhere in between… we like to make a little effort yet love the idea of teaming that with comfort too. So how about upping your game on jeans and opting for a coated pair like these…… super comfortable but also super stylish. A great long term addition to your wardrobe as can be dressed up or down. 

Team these with a cosy sweater or knit… like these for example; What a stunner this knit is with it’s fantastic bow detail on the sleeves. 

Whatever your preference, dress for you. Enjoy your Christmas preparations and I hope you are able to be with your loved ones. 

Sarah x





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