December 09, 2020
What to wear for Christmas this year

Everything is going to look a little different this Christmas, and with the absence of the usual, frenetic round of Christmas parties, work-do's, school concerts and other events, fewer outfit changes on any given day are required and there's less focus on glitz and glamour.

And while many of us might be celebrating differently this year with fewer loved ones around, why not embrace the fact that it's a little more relaxed? Christmas, for once, is looking infinitely less pressurised. 

Of course, we still want to look and feel fabulous through the festive season, and for us, the look this year is radiant yet relaxed. Slip into something a little more comfortable this Christmas. Our style guide is here to show you how...




Model @mirandaholderldn wears:
Miranda maxi skirt £90
Hugo cardi £49
Clotilde shirt £45 



Model @mirandaholderldn wears:
Miranda maxi skirt £90
Bonjour Paris sweatshirt £43



Model @girlwithbellsandwhistles wears:
Miranda wrap top gold £85



Model @madamebshops wears:
Jessica pleated midi skirt in metallic gold £59



Model @belsfashionedit wears:
Party midi skirt in gold £65
Julie jumper in cream £78 (sold out but available in camel & forest green)



Model @belsfashionedit wears:
Miranda maxi skirt £90
Julie jumper in camel £78 


Stéphanie Binlich

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