Saturday 22 December 2018


Every one of us ladies are bound to have a Christmas soirĂ©e to attend, giving us an excuse for a new outfit, shoes and accessories. Some of us have more than one, which means we need multiple options. And New Year's Eve requires a complete slay to say "thank u, next" to 2018. This can be a dilemma when we have way too many options right now, so I thought I would narrow down the most popular styles this festive season to clear your mind and shop with ease. 

Sparkle Season

Whilst we dance under the disco ball, why not shine like one too? 


And if full outfit sparkle isn't your thing, why not go for accessories?


Top: Primark // Skirt: Custom

Champagne Poppin'

All from Pretty Little Thing because they are dripping in that champagne goodness...


Feeling Festive

A little green and red never hurt anyone at this time of year, plus you'll always be on theme!


Release The Wild

Animal prints are dominating once more and it seems like party season is the perfect time to go full wild, both in behaviour and style.


Dress: ASOS (old) // Shoes: Charles & Keith

Little Black Dress

The little black dress is a classic, forever piece that you'll probably already have in your wardrobe. But I mean, there's never enough excuses to add to the collection. 


Dress: Missguided (linked below) // Shoes: Dune London

Bodycon Baby

When in doubt, bodycon dresses are there to save the day. Their simplicity and curve hugging ways leave you with a defined shape and class. 


So there we have it, a few options to jazz up your wardrobe this festive season! I focused on the outfits, but if you want inspiration for accessories and shoes, check my Christmas Gift Guide for the Ladies for my current top picks. Or if you want specific options, feel free to message me on Instagram or Twitter and I'll be happy to help you out with styling. 

May you drink and be merry this holiday season, and look absolutely flawless whilst doing so!

Lots of love, 

Emily xx


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