One festive dress, three ways
When it comes to Christmas Day dressing, it's nice to treat yourself to something new. But, how do you get more get-ups for your buck in the new year? Re-cycling dresses might seem like a sartorial shocker but adding some of your everyday wear into the mix will mean you can maximise its outings.
Desk dressing demands a multi-tasking outfit; appropriate for the office and for after-work drinks. This dress with its high neck line and just-above-the-knee length does the job, but it’s the ensemble add-ons that make the look. When it comes to shoes, a pair of humble loafers is the way to go – comfortable and cool, while a super chunky knit and sophisticated trench coat will add some serious chic.
Dinner at a swish restaurant, cinema and a night cap or bowling, you need your date night outfit to cater to all three. You want to look stylish at the same time as being comfortable. This dress and a pair of thigh high boots were made for each other. They’re on trend and there’s varying heel heights to ensure your feet last the whole evening through – just chuck on an oversized denim jacket to add some cool.
Party on past the festive season by changing up the way you wear your dress with statement accessories, the way you wear your hair and what makeup look you go for. Why not throw your hair up in a messy pony and add some look-at-me dangly earrings? Compliment the look with a slick of ruby red lipstick and some slip on metallic courts.
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