For Christmas Day I wanted something that was feminine, pretty but a bit more grown up than yesterday's 'babygirl' look.
The dress has to be up to the challenges of Christmas Day. Patterns are kitchen camouflage should your apron be found lacking; Circles skirts are also great for sprinting after your sisters escaping dogs which has formed part of the Christmas dinner tradition for years now LOL It also has to have a bit of give in the waist for dinner :) Effortless, elegant, practical and fun!
This dress falls beautifully over your figure, it somehow manages to cling to the right places whilst at the same time making you want to dance around the house to a bit of Bing and Frank!
The top is rouched and has piping that accentuates your bust, it is a slim fit to the waist, with a tie halterneck. The full skirt is just made to make you spin but it still flatters the figure. It is an ageless design and print. A pale English rose in a dark cabbage rose print :) an all round winner and "baby bear's porridge" when it comes to what to wear for Christmas day.
Bolero: Pointelle Bolero by pinuprgirlclothing
Dress: Frenchie Halter Dress in Dark Cabbage Rose by Bernie Dexter
Shoes: Kurt Geiger
HAPPY CHRISTMAS - wherever you are, whatever you are doing, keep calm and do it fabulously and with style!
Big hugs to all the awesome people who have touched my life this year.
Love and hot chocolate
Take care, stay safe
P.S. Don't forget to make your Christmas wish!
The Hostess with the Mostess
Circle skirts make you smile and dance :)
Queen's Speech - Focus......
Fizz? Go on, you will, you will, you will...Ah go on!
Making a Christmas Wish........
Cheeky! If I tell you it won't come true ;) XxX
Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas
(The song rather than the video)
Photos: Marvellous Marv the Hardware Hippo and Best Friend in the Universe