What To Wear On Christmas Day

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Eat, sleep, drink, repeat. That’s what I’ve done every Christmas day until now, and that’s what I’ll be doing again this time around. 

As always, this raises two problems: 1) I’ll gain 5lbs and go up 2 clothes sizes by the end of the night. 2) I’ll need my clothes to double up as pyjamas.

The solution? A super stretchy waistband and extra soft fabrics and, after a long, hard search, I’ve found an outfit that has those and looks good. 

 I went for two key trends: ruffles + red. As well as the fact both are huge right now, they’re practically made for Christmas.

Admittedly, the final look isn’t a particularly festive one, but you’ll come to know I’m not big on colour, while I felt the subtle pop of red made for a more grown-up look than if I’d gone bold all over. Plus, it’s an outfit we can recycle all season and no-one’ll ever know what it was made for! 

What do you think? Shop the look below!

BW x

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photo-19-11-2016-14-49-02SHOP THE LOOK

Shirt | Zara, £19.99

Jeans | Topshop, £40

Belt | ASOS, £11

Boots | Zara, £55.99

Bag | Zara, £39.99

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