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THE HOLIDAYS- GUEST WARDROBE

In the event we go into a lockdown post Christmas, here is your chance to live it up high life style because you just never know when we’ll be able to dress up like this again. COVID is still circling back and touching base, and we are at her mercy. So, what are you wearing? Something from your wardrobe which we did not get a chance to wear last year or something fresh from the stores; Zara cans still get it to you the next day if you order before 5pm so have at it.

THE HOST

CECILE BAHNSEN

Ease and comfort in your own home, this is granny at her cottagecore finest, team this with, dare I say it, some kitten heels


THE NEW IN-LAW

ALTUZARRA

This is what you wear when you are trying to make an impression before the wheels come off and you get comfortable


THE COUSIN WHO IS ALWAYS MIA

RIXO

We all have one in our family, and having our darling dear cousin with us over the holidays is always a lot of fun no least because of the stories.


THE FASHION PLATE

ZARA

Because, nothing, absolutely nothing, will be chicer than a slip dress, except when a silk kimono is thrown over it. Especially sexy with barely there heels


THE ONE ON THE WAY TO THE AFTER PARTY

This is one in a long list of parties for the night, the one who never knows where she’ll end up but wherever it is, on a bed, on a plane or some cabana on a beach somewhere, it is bound to be a good time


THE ONE ON THE WAY FROM THE BEFORE PARTY

Always later, but there for the good times. What is time? What is a watch, she’ll get there when she gets there and you’ll still love her for it.


THE ONE WITH WHOM ITS ALWAYS A GOOD TIME

Never a dull moment, never a boring story, never not having fun and always, always turns up with a bottle or two for the turn up. Dancing on tables is her calling card.


THE LITTLE THINGS

Accessorise. Accessorise. Accessobloodyrise. It wakes up an outfit like nothing you have ever seen but also be careful not to look like a Christmas Tree… find your balance and strike it.

One last thing, remember to stay safe out there, take care of yourselves and each other.

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