In a week time we will sit at the table and celebrate the most common Christian festivity - Christmas.
As far as I remember these days had always something magic, extraorinary and metaphysical. As a child I thought it was the most beautiful holiday of all. I still do, only now I know that the presents do not come from.... Pssst, better not to say. Let's keep it magic and exceptional...
On this occasion we will try to dress our best, I suppose :-) At least we should try.
The embellished halter neck detail of the ROISHA dress (left) has a deliciously opulent finish and the flared hem emphasizes the feminine neck. The cut away back Roisha dress closes with a gold toned exposed back zip.
the PERLA SEQUIN maxi dress (right) that harks back to stylish Hollywood glamour covered in glimmering sequins.
I follow the Claire's advice to have this time non-black Christmas outfit. Awww, it's difficult but not impossible. Let's look further on...
Or, again, a navy blue mid-lenght party dress of Marchesa Notte (left), with shimmery lace and a black velvet belt at waist. Marchesa is well known from its bridal and eveningwear collections. When I look at the summer 2014 collection I realise that I could buy nearly all items, wow... So feminine and simply beautiful.
St Emile proposed already this summer this beautiful light pink silk dress (right) that can be perfectly worn to a Chrismas dinner or any other gala evening. Btw, this model is now on sale in Zalando.
for a change and for younger, braver public Just Cavalli proposes this multicoloured silk coctail dress (left). Why not?
So, can we make this Christmas a non-black celebration time? I guess we can. Good luck!