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Outfit Yourself For Every Aspect of Your Christmas Day

Outfit Yourself For Every Aspect of Your Christmas Day

For me, Christmas Day is the best day of the year. Filled with family, food and fun the day cannot be topped by any other in the calendar year. And although Christmas is about so much more than material goods; I also love to treat Christmas day as my very own fashion show. There are so many occasions on Christmas day that allows for so many options. It adds to the fun of the day for me. Although pyjamas are always a staple, here is a run-down of outfit inspiration for every aspect of your Christmas Day.

Christmas Eve Celebrations:

Although I said that this was a run-down of outfit inspiration for Christmas Day, how could I exclude Christmas Eve celebrations from this list of festivities? The anticipation of the day ahead becomes an extension of the main event. Whether your Christmas Eve involves dressing-up and heading out or cosying in, I have some outfit inspiration for you.

If you opt for Christmas Eve parties then look no further than Zara’s viral ‘Satin Dress with Rhinestone Straps’.

An Image of the popular ZARA rhinestone dress; the perfect out for Christmas.
© ZARA

This dress has been a winner for the internet and would be perfect for your Christmas Eve. The elegant and simple design is met with the perfect amount of sparkle on the rhinestone straps. 

However, if your Christmas Eve consists of a night under blankets, eating good food and watching Christmas films then do so in comfort and style with Skims Cosy collection. The white set is both cosy and comfortable as well as being a major hit with fans this year.

Christmas Morning:

Of course, no Christmas morning would be complete without the perfect pyjamas to start the day in. Whether you opt for a classic pyjama set or indulge in novelty from head-to-toe, pyjamas are arguably the most important outfit of your festive period. 

The White Company’s ‘Brushed-Cotton Snowflake Star Pyjamas are the perfect sophisticated and simple nod to Christmas for your Christmas morning.

The White Company's outfit for the holidays is starry pyjamas.
© The White Company

The white set features a wide-leg pyjama bottom and a classic pyjama shirt with navy snowflakes and piping. 

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M&S holiday campaign with the family wearing a matching outfit of pyjamas.
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Alternatively, if you want to go bolder on your Christmas morning; tartan pyjamas are a classic and Marks and Spencer offer a matching set for all of the family.

The classic red set is a tradition for many families across the world and so if your pair needs updating the ‘Checked Family Pyjama Set’ is perfect for the classic shirt and loose trouser style. 

Christmas Dinner:

For me, styling for Christmas Dinner is all about big, cosy jumpers and channelling Cameron Diaz in The Holiday. This year I will probably be wearing the Zara ‘Striped Knit Sweater’ or & Other Stories’ ‘Relaxed Breton Stripe Sweater’. I’ll pair it with some split hem trousers or straight-leg jeans. Alternatively, a cable knit jumper is always a fashionable and warm option. & Other Stories have the perfect one (‘Cable Knit Wool Sweater’). 

DINNER VIBES

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If dinner is your only opportunity to dress up this Christmas, my top pick for you is Abercrombie and Fitch’s ‘Long-Sleeve Poplin Squareneck Corset Top’. It is a beautiful blouse to wear this year. The rich green colour offers an alternative to the usual Christmas red but still feels festive. Due to the corset-style top, you can pair it with trousers, jeans, or a skirt.  I would personally pair this top with black tights, heeled boots and a satin black mini-skirt. The Moa Mattsson x NA-KD ‘Recycled Satin Mini Skirt’ offers a lovely feminine and flowy look. 

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