Monday, 24 November 2014

Ruth's Guide To Christmas Outfits

 Ruth likes to dress up so Christmas is the perfect time for shopping! She'd like to share her favourite outfits this season.
 
 
There are so many things happening during the festive season, from office parties, to socialising with friends and family and, of course, the main event of Christmas dinner. I've been doing a lot of shopping to make sure I have outfits for every eventuality. Here are my favourites:
 
Event: Office Party
 
 
I love this dress, with its floral lace pattern and skirt that is ideal for dancing (think of the twirls). I'd team it with these gorgeous silver/black platform court shoes
 
 
 
 
 
Event: drinks with friends
 
 
I love wearing dresses and I adore prints, so this dress is perfect for meeting up with friends for a few festive drinks!
 
I'd team it up with a pair of knee-length boots and a purple satin clutch bag to add a bit of bling
 

 
 
 
 
 
Event: Christmas Dinner
 
I like to feel comfortable on Christmas Day (especially after I've stuffed myself with my mum's gorgeous turkey with all the trimmings. Plus Christmas pudding. And chocolate) so I'll be wearing this tunic. I love the colour and the sequin detail adds a bit of festive sparkle
 
 
I'd team the tunic with leggings and some glittery peep-toe heels to add a bit more sparkle (you can never have too much sparkle at Christmas!)
 
 
 
 
 
Event: The Whole Festive Period
 
Everybody needs a festive jumper! I love this Rudolph jumper with pom-pom nose from Yours Clothing.
 
 
 
I wish you all a very merry Christmas - whatever you're wearing!
 
 
A Beginner's Guide To Christmas is a free festive short story. It's available to download from Amazon here
 
If you've read A Beginner's Guide To Christmas, I'd love to hear what you thought about the story. You can leave a review on Amazon or on Goodreads
 
Click here to see all Book Extras for A Beginner's Guide To Christmas

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