Christmas Day is exactly 7 days away, which is exactly next week Monday. I don’t know about your family but ours celebrate this day by going to church in the morning and gather with friends. We’ve been doing this since I was born and it is a tradition I hope to carry into my own home one day. I know other people do the same thing as our family and like to dress up for this special occasion. How you do it is up to you but today I am sharing some ideas you might want to consider especially if you need inspiration.
In December 2015 I put together some really impressive Christmas Outfit Ideas and last year I kept it simple. I figured for those who don’t wish to get dressed up and just want to Stay warm and Stylish. But regardless of what you plan on doing this Christmas, make sure it’s something you will love and enjoy. After all Christmas is all about bringing families and friends together to celebrate the joy of the festive season.
Christmas Day Outfit Idea
When thinking of what to wear for Christmas Day itself it can be a daunting task trying to look put together. I know most times I struggle because the items I usually have are not ‘Church appropriate’. But that doesn’t stop me from trying different outfits until I have something that I really like.
The majority of Christmas outfits are either sparkles or Red, which I both love and enjoying wearing. Except this year I am toying with a couple of ideas; maybe donning a teal coloured dress. I think pairing it with black and red heels which are such a statement on their own. Another idea which I love for whole year round is a satin cocktail dress which is both unparalleled and sophisticated. Pairing this dress off with a nice pair of black heels screams party ready without even trying.
When it comes to accessorising my outfits I absolutely love to keep it as simple as in possibly can. I love simple clutch hand bags with minimal detail on them but helps to complete an outfit. Even for jewellery I keep it even more simple but playful like these double triangle earrings with fringes.
As I mentioned, in my family we dress up for Christmas Day and go to church then either have dinner with friends or at home. If you don’t dress up, you can keep warm and snuggly which is my favourite thing to do afterwards.