Thursday 13 November 2014

My Christmas party look with George at Asda

xmas party with george at asda

The festive season is edging closer and closer, this year seems to have absolutely flown by! I honestly cannot believe it is nearly Christmas again.. not that I'm complaining, I love this time of year! If you're a fan of Christmas too and are heading out for a Christmas party, maybe with work or friends, here's a little inspiration for you. I put together this outfit in collaboration with George at Asda and their dress range.

 I love George's range of clothes as a whole, they are always spot on with the fashion and trends but their prices are so affordable. I also love how you can sneak a few items on top of the grocery bill so you're partner doesn't notice ;)

For my Christmas party look, I chose this gorgeous black sequin dress. I have always wanted an all over sequin/glitter dress but never gone for it. I love the fact it has sleeves as it is so cold in the evening I couldn't be out in anything too skimpy! (that the Mother in me talking now!!) I love the neckline, I think it's quite flattering regardless of your chest size. It's also a modest length; not too short so is mummy appropriate! The subtle pattern would also help disguise any little lumps and bumps you may be conscious of.

To accessorise, I chose some little black sandals and personally I need an ankle strap to hold me in my shoes! I find with basic court shoes my feet just slip out no matter what size I get. The embellishment also adds to the party look.

 I chose the red bag as I wanted to add in a touch of the Christmassy colours and not do the all black look. This one is a great size for all the essentials. I finished off with a gold scarf as it serves two purposes.. it can act as an extra layer if you're walking too and from the party but also adds a different dimension to jewellery and brings another christmas colour to the outfit.

What would you wear?

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