I have put together 2 winter outfits for Blogmas, one casual and one dressy. I have been loving these outfits at the moment and they are perfect for the winter months!
This silk shirt dress with belt detailing and a dropped back hem is perfect for Christmas parities or family meals over the festive period. It is so flattering as it pulls in at the waste. The abstract print is subtle but still stunning with button down detail. I love that this dress is so comfortable and light. I paired it with my All Saints Balfern leather jacket, which I am completely in love with. I have had this jacket for over a year now and I wear it all the time, and it still looks great! It is definitely one of my favourite pieces of clothing I own. I finished the outfit with heeled leather boots from TopShop, which I only purchased a few weeks ago but I can’t find them on the website unfortunately! You could also pair this dress with some court heels if you wanted to dress it up even more.
The next outfit is a more casual one; great for Christmas shopping or a day wandering around a Christmas market. For the top I chose this long sleeved jumper from Calvin Klein Jeans. The material is so soft and I really like the elastic band detail on the hem. I also wore this denim skirt from TopShop, which was a great buy as it goes with anything and you can dress it up or down. I put on some plain black tights and another pair of TopShop heeled boots with grey marble detail on the heel. Again, I can’t find these boots on the website but found some similar ones! I completed the look with my French Connection tan coat with leather sleeves. This is another coat that I wear a lot around winter time as it is quite warm but also looks really smart and makes a casual outfit look that little bit more dressed up. I then used my Michael Kors chain strap bag, as it is easy to carry and really cute too!
I hope you liked my winter outfits, there will be more outfit posts to come throughout the month!
Let me know what you think of my Blogmas posts so far!
Thanks for reading,
Georgia May X