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What to Wear? Your Style Guide for the Christmas Party Season
At this time of year, diaries are jam-packed with social events, and even the most committed party animals admit to fearing how they’ll make it to Christmas Day in one piece! For those expecting, such a social whirl can be daunting – not least because dressing your bump for such occasions can be a challenge. And for the rest of us, finding that go-to party look that makes you feel fabulous and festive with minimal fuss can be a lifesaver. Fear not, we have effortless chic nailed this festive season…read on for some serious style inspiration…
The Cocktail Party
Whether it’s the office party or a Christmas night out with friends, we think the allure of the LBD is hard to resist. Pregnant or not, a figure-flattering black dress is the classic choice for understated glamour. Our selection of LBDs are impeccably tailored and made from luxurious fabrics. Simply add a little festive sparkle with twinkling gold accessories and…ta-daaa, you’re party-ready!
The ‘At Home’ Christmas Drinks Party
Entertaining at home is what Christmas is all about. Opening your door to friends & family with a log fire blazing and beautiful decorations on display – not to mention the mulled wine and mince pies – is as festive as it gets. Whether host or guest, we suggest opting for a statement top paired with leather leggings and a cute pair of heels. This is sleek off-duty style that works every time.
The Black-tie Event
Red carpet looks can be challenging – with or without a baby bump. We’ve been there, which is why we created the Juno dress, our showstopper. Floor-length printed silk with a sexy, low-cut neckline, this is pure heaven to wear. The epitome of feminine elegance, this dress makes a statement all of its own so just add some chandelier earrings and your black-tie dilemma is solved. Or to show off a super svelte figure, opt for our impeccably tailored Sophia dress that oozes classic, old world glamour and sophistication. Be warned ladies, heads WILL turn…