Blogmas Day 10: What to wear on Christmas Day

I can’t believe we’re up to Blogmas Day 10; December is simply flying!

So today I thought I’d post some cute outfits to wear on Christmas Day. Most of these outfits are quite casual and relaxed and allows you to run around on the day whilst being comfortable!

I feel like we get so busy choosing gifts and preparing for Christmas Day that we tend to forget about what we’ll be wearing. Like most, I tend to be a frazzled mess by the time the big day rolls around and I pretty much wear the first thing I see in my wardrobe.

So here’s my top outfit picks, I hope you enjoy!

For a casual Christmas Day look this maxi dress is perfect! It’s flowy (so you can go back for seconds and thirds!) and comes in a pretty floral print.

Brand: Esther Collection

Price: $69.95

For something a bit more glam, this beautiful rust coloured dress is sure to make a splash! I like how the fit is quite relaxed yet the fabric makes is a bit fancy!

Brand: Esther Collection

Price: $119.95

For an outdoor Christmas shindig, this cotton mini dress will keep you calm and collected. I actually tried this dress on (sadly it’s sold out in my size) and it was so light and comfortable on!

Brand: Folkstore

Price: $79.00

If play suits are more your thing, this cotton one from Saboskirt is a good one! It’s made from a ribbed fabric and features tortoiseshell buttons for a cute look.

Brand: Saboskirt

Price: $68.00

Now for the outfits I’d really love to wear but just ain’t possible because a) it’s too hot and b) I’m not Blair Warldorf (or royalty). Ha ha

Have you organised your Christmas Day outfit?

Roxane

2 Comments

  1. December 12, 2019 / 7:39 pm

    Oooh I love this style of blog post Roxane – your blogmas content is totally getting me in the festive mood hehe 🙂

    • abeautywanderer
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      December 14, 2019 / 7:01 pm

      Thanks Daisy! It’s so much fun in the lead up to Christmas.

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