Between wrapping presents, delivering sugar cookies for that exchange and preparing the food for Christmas dinner, there isn’t a whole lot of time to think about yourself or what to wear this season.
Leave it to us! We’ve planned your entire wardrobe for the next few hours of holiday fun! Now you can spend less time worrying about throwing something together and more time enjoying the company of the one’s you love.
12 p.m. – Christmas Eve
Give guests a warm welcome in a snuggly sweater and a cute seasonal hat. (We know, it’s a Southern Christmas, but you gotta sneak in the warm stuff whenever you can! And Christmas Eve definitely counts!) You’ll be comfy enough to sneak to sweep the glitter off the floor and your guests will think you look holiday ready.
6 p.m – Candlelight Service
For tonight’s big event, pair a rockin’ set of boots with some warm peek-out socks with some tights or leggings, a cute sweater dress and an adorable wrap. You’ll look stylish and put together and once again, comfy enough to serve the after-service hors d’oeuvres.
6 a.m. – Christmas Pancake Breakfast + Santa + Presents
The best moment of the holiday comes in those early morning hours where you’re with the ones you love and everything is merry and bright. Don a cute holiday sweater (We suggest red, ya filthy animal!) and cute leggings with Christmas socks and some reindeer ears or a Santa hat for the kiddos. If everyone wakes up in cute matching pajamas, we suggest staying in those all day too!
6 p.m. – The Neighbor’s Holiday Party
Okay. You’ve been comfy all weekend, so now’s the time to get glam. Throw on your best red or black dress and your furriest accessory. Don’t forget to up the beauty ante here as well. Go with statement earrings and a great updo. Is your holiday party more laid back? Switch the dress for a sweater and pair with a fur vest or fur boots.
Have a little extra time? Check out our Holiday Fashion Feature for more amazing styles.
Now, go have yourself a Merry Little Christmas! oxoxoxo, LBDLRW