On Christmas Day I like to get up and have breakfast in my pyjamas then take a really long shower and pamper myself, applying a hair mask and exfoliating myself all over. After that is done I spend time moisturising and blow-drying my hair, styling it into curls or fashioning it into a pretty updo. I then take my time applying makeup. I spray myself with my poshest fragrance before getting dressed.
I know this seems like a lot for Christmas day but I like to get dressed up in my most fancy clothes, often a dress and high heels as it makes the day feel even more special. In years past I have bought new clothes for the occasion – a black velvet dress with black sparkly heels one year, a halter neck jumpsuit with diamante detailing around the neckline with glittered silver strappy sandals, a deep red chiffon dress with black over knee boots another year.
This year I have several options, I have a few different dresses which have hardly been worn so I don’t have the pressures of looking for and purchasing something to wear. My options so far are a purple wrap-around dress, a black dress, or a skirt and top combo or even trousers and a top. I have no real idea of what I want to wear but I do know that I will be making an effort with what I wear for the day.
What do you wear on Christmas day? Do you dress up? leave me a comment and let me know!
It’s the first Sunday in December and also the first Sunday of Blogmas! Sunday’s on the blog for December will now be known as Sparkle Sunday which will be about Christmas fashion! Today’s entry is all about my fashion choices for Christmas Eve!
For many Christmasses, Christmas Eve has been a day of getting up really early and hitting the shops to get the Christmas vegetables and any other Christmas food and drink items that may have been forgotten or that need to be bought last minute. I normally choose my most comfy, easy to wear clothes to run these errands and along the way I pick up some new, cosy pyjamas, socks and slippers.
Once I get home I have a shower, wash my hair and face and apply some lovely scented body cream before sliding into my new pyjamas.
The day is spent preparing all the vegetables for Christmas dinner and cooking some things, like the mashed potatoes, which can be heated up on the day. Once all the preparations have been made, and the table has been laid, all the presents are wrapped, I sit on the sofa with a glass of bubbly and snuggle down with Roxy to watch Christmas films until bed time.
Pyjamas are the best thing on Christmas Eve as they are cosy and warm, easy to move about in and make me feel really Christmassy. I love fleece or brushed cotton pyjamas and with so many different styles and prints available it often doesn’t feel like you are wearing pyjamas. And if you have anyone popping in unannounced, you can chuck a jumper over the top and not feel too underdressed or self-conscious!
What are your go-to fashions for Christmas Eve? I’d love to know so leave me a comment!