Yes, it seems to be that time of year again. Finding the perfect dress for the festive season can be pleasurable or as I often find; very frustrating.
This outift below would be my ideal outfit for this Christmas. The Dolce & Gabbana red, embellished lace dress exudes all the warmth, glitz and optimism you expect at this time of year, making it just right for Christmas. I usually go by the rule less is more, however Christmas is an exception, so the more jewellery and glitter the better! Team your outfit with several gold necklaces, gold nails, red lips and sophisticated court shoes with a touch of gold, to be sure you embrace the festive season with style, enthusiasm and glamour.
At weekend I ventured into London. On the Saturday I went to some fashion talks at the Victoria & Albert museum in the morning. In the afternoon my friend and I decided to tackle Oxford Street to go shopping, which was not a good idea – it was the busiest I have ever seen, it was a challenge finding your way anywhere!.
It was the 1st December on Sunday, therefore my friends and I found it acceptable to finally go to the Christmas markets and embrace the festive ambience.
Here are some pictures I took over the weekend.
One of Selfridges magical window displays. One of my favourite windows, largely down to the fact the centre piece is a huge YSL clutch bag.
Selfridges Kenzo parachutes
Selfridges window display featuring a huge Charlotte Olympia slipper.
Selfridges – oh imagine owning a giant bottle of flower bomb perfume?
Selfridges always does bigger and better. Even its headphones are bigger and better.
Oxford Street at dusk.
View of Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.
The attention is always on Big Ben
The river Thames and of course the London Eye.
The London Eye & I.
South Bank Christmas Market
Fudge on sale at the Christmas Market.
The fudge looks too tempting
Festive atmosphere at the South Bank Market.