Monday, 8 December 2014

FASHION| CHRISTMAS DRESSES FROM GEORGE AT ASDA


CHRISTMAS DRESSES FROM ASDA

It is scary to think Christmas is around the corner! I mean how did that happen? No I haven't done my Christmas shopping, decorated my home or figured out what I am going to wear to my work Christmas party, which is this Thursday.... eeek! As you can guess it, I am a bit of an un-organised mess this Christmas, and I seriously need to find something affordable and fashionable for my xmas party!
Luckily, George at ASDA have a few options that have caught my fancy! If you know me well, you know I don't like to spend a lot but still look good. The thing with Christmas parties is that you end up spending loads and you never wear the outfits again! However, I am determined to find something versatile as I refuse to have another outfit collect dust at the back of my wardrobe. Above are some of the potentials I can rock this Thursday!
1)  ALL OVER SEQUIN DRESS £25.00- Truthfully, I never used to be a fan of sequins, but I really liked the look of this dress. It's a mini which is a plus and it is a little bit bodycon in shape. To style this, I'd wear strappy black heels and a simple clutch.

2) LACE PANEL PLAYSUIT-£16.00 - I love colbalt blue and playsuits! So this is such a pretty option for a Christmas outfit. I'd pair this with my leopard print court shoes, and gold box clutch.

The Bardot dress is such a classic and sexy option for a Christmas dress! I chose this dress in red because wearing black all the time is boring. Red is such a nice colour for my skin tone, plus it is festive.

4) BELTED CHAIN NECK JUMPSUIT-£20.00 -This jumpsuit is a wild card for me! I love jumpsuits, but I am scared that I can never pull it off What attracted me to this piece is that it is belted. As a curvy girl, I can't treally get away with anything too loose or shapeless as it makes me look bigger than I am. O like that there is a little bit of sexy with the keyhole cut in the top. I never really show my chest tbh, but I think this is enough flesh to be classy and sexy. How would I pair this, with my favourite chunky heels, red lippie and hair curled and swept to the side. 
 So these are my choices, which do you think I should go for?





*I worked with ASDA as a collaboration post.

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