Every day I am enjoying this story of versatile pieces, you know? You may even be wondering what this has to do with the Christmas look and what I tell you is that precisely on these “special” occasions we end up buying much more than necessary.
In this holiday season and in the madness of buying gifts, we are really tempted to invest in extravagant pieces to celebrate the occasion, after all, there are many beautiful things! However, just think about how many times you wore that red Christmas dress you bought last year or the day before. Few, right? It was thinking about avoiding this type of thing that I decided to do this post giving an idea of Christmas look, but that will certainly be used numerous times during the year.
First of all, there is nothing worse than feeling uncomfortable in your clothes. Even if you want to buy a new piece, choose a model that you feel comfortable using and that matches your style. I, for example, chose a midi dress with a marked waist that is mega comfortable and beautiful.
The color is the same story: it is not because it is Christmas that you need to be red or wearing glitter from head to toe. I myself chose a print with a terracotta background that has much more to do with me than a bright red. Aah, it’s also cool to think of other ways to use the piece before you buy, see? Even if the dress is wonderful, it is not worth taking if it only goes with a sandal. This Antix model goes with everything: thin-heeled sandals, thick-heeled mules, flat shoes and even sneakers on a daily basis.
Well, I think I could understand that the issue here is to bet on pieces that go far beyond the occasion. Clothes are not disposable and we have to start thinking about the most diverse possibilities. At the end of the day, I’m sure you will end up opting for a look that has everything to do with your style and that will certainly not be standing in the closet for years ?
1- dress | Antix
2- Mule | LOVE
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Did you like the idea and get inspired by the look? I selected some beautiful dresses with that same versatile and “tropical” footprint ?