Blogmas Day 2 – Cute Vintage Inspired Christmas Outfits

Today has been a busy one, this morning I finished packing for our weekend away. I seriously hate packing, I’m really bad at planning my outfits in advance, so picking everything I need for 3 days is surprisingly challenging! I also had to finish packing for the girls, who are staying with their grandparents for the weekend. Once I was finally packed and on the road I was far more relaxed and so excited to spend my birthday weekend with Rob.

As I mentioned yesterday I’m slowly getting into the Christmas spirit and I’ve definitely been admiring some of my friends Christmas themed outfits. I thought I’d share some of my favourite Christmas themed clothing today. The vintage reproduction brands have really delivered this year and there are so many things I love.

lindy-bop-christmas-dressesGilda Dress – £38 – Sinead Dress – £30 – Both Lindy Bop

christmas-jumper-and-skirtParis Skirt – £34.99 – Tiger Milly – Deer Sweater – £45.50 – Collectif

blue-christmas-dressNoel Dress – £40 – Miss Bamboo – Praia Skirt – £24 – Lindy Bop

lady-v-london-christmas-dressFair Isle Sweater – £46.50 – Collectif – Amelia Dress – £35 – Lady V London

Which are your favourites? My mum bought me the Paris Print skirt for my birthday and it is absolutely gorgeous! One of the things I like about wearing vintage style clothes, is that you can wear them every year. I know my skirt will be making an appearance for many Decembers to come.

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2 Comments

  1. Carrie Estakhri December 2, 2016 / 11:59 pm

    Love your site. I would love to wear 1940s style but am short with a bit of a tummy! Everything is about your waistline. Any suggestions for someone like me? Thanks. Carrie

  2. Fay December 11, 2016 / 5:20 pm

    I started reading this wanting one thing and now i just want it all! You need to stop doing this to me hun! This list is just AMAZING! So festive but can easily be worn throughout the year xx

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