Two weeks today until the big one.
Forget your gift shopping list for a minute. It’s time to implement Outfit Planning Mode (OPM).
Awesome. Maybe share your outfit in the comments below.
Still looking for a starting point?
This post just might help you get on track for what to wear Christmas Day?
I’ve covered off on the beauty side of things, now I’m talking keeping your cool and looking fabulous in an outfit that will serve you well on the day and beyond.
Now, you may not be of the same festive school of outfit thought but I do like to embrace the colours of the season.
It’s by no means essential.
I’ve kept the below suggestions on the casual side as most questions in this Facebook post concerned dressing for a casual Christmas Day.
I will be doing something similar – if the weather behaves and delivers us a great Sunshine Coast beach day for our last Christmas here.
I’ve also kept the outfits simple – and flowy.
It’s a personal preference when the champagne and food will be flowing in plentiful amounts … and on a day when the lounge will be calling out for a little post-Christmas lunch nana nap.
Never underestimate the casual elegance of a maxi dress. This one does have a lot of fabric so may be worth buying down a size if it still fits up top.
You could also belt this dress if your torso is a lovely long one and benefits from a little waist cinching.
Don’t let the thin straps scare you. Wear a slip or seamless tank underneath and wear a normal bra.
This is the quintessential Christmas frock.
A beautiful red in a design that is flattering and wearable.
Not hot and humid where you celebrate Christmas?
Get on board this combination. It’s still says summer and Christmas but in an elegant pants statement.
You could also swap out the pants for shorts.
Love this top’s long sleeves with slits – for ventilation with flattery. And the colour is just gorgeous.
Tell me … what are your Christmas Day plans and what are you thinking of wearing?