Even though I never studied ballet, I always wanted to wear a tutu. This black tulle skirt is a grown-up version of my childhood dream and is a romantic Christmas look that’s perfect for both day and evening. I wore it for the second of three Christmas lunches. Ian and I will be with my family on Christmas day this year, so he cooked Christmas lunch for his own family on Saturday. (The first Christmas meal was at my parents’ house)
The skirt has an elasticated waist which I was very grateful for by the end of the meal. (Ian’s a brilliant cook and he never knowingly under-caters). I love food, so we’re a match made in heaven. Naturally I wanted a bit of Christmas sparkle so I wore gunmetal sequin top that I’ve had for a few years. It’s a party perennial and I never tire of wearing it.
A red lip and my tartan bow shoes get the tulle skirt into the party mood.
I’m going to take a short break from writing over the Christmas and New Year period so I would like to say thank you for reading and supporting my blog and me. It really does mean the world to me, especially in this saturated market. I hope you have a very happy and healthy Christmas and I’ll be back in the new year.
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