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What a week it's been in Val d'Isere skiing with three of my all time fave people! I shot tonnes of film snaps so will share them with you so so soon but for now I thought I'd take this opportunity to share with you a look I wore for a festive night out pre skiing trip.
I really love this time of year and all the dress up moments that come with it; I love the sparkles the glitz and the glam but more recently I am loving exploring my wardrobe a little more to discover new ways to wear pieces I already have and love in there.
This dress from Marks & Spencer (now with 40% off) was just that, a simple black full length dress with a touch of gold glitz to the cloth and with a whimsical print to boot. It's one of those go-to dresses for me as it's a classic, it's black for a start but it's also in that kind of free flowing silhouette which means that A) you can eat and drink to your hearts content with no issues of food babies or discomfort and B) you can style it in so many different ways whether thats with chunky trainers, heels or knee boots like I am here.
I opted for these epic Miss Selfridge red snake print boots (now just £30!) for a splash of colour to my all black ensemble and to of course throw in a lil bit of print clashing, cause you know I'm all about that print clash life. I absolutely adore the heel on these boots, the way it's ever so slightly inverted, I think that is such a cool and modern take on the classic knee high boots.
Boots such as these are so great for nights out that involve a heck load of dancing, which was my exact reasoning for wearing them on this night; but just know that when New Years Eve rolls around the platforms will be out in force for a different look entirely.
It's been so fun going through my wardrobe and pulling out pieces that I either haven't worn in a while or haven't thought about rocking in a party-wear format. I'm hoping to have a video up next week showing me inside my wardrobe and styling up some forgotten pieces ahead of the big day and for that divine week of celebrating between Christmas and New Year.