Your Christmas Outfits, Sorted…

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From that final Fruity to Christmas dinner with the Grandparents, Lydia Flack has got you covered.

 

Christmas Ball 

Perhaps one of the only times us students ever really get to dress up. Your course Christmas Ball is your time to get glam, and what better way to do that than with this combo of satin and gold? Christmassy and classy, feel like a star as you sweep past your groupwork members who didn’t participate in a fur coat, a slinky dress and the highest of heels. With this look, you’re set for an evening of posh food and cheap wine. Dance the night away with my blessing.

 

Lace Up Open Back Velvet Bodycon Dress, Shein, £13.99, Luxe Faux Fur Coat, Topshop, £55.00, Black Comfort Flex Suedette Peep Toe Block Heels, New Look, £29.99, ASOS Tassel Envelope Purse with Suedette Flap, ASOS, £10.00, Star Light Star Bright Earrings, Nastygal, £2.50, Attract Trilogy Round Pendant, Swarvoski, £55.00

 

 

Christmas Fruity

Fruity is a club where any outfit goes, so why not finish the term with a splash? A big coat and an old pair of shoes to walk through campus with are essential, but that doesn‘t mean you can‘t have fun with the rest of your outfit. What we have here is, at its core, some jeans and a nice top, but layering up with some mesh adds that winter spirit without actually helping with the cold. Classic Leeds. Also, red is Christmassy.

Large Velvet Hair Scrunchie, Claire’s, £2.70, Unique Metal Full Frame Oval Sunglasses, Zaful, £4.08, Glamorous Crushed Red Velvet Lace Trim Bra, ASOS, £10.50. Boyfriend Slim Low Jeans, H&M, £12.00, Converse All Star Ox Shoes, Surfdome, £34.99, Bum Bag in Black, ASOS, £10.00, Black Fishnet Long Sleeve Party Women Crop Blouse, Choies, £13.23, Dual Pocket Faux Fur Teddy Jacket, Shein, £27.99

 

 

 

Christmas Day with the Family

I’ve always found Christmas Day outfits hard to plan out. Striking the right balance between the casual attire needed to sit on a sofa opening presents and eating all day, and the formality which spending the day with your grandparent’s warrants is not an easy task. Patterned trousers are your friend, however. Pairing these check trousers with warm tones creates a cosy outfit with statement earrings for a touch of class. The boots were made for stomping, and for walking out in the cold if you’re the type to leave the house at Christmas.

Minimal Portrait Face Earrings, Etsy, £4.99, Black Check Casual Trousers, PrettyLittleThing, £18.00, Pattern-knit wool jumper, H&M, £19.99, Chunky Lace Up Boots, ASOS, £30.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Year’s Eve

Picking a new year’s outfit can sometimes be a struggle, but here’s an outfit suited either for a night out or some low-key drinks with friends. Two options for shoes

allows you to embrace your more glamorous side or prepares you for a night sidestepping spilt drinks while still looking fabulous. A long skirt will make you feel like a princess going into 2019, and no true Leeds student would be without their own pair of tinted glasses. Perhaps advisable to wear a coat!

Pink Maxi Skirt, Chicwish, £25.60, Eyelash Lace Overlay Zipper Back Crop Cami Top, Romwe, £6.50, Gigi High Heel Sandals, House of Fraser, £19, PINK fluffy pompom dangle drop fashion earrings, Etsy, £6.00, BRAZIL Lace Up Ankle Boots, Topshop, £33.60, Unique Metal Full Frame Oval Sunglasses, Zaful, £4.08

Lydia Flack

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