Christmas Outfit by Venus Van Chic & Secrets in Lace + Giveaway
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Bells, golden lights, a lot of Christmas parties, and deadlines - pre-Christmas season is not only one of the most glamourous times of the year, it's also one of
Classy cuts, gorgeous details, and lots of elegance: I feel so much butter in timeless dresses and skirts than in jeans and t-shirt. And yes, I do wear those clothes in everyday-life. It would be lavishing to only wear my dresses for photos shoots and store them in my closet
Often, the little things really make the differnce. You don't need a new dress for every occasion, most of the time it's enough to add some sparkling earrings or hairflowers to transform a "normal" outfit into a festive one. And since Christmas is just around the corner, I would like
Rachel Jensen from the blog Chicago Chic is one of my biggest inspirations. She always looks so ladylike and glamorous. So it's no wonder that I was over the moon excited when I saw that she designed a dress for Voodoo Vixen. Well, actually she designed two dresses and one amazing skirt.
I really like to take outfit photos in the dark. There are less people outside and so it's much more "private" and less awkward. I also think evening outfits look more authentic on pictures taken by night. One of my favourite winter evening looks is the combination of a swing
Sometimes I like to keep it simple: a perfectly fitted skirt, turtleneck and fake-fur collar and I'm ready to go. The 1930s flutter skirt by The House Of Foxy is one of my all time favourites anyway and I also wore it in this and this blog post.