Wearing: C/meo Collective Seasons Change Top & Pants, Francesco Russo Heels (cheaper alternative here), Zara Skinny Scarf (shop similar here), Edge of Ember Cuff & Ring c/o, Ray-Ban Aviators c/o, and a Chloé Georgia Bag c/o Monnier Frères
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Do you need Christmas outfit ideas? Who doesn’t? However, C/meo Collective has always all answers to any special event you need to attend. The Aussie label is my absolute favorite of all (I’m not kidding) for this and many other reasons. Their clothing is the epitome of minimal luxe & edgy style, their designs are so unique, the tailoring superb, plus the quality of the garments is comparable to designer quality (I’m also not kidding). I know I sound like a poster girl for the brand, but this post is not sponsored in the least.
This tunica top was an absolute love-at-first-sight kinda thing and it comes with matching trousers, which have a split hem. I thought this detail could highlight the design of my Francesco Russo heels and I was right. The strapless cut of the top leaves my neck and arms free to accessorize the outfit with a skinny scarf and minimalistic jewelry.
Speaking of Christmas, which coincides with the winter solstice, it makes sense that it’s a time dedicated to giving and spreading love. The days are the darkest and gloomiest of the year. Therefore, it’s no wonder that a lot of people become what I like to call ‘grinchy’. If you happen to meet one (or several) of these grinches, just take it with a pinch of salt and give them a hug, ’cause that’s what they need. Hehe.
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