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Winter Holiday Season


There is something about this time of the year, don't you think? I am not found of the cold weather, but do I love Christmas season! The Christmas tree is decorated, the landscape outside your window is white, people are happy, you start thinking about presents and of course 2017 that keeps getting closer. All of this comes down to a festive period of delicious diners and stunning party outfits.


I have some fun things planned for this period such as a Christmas party and as you can relate... New Years Eve. But when you are a student like me, you might also be thinking about these awful exams that ruin your happy thoughts on Christmas. Anyway, it is time to think about what you are going to wear for these events and start shopping. But you wouldn't be reading this article if you think I am not here to inspire you. I already did my research on what I want to wear. Maybe I can inspire you?


The first outfit is a more 'casual' party look. A Christmas party is also a diner party with family and friends. Therefor I don't want to overdress but yet a party dress should make you stand out like a star. It is meant to make you feel special for a moment. Match the dress with the right classy accessories and makeup. (Coming soon: winter makeup look) A golden dress would never be my first choice, but yet this one convinced me straightaway. The feather necklace takes the golden dress all the way back to 'the Great Gatsby' 1920's.









The second dress really goes all the way. Perfect for a fancy New Years Eve diner or event. Wearing this dress in a castle made me feel like Belle from Beauty and the Beast. A short dress with a long trail is much more trendy than a classic model of a long gala dress. I compare it to 'an upgrade from the little black dress'. The necklace I am wearing here is from a Belgian designer called Tamara Greindl






Location: Castle of Zwijnaarde

Photographer: Vue Photo

Dresses: Anne Sophie 





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