Get festive for the holiday season

The Christmas markets have opened, our trees are up and the streets are magically lit with twinkly lights. And, while your plans for the holiday season are more or less set, what to wear is the big question on everyone’s lips. Even here at navabi, a lot of our team are faced with the same problem with our Christmas party just around the corner. To take the stress out of things – especially because the festive period is all about fun and not spending time frantically searching the shops – I’ve selected the best party looks to make sure you sparkle and shine.

Editor: Elnaz Shadman Sirat

The lace dress

This Manon Baptiste dress is designed in decadent shades of gold and black which is easy to mix and match with black tights, pumps and gold jewellery. A fitted blazer will finish your look.

Red velvet

Velvet is AW16’s fabric du jour and this Manon Baptiste off-the-shoulder dress is the perfect way to get in on the trend. Cut in an A-line silhouette, I love how it’s sexy, but in a subtle way. Style yours with your hair up and statement chandelier earrings.

Emerald green

The empire waist and bell inspired sleeves of this dress make up the feminine silhouette, which is perfect for Christmas day, particularly as it’s such a seasonal colour. Contrast the green with a jewel toned necklace for effortless luxe.

The jumpsuit

The relaxed elegance of this dark blue jumpsuit is ideal for when you’re short on time for an event and need to get out the door. The fitted lace sleeves and sheer panel showcase just the right amount of skin, while the legs are cut in a relaxed fit for easy comfort. Finish with a navy coat for a wonderful tonal look.

The wrap dress

The instant feel-good dress. Crafted from irresistibly soft chiffon in a rich burgundy hue and boasting an elegant below the knee cut, this chic wrap number is perfect for taking you from family lunch to cocktails with friends. Ruby coloured earrings will add an opulent touch.

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Editor: Elnaz Shadman Sirat

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