Pick of the glitter
For a wardrobe that’ll sparkle as bright as the decorations, Never Fully Dressed has all your festive favourites, writes Denise Smith
Whether you’re basting a turkey or have big plans for the most festive tipples on the menu, there’s a prerequisite to Christmas dressing that demands lashings of sequins, plush velvets and the prettiest of silk dresses.
Of course, there is a balance when it comes to curating a wardrobe for this season’s high-jinx — you want to sashay through cocktail hour in a haze of sparkles, but there’s also that deep-yearning and moral obligation to invest in clothes that don’t expire come January 1.
Forget dopamine dressing, Never Fully Dressed is a sartorial joy sparker that creates multi-purpose clothing which never goes out of style, and works hard for your buck. I am currently fawning over the green speckled skirt and roll neck top (right) that can be worn as chic separates or together for real show-stopping pizazz. For a spin under the disco ball there can only be one option, and that’s the bedazzling Emily dress (left).
With unrivalled styling videos on their Instagram @neverfullydressed, think of this brand as your most stylish BFF.
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