The 12 days of Christmas looks

From trendy tuxedos to seasonal sparkles, here are 12 looks to revamp your wardrobe this winter.



On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a silver sequinned blazer for £79.99 from Zara. Why not pair it with the matching Bermuda shorts for £25.99? This matching set is perfect for  your Christmas and New Year’s celebrations this season.


The temperature is dropping but don’t let your style do the same, wrap up warm with this hood quilted coat courtesy of Mango. Fitted with a funnel neck to keep the cold out without sacrificing style this winter.



It’s jumper season, time to update your knitwear so how about this cable-knit jumper £34.99 from H&M conscious.

Why not pair it with this chic pleated satin skirt for £22.99 from New Look.



Add some seasonal sparkle to your party wardrobe this winter with this sequin camisole dress for £49.99 from Zara.


‘Tis the season for stylish suiting, how about this mint velvet suit from Topshop for £120.



Looking for a chic everyday jacket? This Blue Vanilla oversized teddy coat £65 from New Look is perfect for when you’re out and about this winter.


Set New Years off with a bang with this set from Zara. These metallic skinny trousers for £29.99 match perfectly with the cropped sequin top  for £25.99, perfect look for celebrations this holiday.


Some more sequins with this dark grey sequinned dress from H&M, for £59.99.


Get the Christmas colours with this checked structured coat from Mango for £99.99.


Update your winter jumper collection with this jacquard-knit polo-neck jumper from the PRINGLE X H&M collection, only £24.99.


Kick off the party season with this metallic thread jumpsuit £49.99 from Mango.


Last but not least this knitted polo-neck dress £34.99 from H&M is the perfect combination of cozy and chic to keep you warm this winter.


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