This is the last outfit formula post for 2020, and I’m determined to spread a bit of year-end cheer. Dress up your way and find peace and goodwill in your heart. Keep outfits cosy, fluid, soft and flowing for mega comfort. Choose any colour palette across solids and patterns, and feel free to throw in the house shoes and socks too.
1. High-Low Tunic
Combine a dramatic high-low tunic with a pair of wide crops and tailored footwear. The wide crops are the more unexpected and avant-garde choice because you’re adding further volume to an already voluminous top. But if you prefer wearing slim pants with billowing tops, go for it.
2. Swooshy Skirt
Combine a flared and flowing midi skirt with a pullover that has a welt or banded bottom for structure. Wear tulle because why not! Shorter pullovers that are fitted and unwelted work well too. A short boxy top is another option, or button-up a cardigan so that it looks like a top. Throw on some jewellery with a pair of party slippers, turn up the music, and prance around at home.
3. Voluminous Dress and Leggings
Easy flowing dresses look great with footless tights or leggings ‘80s style. They keep you warm and covered as you potter around at home and do the relaxing holiday thing. This look added a scarf, teal boots that pick up the teal of the dress, and jewellery to match. Festive!
4. Novelty, Embellishment and Matching Pyjamas
Keep things traditional by pairing a holiday sweater, Fair Isle, tartan, lace, velvet, or an other type of embellished top with jeans, skirt, or comfy pants. Wear those matching pyjamas with the family. Add fun brooches, dangly earrings, a pile of pearls, holiday socks, or any other type of bling that lifts your mood. A big toothy grin goes down well too.