Baby, it's cold outside.

It's that time of year. And by that, I mean Happy Nondenominational Holidays. It's absolutely imperative that we all be politically correct this season and not force our religious beliefs on anyone. So let's decorate the "holiday tree", shall we? Wishful thinking leads me to hope that we all lived in a simpler time when saying "Merry Christmas" didn't offend anyone. =]

Making the Christmas rounds, had a lovely time at a party last night with mes amis, who are all very hipster.

A satin dress from a mediocre chain store, but Mel tailor-fitted it to herself by trimming the hem (she's very petite) and layering it over a lace tank top.

Brea wearing a velvet blazer and amazing pink slingbacks. Her handband had stitches in the shape of hearts all over.

Argyle will never go out of style. Kind of like loafers in that aspect.

Satin cocktail dresses. The one on the right looks v. old Hollywooooooood!
This was her grandma's old dress, so it's REAL VINTAGE, GUYS. Get it straight.


Anonymous said...

The first and the last dress were absolutely wonderful. Merry Christmas!

Danny said...

I celebrate Christmas, therefore i wish everyone a Merry goddamn Christmas!
Why was I not invited to this party!? HAHA

Anonymous said...

i like the first dress a lott!!
merry christmas!

Anonymous said...

Nice dress

discothequechic said...

haha, no funnily enough, I din't get in trouble with the gardeners!

Though I can understand why they would get pissy with tourists-there are so many of them.

Can't rememeber if I already asked you? But do you want to swap links for each others blogs on our pages?

Yay! your music is getting me in a christmas mood-thanks!

S xx

Hedy De Vine said...

you are so right about tights being very french.

the vintage sequins dress i picked up for new years will look extra fabulous with black tights. now if only i had one of those lolita-esque french faces to go with it.