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WHIZZ INTO CHRISTMAS

The holiday season is here and we’ve got fabulous looks for all the family. Let the festivities begin!

Dashing through the snow

: For hectic days spent giving Santa a run for his money, opt for understated Scandi-chic with a dose of comfort: think Fair Isle knit, skinny jeans and ankle boots that promise to go the distance. Top it off with a playful bobble hat for a nostalgic finish.

Comfort and joy

: Invest in a head-turning coat to see you through the season. This stunning per una design is your shortcut to sophistication. With its tactile, wool-rich fabric, oversized lapels and wear-with-everything oyster hue, it’s ideal for chilly carol concerts, yet smart enough for the theatre.

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All is calm

: When your home is brimming with guests, you’ll need nightwear you’re happy to be seen in. Make the most of lazy mornings with cosy tartan PJs and a family catch-up over breakfast, or recuperate post party by curling up together on the sofa in cashmere joggers with a classic Christmas flick.

All is bright

: Be anything but a wallflower with this striking red dress – the Sixties silhouette and bold hue make it a real show-stopper. Go for bare legs and heels to complete the look, and if you’re heading out to celebrate, up the ante with glittery tights and a faux-fur jacket.

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Mistletoe and wine

: A loose jumpsuit is sleek, elegant and easy to wear, making it your wisest investment for the days (and nights) of feasting ahead. Choose red for maximum impact, or black for a chic alternative to the LBD. On-trend knitwear is a fail-safe option for style-conscious teens and toddlers, while his look is elevated by a snappy tweed suit.

Let it snow

: Pull out all the stops with a super-soft faux-fur coat on Boxing Day. The fun leopard print will stand out for all the right reasons and complement all your tried-and-tested festive looks. Little ones will love to romp about in their dungarees after days of formal dressing; simply button up over a cute knit to keep them snug.

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Photographer: Chris Craymer at Sarah Laird / Stylist: Chloe Forde / Writer: Dulcie Emerson

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