THE WEEKEND EDIT

Fashion blogger Varsha Sehgal adds a touch of shimmer and sparkle to your festive wardrobe
WEEKEND EDIT

Edit 1

The advent is almost done and Christmas is upon us this weekend – so what could be better than a bit of sparkle to match the festive spirit. The gold sequence dress is a statement piece, inspired by the 1940s era, it is elegant and yet seductive. Teamed with the floral embroidered platform sandals and a long beaded necklace it resonates timelessness and sophisticated charm.

WEEKEND EDIT

Earrings: Marni – £123
Necklace: Jade Jagger – £550
Dress: Alexander McQueen – £5,449
Sandals: Rochas – £910
Clutch: RSVP Paris – £430

Edit 2

The metallic royal blue gown is a guaranteed head turner with its innumerable shimmering embellishments. The silhouette is feminine and fluid and skims the body in all of the right places. Paired with beautiful and delicate chandelier earrings and open toe satin sandals, it is the perfect festive outfit.

WEEKEND EDIT
Shoes: Jimmy Choo – £525
Dress: Ashish – £2,516
Bag: Dolce & Gabbana – £1,450
Earrings: Bottega Veneta – £605

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