The turkey is stuffed, the pigs are wrapped in their blankets and the vegetables are ready for a good steaming. But the question I’m asking is, have you given any thought to your Christmas day wardrobe? Don’t you worry, here is my step by step guide to what you need to wear to wow your nearest and dearest this Christmas.
Breakfast: Dolce & Gabbana Leopard Print Pyjamas
Wake up on Christmas morning in style wearing this wild pyjama set from Dolce & Gabbana. They’ll set you back £1520 for the leopard print silk top and bottoms, but it’s a small price to pay for an investment piece that will still have your relatives talking about you months down the line!
Lunch: Alexander McQueen Peacock Suit Jacket.
The Christmas story is all about a child who demanded the whole world’s attention and got luxury gifts in return. Drum home the message of Christmas with this Alexander McQueen Peacock Suit Jacket at £2,375. Tuck in to your roast potatoes wearing a garment that shouts ‘me, me, me!’ Bon appétit.
Post Queen’s Speech: Sequins, sequins and even more sequins!
After Liz has said her piece, you and your Christmas companions will probably venture out into the cold crisp air and walk off all those brussels sprouts, but as you know you should never do exercise without appropriate attire. Blind your Christmas guests whilst wearing this dazzling sequinned Gucci Bomber Jacket, £4,040. Match this with a pair of silver sequinned Converse that come in at a mere £60.
Evening Buffet: La Mania Gold Lamé Jumpsuit
Finish Christmas Day by slipping into something casual that will match your Christmas tree decorations. Polish fashion house La Mania’s Gold Lamé jumpsuit is just the ticket for swanning around the Christmas evening buffet table. Be careful though, don’t get any thousand island dip on your garb, Harrods has a very strict returns policy!