December Outfits Round Up 

‘Tis the season to be jolly and twinkly and glam! I love Christmas time, even though it’s busy and over far too quickly. Seeing friends and family as much as possible and spoiling them with gifts and joy warms my heart, and I’ll be honest, picking out my outfits for wearing over the Christmas period is one of my favourite parts now. It’s been an incredibly busy month though and I didn’t get to wear as many pretties as I expected. but hey ho, the perfect excuse to start 2016 off with a bang!

As usual, you can find links in the description to any item that is still available to buy. Anything not linked is from a past season and cannot be found for purchase any longer and/or is not available to buy online.


Manor Print Paris dress by Bernie Dexter from, Mint Cropped Cardigan from Pinup Girl Clothing, old Truffle heels


Gigi jumpsuit by Miss Candyfloss, Aliexpress necklace, eBay bracelet, heels


Emerald Green Dovima dress by Unique Vintage, eBay & Primark bracelets, eBay faux fur stole, hand bedazzled heels (tutorial)


Pia skirt & Sophie top both by Voodoo Vixen, Faux Leather Belt by Pinup Girl Clothing, Black Peeptoe heels


Red Renee dress & Perfect Pinup White Ponte Bolero both by Pinup Girl Clothing, eBay Faux Fur Collar, heels


Sabrina top by Pinup Girl Clothing from, old Primark belt, Lindybop Peggy tartan skirt, old season H&M flats, handmade hair flower


Red Audrey Fifties dress by Style Icon’s Closet, Kelly Green Tootsie Cropped Cardigan from Doll Me Up, handmade hair flower, hand bedazzled flats (tutorial)


Renee Alpine twinset by Lindybop, Red Belt from Milan dress by Heart of Haute, hand bedazzled red flats (tutorial)


10 thoughts on “December Outfits Round Up 

    • They’re a brand new business so currently they’ve been holding pre-order periods where customers can place an order for the item they want and then when the order period closes, GUG place the order with the company and have it delivered–their focus is going to be on companies that are harder to get a hold of in America, such as British or European brands that are rarely or sparsely stocked in the US, hence why their order system has been set up in this way while they’re starting out. The owners, Lindsay and Hope, are beginning to set the company up to begin buying in stock soon so that orders can be placed and immediately dispatched like a typical wholesale stockist website does. They have a group on Facebook you can join if you want to be kept up to date when the next buys are due to happen, and I’ll be doing a blog post soon when they’re set up more broadly across the board 🙂


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