7/22/2016

Let It Snow - Christmas from F&F

Running around Christmas in July events whilst melting in the summer sunshine never ceases to feel odd. But every year it's worth it when you find yourself swooning over sequins, shimmer and sparkle, with Christmas party wear at the forefront. If you haven't already seen my roundup post of AW16 from F&F Clothing, you can check it out here - the collection is amazing. But this press day was focused purely on winter warmers with a party focused theme, and honestly, Christmas can not come soon enough as I want almost all of it!


Whilst embroidery is still a key trend across the more casual pieces pastel hues and mixed textures were also reoccurring themes. But really, the press day was all about the party season. Think 1920s speakeasies, slinky metallics, cropped evening jackets and all sequinned everything. See for yourself with the video below!


What's your favourite item? The huge selection of bomber jackets are beautiful, but I am utterly in love with the gold foil midi dress, and silver metallic skirt.

Until next time,

Diana x ❤ x
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4 comments

  1. Wow! Christmas already.... hard to believe we are half way through the year! Those materials look amazing though

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    1. They're so beautiful! Also I totally agree - where on earth has this year gone? x

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  2. Would it be weird to admit I've already started Christmas shopping? Cause I've got 5 presents already haha. I do love a good bit of sparkle at Christmas, but it's always gold, and I'm a silver gal!
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    1. Haha - you've actually made me feel better! I've brought one, as it was something I saw which was perfect and felt like a total weirdo! But I figured I'll probably make up for it for panic buying the rest mid December! ;)

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