Bubba Style…Mini Fashions for Festive Frolicking

Screen Shot 2015-12-22 at 15.03.44In backlash to the Christmas jumper epidemic that has held our festive wardrobes to ransom for far too long, AW15 is shaping up to be a far more glamorous season.

Indeed, dressing up for Christmas Day has long been an institution in my family home, upheld and lovingly maintained by my gorgeous Grandmother who would spoil me with a new M&S party dress each year. This ritual of donning your glad rags to spend time at home with your family and friends, outwardly demonstrates an appropriate respect for this special day, as well as the people you choose to spend it with. It goes without saying therefore, that upholding this tradition with Annie, is high on my festive agenda.

With that in mind, I have trawled the highstreet to pull together my favourite Christmas outfits (not a Christmas sweater in sight), to ensure your mini will look super special this holiday season. From traditional tartan, through to on-trend velvet, as well as intricate  opulent folk embroidery, each look delicately sprinkled with some essential icing on the Christmas cake sparkle. Brace yourselves ladies, her outfit may well be better than yours!  😉

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Outfit 1 – Tartan with a twist 

Glitter Velvet Headband – Rockahula – £5.00, Cashmere Cardigan – Zara – £29.99, Peter Pan Collar Tartan Dress – Next – £17-19, Rose Gold Oxfords – Gap – £16.95

Outfit 2 – Luxe Velvet 

Floral Glitter Clips – Monsoon – £5, Navy Blue Velvet Dress – Gap – £14.95, Red Glitter Brogues – M&S – £14-16

Outfit 3 – Christmas Folk 

Embellished Alice Band – Monsoon – £7, Embroidered Folk Dress – Monsoon- £36 , Red Velvet Mary-Janes – Next – £11-£12

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