Eternal sunshine

  Yumi leather dress/Isabel Marant (still availability at LuisaWorld) white shirt/J.Crew bag&shoes/Celine

Merry Christmas style heroines! May the eternal sunshine of the mediterranean weather live in your hearts this Christmas and throughout the years to come.

Let’s celebrate the festive season with a thematic post: how to dress when it comes to feasts. Re: natural you!

Here’s the thing: While I loved during my younger years to dress like a Christmas tree(plugged in) lately I’ve developed a strange allergic reaction to whatever shines brighter than Tour Eiffel’s flashing lights. And definitely glitters are festive but now I know I’ll never have that level of glamorousness again…

So behold how I’ve dressed yesterday: the Isabel Marant laser-cut  mini dress paired with my nasty patent leather Celine loafers. And my shocked crowd asks: Flats for Christmas Eve? Why not? I needed something to balance out the sexiness of the dress and the shirt…well the shirt wasn’t  enough. And I wasn’t invited to the Governor’s ball for god’s sake…

ps:lately I have many emails asking me for the pieces I’m wearing that are sold out, where you could find them. Well from now on, I’ll add the link from the shops I’ve bought them with the hope that helps you. xo

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  1. Love those pictures so much… the light is magnificent!!!
    I also agree about not getting dressed at Christmas like going to the governor’s ball… hehehe…

    P.S. I wanted to meet you for a coffee but finally I didn’t come to Athens for Christmas… Hopefully next time!

  2. AGREED! totally feel for a “natural” way to dress up for the festivities, no excess with glitter or any sky high heels!!! You read my heart honey, and you’re like always, perfect hun!

    xo Nicol

  3. Thumbs up for staying natural during all the festivities of the season, especially when it includes flat shoes!! Outfits stay equally polished. Thanks for stating that !:)

    Electra xo

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