Festive style inspirations and jewelry for a shining Christmas

December 13, 2017

Today, some parts of Italy celebrate Saint Lucy, and by now Christmas is around the corner! It's time to look for inspirations for festive outfits!

 

 Dress by Emilia Wickstead as seen on ES Magazine of 01/12/2017. Sterling silver moon necklaces by PetiteFraise Jewelry, available here.

 

I love the fascinating look of a long boho dress! Why not to match it with sterling silver moon necklaces? Find them in my Etsy shop!

 

 

 

 Via Glamour

 

And what about gold + black? I love that midi skirt! Match it with a pair of full moon brass earrings with labradorite or with crescent moon necklace with a sparkling touch thanks to the pyrite nugget.

 

 PetiteFraise necklace + earrings

 

 Sweater handmade in Italy out of Merino wool by fmc.atelier

 

Keep yourself warm! For the lazy days between Christmas and New Year's Eve, nothing is better than a cozy handmade merinos wool sweater. This one is by fmc.atelier and I love it! Match it with the bright pink of these brass crescent moon earrings with jade and roots of ruby.

 

 

PetiteFraise earrings, inspired by Frida Kahlo's style

 

 

The girls of LAUBeauty, my favorite eco-bio beauty store in Milan, suggest to match a crescent moon necklace with purple crystal to one of the new lip kit by Nabla Cosmetics! I totally agree with them ;) The necklace is available in their store in Milan.

 

photo by LAUBeauty on Instagram

 

Last but not least: make the perfect gift wrapping! Here how I make mine ;)

 

 

You want to make the perfect gift but you are late? Or maybe you prefer to make the recipient choose the style/size! My new printable PDF gift cards are online here! Check them out and discover how to use them :)

Here an example of how they will look like:

 

 

 

 

Have a jolly holiday season!

 

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