‘Tis that sartorially busy time again, but panic not.
We've hunted through classic holiday films for style inspiration that will have you dazzling like the star on the tree this festive season.
Red and green should always be seen, especially right now. Take cues from our favourite elf in a new season floral and guess what?
You just won Christmas.
Luckily florals aren’t reserved solely for ‘lovable, hapless singletons who drink like fish and dress like their mothers”. Roll up to the turkey curry buffet inspired by Bridget’s Boxing Day look (absolutely enormous underwear not required).
Step up your style game taking cues from rocker Billy Mack’s feathery sidekicks. LA DoubleJ’s very jolly Night Garden ensemble is fun, flirty and downright fabulous. Style with equally showstopping pieces like glittery sneakers and roll the festive season like a rock star.
Not technically a movie, but it should be. The only thing more mesmerising than Nicole and Robbie’s chemistry is her wardrobe, especially that little jewelled handbag. Like the glace cherry on a Christmas cake, the perfect little bag adds the finishing touch to your festive frock.
Animal prints at Christmas? If it’s good enough for super glam Ann Harding it’s good enough for us. Sadly a leopard print coat won’t float in these temperatures, but these wild and delicious pieces certainly will.
Colourphobic? Weave a little black magic into your wardrobe this season. We’re taking divine inspiration from the chicest witch of them all – the ever stylish Kim Novack.
White is always right, and Winona Ryder gives us plenty of angelic inspiration in this old favourite. Just watch his nails…
A beautifully cut dress is always in style and Maureen O'Hara’s are just one of the things we adore about this 1947 classic. Look for a little structure around the shoulders, a gentle draping silhouette, and face framing neckline, then tinsel and bauble to your heart’s desire.
You can peruse all your favourite festive looks online, or explore more in store. Unsure about sizing? Email Adam Heath on firstname.lastname@example.org or call during store trading hours.