White lace + styling the chain belt trend for Christmas Eve…

lace shirt here, here and here / red midi skirt Anna Field sold out similar here, here and here / lips MAC Red / studded heels Marco Tozzi similar here and here / crossbody bag Aldo sold out similar here, here and here / chain belt Zara other options here, here and here
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Isn´t red just the perfect color for the Christmas Holidays?! I love it. A classic red makes me so happy (and of course all the other hues too). 
I wanted to share one last Christmas look with you guys today and in fact it wasn´t this one. I planned on wearing something completely different but I loved this color combination and the combo of  a red midi skirt and a snow white lace shirt so much that I had to change it last minute. Normally not something I do cause when an outfit is set it is practically set in stone. 
I got the shirt in the mail about two days ago, honestly I thought it wouldn´t come in time for Christmas but you guys it did and its beautiful. I think a white lace shirt makes a great statement piece. This would also look really pretty combined with a pair of jeans, an oversized cardigan and boots. 

But let´s move on to the trend piece here – the chain belt. Chain belts haven´t been so trendy since the 90´s and I am really glad they´re back. And other people must be two because the belt in the pictures above is from Zara and I was waitlisted for about two weeks. When  I finally got a mail that they are available again we were out for dinner in a restaurant with absolutely no reception. But I had luck and ordered one after on the way to the car. It is really heavy with all the layers but so beautiful. I don´t think the exact piece is available anymore since it was permanently sold out but I have listed some other cute pieces in the widget below.

Hope you are having a relaxing last day before the Christmas madness begins.

Be sure to check back tomorrow for our Christmas card pictures. 

Thanks for stopping by. Take care. See you.
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