It may feel like you’ve lived in loungewear for 350 days this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress up for Christmas. We’ve seen everything from Fashion Week to award ceremonies take place via zoom and we’ll be doing the same for our Christmas dinner this year. Whether you’ll be spending the day with a select few friends, your partner or back at home with your parents we’ve got your Christmas day dressing covered.
Although there’s no official Christmas day dress code, the big day usually consists of more than one outfit. Whether you’re visiting church, opening presents, drinking bucks fizz or all of the above, on Christmas morning we’ll be wearing a more casual outfit before our more dressed up looks for the main event. We’ll also need some extra waistband room after all those pigs in blankets and two helpings of Christmas pudding so will be swapping our dresses or shirts for something more roomy.
If you aren’t leaving the house, spending your morning in a pair of pyjamas is absolutely acceptable. Some of us may be rushing down the stairs to open our presents and some for the bacon sandwich waiting in the kitchen, either way comfort is key so wrap yourself up in your dressing gown and relax this Christmas morning.