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STYLE - CHRISTMAS IN A RED SHIFT DRESS

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Still in the spirit of Christmas, I say Merry Christmas to you lovelies! Early this month of December, the colour red was in high demand, and in frequent use. Event decorators, Fashion enthusiasts, Graphic designers were all in tune with the colour for Christmas, the basic colours are; Red, Green and White. I recently got an @AXParis Red Shift dress online, in anticipation for my Family Christmas themed photoshoot, which didn't even hold as planned, reason will be in my next blog post.
Paired with a gold purse and Sandals

So I decided to rock my Shift dress to a picnic in my home town and play Santa Claus in Red just because that's the colour for the season. ShiftDresses and ShirtDress are now becoming my go to outfit,  they are Comfortable, Chic and shows a decent amount of Skin.


What did you wear for Christmas? What are your thoughts on seeing the color red everywhere, are you tired of it or will you indulge like me too? 


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