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First of all, Merry Christmas, I hope you've all be spoilt rotten! The house is chaos at the minute with presents, boxes and leftover wrapping paper. The fridge is stuffed with good food and leftover dinner from yesterday, not to mention all the sweets, treats and chocolate. And everyone's quite content to just lie around eating, drinking and watching festive films. I've been absolutely ruined by my nearest and dearest and I can't wait to share some photos of the lovely gifts I've received. A particular favourite is my new Alexa Chung for Eyeko set which I've been using for the past couple days. (I'll share a proper review when I get around to taking some half decent photos but you can kind of see it here.) Since we don't go to anyone else's house on Christmas Day, there never seems much point in getting all dressed up just to lie around the house. This year though I was feeling particularly festive in my new Christmas jumper, which was a gift from my little brother. We eat pretty late so the leather hotpants lasted until around 9pm and then I was back in Christmas jarmies to cosy up in front of Love Actually. I'm loving having an excuse to just lay about and do nothing. And I've been quite happy to do it all again today. How was your Christmas? Did you get up to much?

Outfit details:
jumper: Primark, shorts: River Island, boots: Kurt Geiger

3 comments

  1. gorgeous!! followed you beauty!

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  2. You've got a cracking pair of legs. #jealous x

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  3. I love your christmas jumper! I had a very lazy and relaxing Christmas Day. For the first year ever my husband and I made christmas dinner and my parents and brother came to us. X

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