Yep, the Christmas season is officially upon us, but if you’ve still got that nagging ‘no idea what to wear’ feeling then fear not. We’ve pulled together five of our favourite vintage festive looks, you’ll want to wear right away (even if it happens to be a Tuesday afternoon). Because what better time is there to be dripping in sequins and glitter if not to the 56 parties you’re attending during the joyful months?
Vintage Black & Gold Christmas Jumper. Tired of the same old Christmas jumper? Why not mix things up with this black & gold diamond and paisley print bold jumper! This item is vintage and therefore one of a kind. Pair it with a black frilly skirt for extra glamour and drama. After all, what is Christmas without the drama? This jumper is also cheap and cheerful, only £29.99.
This sweater is a wise choice for an authentic vintage look. Perfect sweater for this season. Being vintage, this product has some slight signs of wear, but wears its years quite nicely. Overall, though, the sweater is in very good condition. We reckon it is a size M-L and can be worn oversized. The model in the pictures is size S-M and she is 1.72m tall. Pair it with a matching red trouser for a monotonal look or jush it up with a contrasting colour. It’s a comfortable £28 for this one of a kind collectable.
This is a simple and an understated Christmas look. Don’t be scared of the cliché festive jumper – so what, you have Christmas trees on your clothes. Put this jumper on and dance the night away. This Christmas jumper is decorated with sequinned Chrimbo trees with pearl embellishments and it’s £35, a bit expensive but it’s handmade.
Fluffy and furry textures are all the rage! Kick the Chrimbo festivities with this cheap and cheerful vintage fuzzy 90s cardigan. It’s only £16!
Channel your inner Paris Hilton with this amazing sequin silver 90s inspired dress. It’s a definite showstopper at any Christmas party. Pair it with matching metallics and you are ready for any event. Also, you can look hella chic without breaking the bank, this dress is only £18 – amazing, right?