Source: Ponchos, Shades and Blue, Oh My!
Christmas week and the extent of your days (apart from feasting) will be finding that indent on your favorite sofa and choosing a snug and fabulous pair of slippers to wiggle your feet into!
Why not try these fur-lined moccasins by Céline (above)? You won’t even need any stockings for under. Just slip your footsies right in and you’ll be toasty in no time.
These red velvet Prada slippers are quite the treat. What precious little additions for the feet for when you’re tip toeing up the stairs and don’t want to wake the newest addition to the family, or Granny for that matter. Reach for these and you’ll feel like Dorothy in Kansas, or Oz (whichever takes your fancy)!
These are obviously a cousin of the red velvets. Yes folks, feast your eyes on these beauties. Dress up the night at the hearth with these leopard print slippers. You’ll never know if there might be an unexpected knock on the door over the Christmas break. Always be dressed to impress.
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I really have nothing further to add. I cannot comment much on this only I found these photographs after some digging through an online vogue from earlier on this year. I believe this über-stylish lady was spotted on street style at Milan FW ’15. Unfortunately I cannot mention any photo credits or clothing designers. This can leave more to the imagination.
What seems to be a fur stole but looks like a cuff is casually draped over one arm only. This offers a bold asymmetric offset in this outfit. I cannot commend this lady enough. The hints of dark red are cleverly matched with her red heels, drawing the onlooker from both head to toe.
Notice how the pleats are that much more visual on one side only, the fleck upper half of the outfit carefully draped back to expose these delicious pleats. Despite the subtle hints of reds, blacks and whites, her main story told is that of grey. What a special neutral background. Kudos.