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From the countless messages I get from my female followers… It’s safe to say festive season dressing is a stressful time for the girls. Girls want to stand out for all the right reasons, be it with the garment, shoes or accessories – and Karen Millen has got all your bases covered.

I teamed up with Karen Millen in Valletta to pick and style my fave looks for the festive season, and hopefully pass on some inspiration to end 2014 the right way.

We immediately went for the less obvious choice for the first look – girl meets boy. You know I love a girl in a tuxedo! This one came in the form of a glittery grey with black lapels, which meant black leather pants were in order to add some ‘sexy’ into the mix. I completed the look with a delicate Karen Millen necklace and black pumps to marry the edgy boy with the girly girl.

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Do you know what else screams festive? Gold. And what looks great with gold? More gold. This one was really fun to shoot – the details on this Karen Millen dress and shoes are pretty incredible. The wrap top adds a sense of ease to the highly intricate design on the dress which is very welcome. The shoes were a no-brainer.

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Then I throw a festive curveball at you thanks to this Karen Millen jumpsuit. I think jumpsuits are very underrated when it comes to dressing up, but this wide-legged one knocks it out of the park. I threw in a silver Karen Millen clutch with matching heels for that festive sparkle that works with and balances out this black jumpsuit so well.

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And if that’s not enough… Karen Millen also have some really nice and affordable gift ideas. The jewellery sets are exquisite and are a surefire way to make your lady friend happy during this time of the year. There are also soft leather gloves, coloured suede clutches and loads more but you’ll have to hop down to Old Theatre Street in Valletta to check it out for yourself!

All clothes, shoes and accessories are available at Karen Millen, Old Theatre Street, Valletta

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