Monday, 2 December 2013

Win! A Sailor dress from Coco Fennell!


On the 1st day of Christmas, Domestic Sluttery gave to me... a stunning sailor dress from Coco Fennell!

What better way to start the festive season than with a fancy new frock ... especially if it's Coco Fennell's gorgeous sailor dress? The lovely Coco has given us one of these dresses to give away to one lucky reader. It's worth £79 and is definitely both nautical and nice.

Want to win this (you might have to wrestle us to the death for it)? Then just leave a comment below answering this question: what are you planning on wearing on Christmas day? Do you go for sequins and sparkle? Or is it a Santa sweater (moving, of course) and slippers?

Because this is a super amazing prize, you'll get an extra entry for liking or commenting the competition on Facebook. Two of our last competition winners were via Facebook so you're in with a good chance. And if you're on Twitter, just tweet the following (don't just retweet someone else's tweet, we probably won't see it):

Hey @DomesticSluts, I really want to win a @CocoFennell sailor dress http://tinyurl.com/ofk9bpc #DomesticSlutteryChristmas

You've got until midnight to enter and then we'll pick a winner at random and announce in tomorrow's competition - we've got loads of gorgeous prizes to giveaway this month.

Good luck today, everyone!

Oh yawn, small print (read it). The competition will close at midnight (UK time) 2 December 2013. You must be UK based to enter, sorry you lovely overseas readers. If you're anon your comment entry won't count and if you enter with lots of comments or a barrage of tweets, we'll discount all of your entries and tell you off. The winning entry will be chosen at random and you must claim your prize by noon on the 3rd or it'll be passed to someone else. We've shown the Sailor dress which is available in sizes 6 to 14. If the size you want has sold out, Coco Fennell will offer you a French Maid dress as an alternative. We're not allowed to enter our own competitions but Frances will probably be wearing the pjs she leaves at her parent's house for as long as possible before her mother tells her to get dressed properly. 

111 comments:

  1. Both my and my fella's families will have deserted us for Christmases in Spain and Australia respectively so I'll probably be donning comfy pyjamas while watching a selection of Summer themed pre-recorded TV. That is, unless, I am gifted with that frankly stunning dress, in which case I might be cheered up enough to pop out to my local...

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  2. I, too, will be wearing my super-comfy pjs as long as possible, and snuggling up near the aga in my mother-in-law's kitchen since I don't have an aga at home so it attracts me like a moth to a candle-flame. However, once it starts ceasing to be respectable to wear pjs, I will probably put on a green, 50s style, hell-bunny dress as it's the same colour as a christmas tree and has an adjustable belt to help me get through christmas lunch unscathed.

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  3. I'll be wearing my pyjamas (why do people dress in their finery on a day all about eating and sitting around watching TV?). The pyjama bottoms have reindeer on and the top has robins. I'll probably also be wearing a massive cardi as my mum's house is much colder than mine.

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  4. As is tradition in our house, on Christmas morning I'll wear my brand new pjs, brought especially by the "fairies" on Christmas eve. I'm 23 and my mum STILL does this.

    After gifts/champagne brekkie I usually change into my Christmas Dress, which must be loose for optimum eating and sitting in front of the telly probably watching a Pixar film and getting sloshed on Sherry. Christmas is the best.

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  5. I'm going to be with the in-laws and am a little bit nervous. Apparently we are going to mass so I'll (hopefully) be wearing my tartan velvet jumpsuit due to arrive imminently from asos with boots and a blouse underneath to make it more church appropriate. Then I'll be switching to slippers with it later for mooching.

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  6. I'll be wearing my new pyjamas (family tradition dictates we get a new pair every Christmas Eve) and a reindeer jumper, with sparkly festive nails.

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  7. I'll be in my ludicrous gold and silver sequinned jumper that my friend persuaded me to buy in a vintage shop in Nottingham. I was hungover and vulnerable to the sparkles... I do love it though!

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  8. think we only have the kids this year so ... PJ's all the way, maybe with a festive jumper thrown on.. wrap up in booble hat and stripy scarf for a dog walk ,, then back to PJ's

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  9. I love any excuse to dress up especially in anything with sequins! This year I shall be sporting a highlu embellished pencil skirt - think gold embroidery, pearls AND sequins- teamed with a simple black top and a chunky gold rope necklace. LOVE IT

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  10. ooh lovely dress, i will probably wear a little red skirt I have, kind of semi kilt like, and a lace top and navy cardy for warmth

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  11. We don't have any tradition for dressing up (or down) on Christmas day, so I'll be wearing something dull but cosy - maybe something with an elasticated waist!

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  12. I do love to dress up on Christmas Day, I usually go for 50s glamour so I can pretend I am a domestic goddess all day. ;)

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  13. I will be wearing super thick black wooly tights, a knee length skirt and my most festive of jumpers, with lovely hair and bright red lips. Grown-up cosy.

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  14. I've been eyeing up that dress on Coco Fennell dress for a couple of months now! I plan to wear a red/black dress, with some sparkly accessories, and and of course my polka dot apron for whilst I'm cooking the meal.

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  15. I think it is a Scouse thing to dress up on Christmas Day - my mum would kill us if we dared spend it in our pyjamas! So I shall be wearing this: http://www.joythestore.com/lou-sweetheart-nk-lace-drs with black opaque tights, sparkly black kitten heels with a bow on them - because it's Christmas and there's no such thing as too much glitter :)

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  16. My husband and I always hunt for a terribly tacky Christmas jumper every year - we now have a small collection between the two of us, so we'll definitely be wearing one of them on Christmas day (along with Santa hats, of course!)

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  17. I'm planning a photo of me, my husband and children all wearing matching red Nordic print onesies... Hopefully in a very serious Victorian style family portrait pose and poker faces.

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  18. A lovely dress, that I don't get the chance to wear nearly often-enough, and some shoes that I can only wear when I know I don't have far to walk!

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  19. I will be wearing a totoro onesie, not my best look but it will bring Christmas cheer to the bf

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  20. For me Christmas Day is the only day where elastic waists are permissible at a dining table. Going one step further, perhaps The Onsie has found its true vocation? If so mine will be Cookie Monster.

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  21. It will rather depend on what my 4 year old goddaughter demands! If it's up to me then it will be comfy - leggings, stretchy jersey skirt, my "Sarah Lund" jumper! I suspect Bethan will be yelling that I have to wear a party dress though, so probably my Lady V yellow dress with beautiful blue flowers.

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  22. I'll probably be wearing my new Lady V dress that I bought last week courtesy of seeing a Lady V dress on this blog! Never heard of them before but oh my, what pretty dresses! Ditto People Tree - a few (OK 4) dresses bought from them in the summer because of seeing the brand on this blog. Happy dress wearing days!

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  23. Kathy Lee-Rimmer2 December 2013 at 12:21

    Pants and Vest.
    I CLEARLY have a greater need for this dress than the pyjama/jumper/elasticated waistband wearing lovelies above.....:D

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  24. My sister and I tend to try to wear something pretty, and then as the day goes on we accumulate clothes - comfy jumpers, Christmas socks, anything we open... by the end of the day all trouser buttons are undone and we're feeling ill - it's not an elegant sight!

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  25. After a good, long, festive slob out in a pair of new pjs, there follows an extreme pampering session with any smellies Father C has been kind enough to pop in my stocking. No pampering session is complete without donning something a bit sparkly (but with a bit of stretch for the indulgences of the day). This year a black velvet topped and sequin skirted dress from Mango.

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  26. Probably pjs or this dress... (hint hint ;-) ) plus making a fuss as it's my son's first christmas!

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  27. Christmas jumper action all the way!

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  28. Something black and gold!!! And hopefully something NEW!!! :)

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  29. Pjs. All the way. Before I get changed into the NEW pjs that I get for Chrimbo! :)

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  30. Because Christmas last year was spent in South Africa on the beach wearing shorts and a matching Mr. Christmas tshirt (ala the Mr Men) that I got for me and my twinny bro as we were spending christmas apart, this year will be all about the winter layers, and whatever treat santa has bought me as is tradition. Christmas in Dudley wins hands down every year :D

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  31. I always get dressed up on Christmas day, however this year my leg will be in plaster so I have ordered a posh maxi dress to wear to both disguise it and cheer me up about the impending operation! Accessorized with a robin necklace left to me by my Grandma.

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  32. I would have to wear something just as beautiful as this Coco Fennell sailor number... though it might be a tad difficult to top this dress! X

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  33. Christmas Day involves pjs until noon, then scruffy clothes for the dog walk (she will almost certainly jump into a river and shake dog water all over us all) and sparkles for Christmas Dinner. Then back into PJs by sundown. X

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  34. I shall be wearing my awesome penguin dress. It is green woolen with penguins and stars and cost £3 so is clearly an item of some quality.

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  35. I'll be wearing my black Karen Millen dress I got from Ebay and any jewellery I may get for a present :)

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  36. I will most certainly be dressing up. A smashing swing dress I think with thick tights and heels. Until the drinks are flowing anyway then it'll probably be my other halves Gene Simmons fancy dress Kiss outfit I imagine :$ xx

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  37. I'll be planning on wearing the Coco Fennell dress.... ha ha ha!

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  38. On Christmas day I normally wear skirt and then a new top. I also try on all jewellary and probably Christmas underwear (socks and pants) from the stocking along with Christmas Slippers. Preferably sparkly but it depends what I get given really...

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  39. Something sparkly but comfie xxx

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  40. Something sparkly but comfie xxx

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  41. What a beautiful dress! I'll start Christmas day in a classic jumper (I have a choice of cheesy Christmas tree with pompom baubles or classy but cosy snowflakes) then put on a nice sparkly dress for dinner with the family. Got to love glitter at Christmas!

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  42. 9 of us *all* in Chrsitmas jumpers this year, though it's usually finery ... It seemed like a fun idea to do something a little different.

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  43. I like to go for a mix of the two. I tend to wear a Christmas jumper, to keep things festive, but I like to add a touch of sparkle to it. Glitzy jumpers are my must have throughout December! :)

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  44. We are going away to a cottage, just the two of us but that doesn't mean I won't be injecting some Christmas fun into my clothing choices. I will start the day in pyjamas, which I will eat breakfast in. After a nice soak in the bath I will change into something with glitter on to cook/ the lunch in and retire by the fire with cheese, biscuits and port with a nice warm Christmas jumper. However, if I win this dress, I will scrap plans of cooking and indulge in dinner at a pub wearing my beautiful new dress and attempting vainly not to dribble gravy or custard down it.

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  45. I'll probably be wearing pyjamas, but if I really push the boat out there will be a sparkly pink santa hat too.

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  46. I love to wear a dress on Christmas day. Got a nice little green vintage number this year, I may even accompany it with a Santa hat! :)

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  47. I'll be wearing a big terry's chocolate orange covered smile :)

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  48. I'm planning to wear a 1940's cocktail dress if I win the ebay bid :D

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  49. I will be wearing a navy French Connection number that's been waiting for an airing. Don't worry, it has sparkles on! x

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  50. Sparkly dress all the way! It's Christmas Day after all! Although it is usually accompanied by some fetching furry slipper boots.

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  51. A red bodycon number from Hybrid - I always wear a red dress, not very original, I know, but it beats a Christmas jumper;-)

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  52. Sparkles and sequins with a tartan coatigan to keep me warm walking to my parents local country pub for a pre beef wellington G&T :)

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  53. Much to the annual disappointment of my entire family, I don't ever make much effort on Christmas day, but I promise if you give me this dress I shall wear it and put a smile on everyone's face (I'll even send you a photo).

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  54. On Christmas Day I will probably be wearing... Papercuts on my fingers from panicked last minute present wrapping, mulled wine stains down my dress, crumbs round my mouth from shovelling in the cheese and crackers (whoops), stolen tinsel from the tree draped round my neck, an excitable (or is that drunken?) glint in my eye, and a spring in my step as my siblings and I dance around to our favourite Christmas choons. Bring it on!

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  55. Ooh...that's a tough one. I always want to wear something oh so pretty, but my family are really into their hill walking on Christmas day. So I usually end up wearing skinny jeans, knee-high boots and a red sloppy jumper.

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  56. I'm with my in-laws on Christmas morning, then will be hopping in a cab down to my parents' house for Christmas afternoon. There will be a lot of food and drink at both halves of this Christmas, so I will therefore wear something loose-fitting, and that DOES NOT SHOW BOOZE STAINS. And, actually, since this fairly accurately describes my whole wardrobe, I should be fine. Though if I win this dress, I will probably wear that and DAZZLE everyone with it, and some killer heels which I'll reserve the right to exchange for slippers after about 10 minutes.

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  57. I shall wear my new lovely Louche intarsia jumper with a deer on it! Bottom half, probably something loose fitting plus fluffy slippers. Because I am ALL CLASS.

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  58. I'm quite fortunate that I recently bought a Coco Fennell red maxi dress so that will be festive outfit - if I win this one - that's New Year sorted.

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  59. I'll be wearing a dress as I don't get the opportunity to be 'glam' very often. It would be nice to wear a Coco Fennel on Christmas day though - all her designs are so gorgeous!

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  60. This is my first Christmas with the boyfriend - after being a lonely old bird for the last 4 years since my separation. I plan on wearing sequins but of course finished off with slippers... However, he might other plans :)

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  61. I used to keep Christmas outfits fairly casual until my daughter (7), decreed that party dresses must be worn. I'm currently planning to follow her lead and wear with a navy dress embellished with lots of sparkles. There may even have to be glitter involved!

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  62. The day starts in festive jim jams - I buy a new pair every year so I look fresh in present opening photos :)

    Then I wear the most fabulous dress I can get my hands on. Last year it was shiny purple, fitted at the top and very poofy with netting under the skirt. However, it didn't have enough dinner room and I had to change back to jim jams after lunch! :(

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  63. It's a toss up between '50s sparkle (dark blue halterneck dress covered in gold stars; I don't often get to dress like a fairy in the daytime!) or leggings & glitter legwarmers. Though to be fair, it may well end up being both.

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  64. You can wear your PJs any old day (for me, days I am off sick and need to watch back-to-back channel 5 films and drink brandy). Christmas Day is a chance to feel glamorous and festively fabulous - I'll be wearing a frock, seamed stockings and red lippy! Well, you never know what could happen when you're wearing a frock...
    P xx

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  65. Because Dad's working on the 25th we're having two Christmas days this year. On the 22nd I shall probably wear one of my two new pairs of jeans. On the 25th I'll wear my stand-by red kneelength dress. Or maybe the other way around, I haven't really decided yet.

    (Pity this dress is only available up to a size 14. If I will I shall have to give it to my flatmate.)

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  66. I plan on wearing a little red, off the shoulder dress with some black tights and little sparkly Cinderella shoes that I got last Christmas from the Disney pop-up store in Harrods! Xxx

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  67. The Husband and I are at his parents for Christmas. My mother-in-law (who is herself awesome) has the most awesome wardrobe, and every year I strive to find something seemly, so we can both swan about together feeling fancy. Hopefully, this Christmas day I will be wearing a stunning Sailor dress from Coco Fennel...

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  68. Oh my! I hadn't even thought about what to wear! I am going to my in laws for the first time in our 4 years of marriage due to bad relations to begin with. I have to avoid gluten, wheat, dairy and lactose so I have been so busy planning food I forgot about clothes :/

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  69. Hmmm christmas day will be wearing whatevers laid out on my bedpost before the day ;) however i did catch a sneeky peeak off what my girlfriends reciept from the clarkenwell collection seems like i'll be suiting up. Know im a male but i really want to have this oppurtuninty to gift my mum, or gf depending who it fits! on xmas day!!

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  70. Christmas Day I'll be wearing something pretty but cosy. Probably no sequins, but you never do know!

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  71. Well, it's inevitable really; a Cath Kidston pinny over an LBD - with slippers.

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  72. I'm planning on snuggling up with my onesie, a cracker hat and a faint splash of rum from the festive swaying whilst drinking.

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  73. Thanks to the fact that my sister has a Finnish boyfriend, we get to celebrate on the 24th AND the 25th. Awesome. I think the 24th will involve Christmas jumpers (last year I got my sister and her chap matching Christmas pudding ones, very classy) and for the 25th I have a new LBD (which will also do the rounds for the work Christmas party and another party next weekend) which I'll be wearing with those amazing turquoise Topshop shoes with the silver glittery heels.

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  74. I'll be wearing a lovely red dress :)

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  75. Sparkle all the way for me a pretty dress, a glass of bubbly and a curry ordered Christmas eve warms in the oven so I don't have to cook! Heaven.

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  76. I'll probably wear an H&M jumper dress I bought over Christmas last year - it's really cosy, white, and has a silver metallic thread running through it for a bit of razzmatazz, so it makes me feel like a (cuddly) snow queen.

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  77. I live on a boat! So, I'll probably be wearing jeans....it would be so much nicer to be wearing this dress1

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  78. I love that the sailor dress has sleeves! I'll be wearing a cute dress of some kind with a red snuggly cardi and sparkly earrings. The only problem is that my fluffy slipper socks are bright -pink- and will clash horribly. Clearly an excuse for new slippers, right?

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  79. I don't have a Christmas outfit picked out yet! Fingers crossed this could be it... x

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  80. I'll wear something cosy and comfortable, that won't be ruined by sundry cooking splashes!

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  81. I'm a freelancer so Christmas equals the opportunity to get dressed at a time of day normal people do. I'll probably be wearing something which is black and involves lace - not for any exciting reason, sadly.

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  82. With a toddler under two, I'm planning to wear anything that doesn't show the porridge, yoghurt, chocolate and otherwise flavoured fingermarks I'm bound to end up covered in. With a pair of sparkly earrings, of course.

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  83. Usually I'd be in a swimming costume and a santa suit for the Christmas morning swim, but this year I shan't be near the sea so I shall be in my christmas onesie and then metamorphosize into a sparkly butterfly in time for dinner

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  84. I'll start the day in my new fleecy snow flake pattern pyjamas, then into jeans and probably (depending how cold it is) my Sarah Lund jumper. Then pjs again when we get back from our walk.

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  85. This year I would like to say I'll be in something fabulous but realistically I'll be pulling on my kilt and a cozy knit to head off to work. But at least when I get home I can pull on a faithful Christmas maxi to start off the evening.

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  86. So it'll be my new reindeer flannel pj's and my stripy red socks with a cuddly reindeer head on for stockings and morning shenanigans. Then I should probably make an effort for our Christmas walk and lunch so I'll probably don some sparkly tights, a Christmas cardi and my fail-safe denim dress for the rest of the day. So minimum effort and maximum Christmas attire mixed together, perfect!

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  87. It will have to be something red. I have a lovely vintage 60's dress with a nordic white scene across the front and a big collar. I wore it last year and was willing it to snow so that I could go and prance around in a real snow scape. If I won the dress I would of course be wearing that (with red mary quant herringbone tights).

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  88. I would LIKE to be wearing my bunnie onesie, one sock with robins on, one with penguins, and my pink fluffy tiara, whilst sat on my lovely enormous sofa in my beautiful flat with my cat curled up on my lap and my husband bringing me chocolate oranges.
    Instead I will be running around Bristol keeping all members of my family and the in-laws happy, whilst wearing a polka dot 50's dress (the dress bit is quite nice actually) and a grumpy face!

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  89. I'll probably go with a pencil skirt dress in black obviously a classic or a pencil skirt with a nice blouse, probably all black too. It'll be the first christmas with my boyfriend's parents so have to make a good impression. Topped off with a retro hair set from the 40s and classic pin up make up.

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  90. Oh my. Two words.... Giraffe Kigu!! (All day if possible!)

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  91. I will be wearing a rather lovely (but very sensible) crepe Tshirt shift dress in festive red. No creasing on the journey to my sisters and roomy enough to eat as many roast potatoes as I wish and still be able to get on the floor and steal the Monsters Uni Play dough barbers I bought for my Nephew!

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  92. Hopefully this dress! But otherwise I will be modeling a festively coloured flannel checked shirt and a pretty skirt and if luckily enough to receive new pjs they shall follow shortly after!

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  93. I will be donning my lemur kigu (my whole family have one and we will all be dressed as various cute animals around the dinner table) and my pointy bell tipped elf slippers.

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  94. I usually treat myself to something spangly to put on after changing out of my swimsuit…..we go swimming in the sea on Christmas Day - all part of a local fundraiser for Cancer Research. This year I would love to put on a beautiful Coco Fennell sailor dress! Fingers crossed……..

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  95. I have a rude Christmas jumper, that looks lovely at first glance, however if you look closer the reindeers are, erm, *cough* enjoying a bit of rumpy pumpy!

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  96. Since we go out for Christmas lunch I'll be donning my black, gold and red butterfly dress from Lady Vintage with shiny red shoes and black tights. Once I'm back home and getting tipsy on gin cocktails I'll be in new PJs!

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  97. We always dress up in our house. I can't decide whether to go for the bright turquoise empire-waisted vintage number with the gems on the bodice; or the simple sleeveless black dress with the beautiful ruffled front which hides my flat chest. Decisions, decisions. Of course, if I won this dress, I could just wear that...!

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  98. I will be wearing my fluffy sausage dog pjs for a morning of potato peeling. Once all the preparation is done I will put on my tara starlet tea dress with some sparkly tights. The pjs will most certainly be coming out again post dinner!

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  99. Jim-jams followed by gold dress for Christmas lunch then back to Jim-jams for slobbing on the sofa eating a great deal of choccies!

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  100. For me it will be jeans, a comfy snuggly jumper and my wellys for the walking over to various relatives houses for gin and chocolate x

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  101. I shall be wearing a most hideous Christmas jumper and something with lots of give :)

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  102. A huge part of our Christmas tradition is new pyjamas on Christmas Eve, so I hope to spend the first part of the day lounging around in a Topshop nightshirt and long socks. Then it's into glad rags for lunch! This year I have a rather gorgeous vintage dress and some (thankfully) not-so-vintage underwear. Heels are a must, but rest assured, it's only because I don't move from the sofa. Aesthetics over practicality on a day when we eat and drink for twelve hours straight. So excited!

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  103. I'll have so many changes of outfit on Christmas Day! Pajamas, then hiking clothes, then something present-opening friendly (christmas jumper!), a sparkly dress and ending up in pajamas again! All activities covered!

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  104. Ha! Now I want to wear that dress :)

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  105. I have no idea what to wear this Christmas day...argh!!! I need an outfit quick!!!

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  106. Smart , no cheese, no sequins either

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  107. A purple satin nightshirt that I bought myself from Debenhams, I'm wearing it now and it's soooo comfy.

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  108. I'll be wearing PJ's in the morning while making breakfast. Then it'll be my new Christmas jumper and tartan trousers (yeah i know!!!! but it's Christmas).

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  109. I was thinking about commissioning my mum to knit matching Christmas jumpers for me and my cat to wear on Christmas Day...but now I've seen that dress, I can just picture her in a sailor's dress... ;)

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