Is it too soon to say MISTLETOE?
I don't know why we only say the word at a "certain time of the year". Mistletoe is a symbol of love and romance – it's also believed that hanging it in one's home will ward off evil spirits and bring good luck. Kissing under the Mistletoe originated in England in the 1700s but the ancient Druids as well as Greeks valued the shrubby little plant for it's tenacity.
I saw the sprigs as a beautiful design concept and started toying with the idea. The result is a glam 1940s-inspired pattern - a freestyle swirl of leaf and berry deeply contrasted against a green background – a perfect design for a stunning figure-hugging holiday dress.
Whether you're planning a busy go-around of upcoming festive events or a virtual get-together, your body language will be blowing kisses.
From Bags of Love this knee-skimming midi is an impeccable choice for those who like a sophisticated longer length. In either soft fashion jersey or Solange silky jersey it features a side slit for ease of movement while maintaining a chic bodycon silhouette. Made in England.
For those who want it short and sleek, a trendy mid-thigh length is available at Art of Where in slinky micro-knit with hand cover-stitched hems. Fabric is milled in Montreal and treated for moisture wicking. This versatile little dress can be worn back-to-front as well, giving you two sensational looks in one!