I don´t have an office (Thank God for that!), but I do have interpreter colleagues and we´re holding our Christmas party in January. Can´t wait, I just need to survive the holiday “cheer” first. I used to love Christmas, now I feel like the Grinch. 😉
And as you know, I love dressing up, in fact I never let a chance pass me by, which means I find myself overdressed all the time. 😉 Sometimes, people come over to compliment me and they often catch me off guard. Everybody wants to be a diva, but not all the time, right? 😉
Well Christmas is not here yet and I hope it never comes. My life is a complete mess for the time being, but dreaming of clothes is therapy, right?!
So if I were invited to a New Year´s Party, I would be wearing this:
Sequin dress- Tom Ford
As I might have mentioned before, December is a social affair in Norway- there are Christmas parties to attend, brunches and lunches to be devoured, Christmas markets to go to. Eating out with colleagues or friends is also quite popular. And while I used to buy a new dress for New Year´s Eve when living in Romania, in Norway it´s pretty common to renew one´s wardrobe before a Christmas party. 😉
To give you a glimpse of how busy a month this is, two days ago we were invited to dinner at our friends´ place, the day before yesterday we had dinner in a fancy restaurant with my husband´s former work colleagues and today we´re hosting a brunch ourselves. I´m not planning to buy anything new, I have too vast a wardrobe to pull that through, but if I were, it´d be a Diane von Furstenberg dress, a Charlotte Olympia clutch and a Burberry Prorsum pair of heels. What do you think?
These are my favorite pieces this summer! I can´t wait to wear them on chilly evenings at the Oslo marina, on hot afternoon strolls to the nearest taverna in Santorini and on pleasant Parisian nights from a French brasserie to a jazzy bar. Come along!
I just bought these beauties from mytheresa.com, they´re from Ancient Greek Sandals and I simply adore them!