Party Ready: 3 ways to wear our Margot maxi dress

Our new limited-edition party dress, the Margot has just launched. A love letter to Jaipur featuring mirror work inspired by the Sheesh Mahal mirror hall of the Amer Fort and heritage block print motifs that adorn the palace walls. This week on the journal we share 3 ways to wear her this winter, cosy to carols, with added sparkle for nights out and a relaxed, yet festive look for the big day itself.

For carols

Pick out the peachy tones in the print of the Margot dress with your make-up to warm up winter skin and shop your wardrobe for accessories in classic black and camel to complete the cosy look.

Get the look: Margot maxi dress, Dilli Grey, £199; Suede knee-high boots, Duo Boots, £250; Wool maxi city coat, Jigsaw, £375; 100% cashmere beanie, Uniqlo, £25; Bronzer palette, Hourglass, £64; Lipstick, Victoria Beckham Beauty, £37


For Cocktails

When can you add all the glitz and glamour if not at Christmas? Add some sparkle with metallic and gold accessories to twinkle the night away...

Get the look: Margot maxi dress, Dilli Grey, £199; Eyeshadow palette, Roen, £43;  Black velvet bow sandals, Ted Baker, £145; Sparkly gold socks, New Look, £3.99; Bejewelled headband, Monsoon, £18; Gold beaded clutch, Accessorize, £20


For Christmas Day

If you're on cooking, entertaining and party game duty, flats are the order of the day. Add some statement hoops and a hint of sparkly to your make-up to get you in the festive mood.

Get the look:

Margot maxi dress, Dilli Grey, £199; Jewelled flats, Boden, £140; Gold eyeliner, NYX, £7; Gold and pearl hoops, Ashiana London, £37.50; Peach nail-polish, OPI, £15

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