How to Be a Ladyperson at the Holidays: 10 Important Tips

This is how we should dress this ‘season’
I particularly love ;
Show off all your many dimensions at once. When planning outfits for your holiday soirées, think: “I’m an heiress and an Italian professor at this upscale tropical funeral.”

And “Pants are for suckers! Merry Christmas”

Straight from the ad pages of your favorite magazines, here’s your guide to being a girl in December. Take notes.

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1. Stay cozy. Wear a baby.

wear a baby If you play your cards right, your sensitive, goateed dad/boyfriend/professor will reward you with a pair of socks made out of his extra sweater sleeves.

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2. Flaunt your complexity.

Embrace all your many dimensions. Think: "I'm an heiress and an Italian professor at this upscale tropical funeral." Show off all your many dimensions at once. When planning outfits for your holiday soirées, think: “I’m an heiress and an Italian professor at this upscale tropical funeral.”

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3. Represent feminine softness in a hard masculine world.

coach All around you are skyscrapers made of bricks and iron and glass and ouchy things. They’re all pointy and hard. But not you. You’re a soft pink flower in a gentle haze of light. Everything around you is blooming, because you breathed springtime into winter. You’re a superfresh candypants sugarblossom.

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4. If you’re truly hot, you…

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Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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5 Responses to How to Be a Ladyperson at the Holidays: 10 Important Tips

  1. Very funny, thanks for the laugh

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  2. Grannymar says:

    Hey! I used to wear Elly inside my coat. Not last week… splutter, splutter, no. When she was a baby and fitted in one of those pouch carriers. I was walking down the hill to the town one day and there was a man ahead of me, he kept turning to look at me and then went on a little further. Eventually he turned back and walked back up to me. As he stopped he said “Ah, you are talking to the baby. I did not notice her and thought you were talking to me!”

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