Photographed by: Daniella Guzzo Photography

Dress: Value Village || Shoes: Winners || Jewellery: Elsa Corsi and Jeweliette Jewellery || Clutch: Croatia

Ok, everyone…I’m having a muumuu moment!  Yes, that’s right, I’m wearing the 1970’s inspired Muumuu trend (as seen on the runways or Roberto Cavalli, Chloe and Valentino) for the Holiday season!  I mean why wouldn’t I?  I can eat all I want without worrying about depriving myself, AND I’ll look stylish as I go up for seconds to the buffet table – haha!  Seriously though, here’s a little inspiration for those of you who want to give this silhouette a try for the Holidays!



Wardrobe Details:

The Muumuu, which originated in Hawaii, is a loose fitting dress which hangs from the shoulders.  It’s don’t have a lot of shape to it and floats away from the  body, providing a comfortable and effortless look.  I found this exquisite dress at my favourite thrift store, Value Village, where I like to shop for one-of-a-kind pieces to add to my wardrobe.  I was immediately drawn to the multitude of colours in the print.  To me, it kind of looks like a cross section of a gemstone!  When you take a closer look at the details, it has little keyhole cutouts along the neckline, shoulders and around the two large (and deep) side pockets.  I like that the short sleeves shows off a little skin and exposes the slimmest part of the body; while the maxi length offers a comfortable yet formal look.  PLUS, it doubles as a great summer dress styled with flats!

I went with these silver almond-toe heels, for a little sheen, and added this very cool blush-pink geometric shaped clutch.  I purchased this in Croatia and it picks up on the pink hue in the dress perfectly.





To elevate the look, I layered my Elsa Corsi body chane over my dress, along with my ear climber.  These a staple accessories in my wardrobe as they definitely add an element of sparkle and personality to this look.





Whether you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind dress, or a creative way of dressing for the holidays, I recommend hitting your local thrift store to find unique pieces that can be integrated into your regular wardrobe.  It’s all about maximum dressing on a minimum budget! – xo