A Very Rodali Christmas

We hear bells jingling.
It’s the end of the year, and Santa’s sled is right around the corner. We’re prepping for a day that begins with mass, makes a pitstop for some winter sun, and ends (or begins) with carols and candycanes at home.

Home, sweet home; candycane, meet candy stripe
Rodali wears the Madagascar Striped Shirt tucked into striped shorts, and the Victoria Boatneck Pullover in aubergine for added colour and the jumper equivalent of a snuggle. She tied our Madagascar Denim Shirt around her waist, slipped on wooly socks to keep the chill at bay, and found a sunlit spot. Classic Christmas morning.
Church and carolling 
It’s meet-and-greet time with the birthday boy, and all birthday shindigs deserve a little effort. Rodali wore a chanderi midi skirt in a subtle gold with the Madagascar Shirt in frosted olive. That pullover did double duty here, as she prepped her vocal chords for a gutsy rendition of “Santa Claus is coming to town”. Tip: Top it off with sheer polka socks and black pumps, and you’re golden. Plus it’s always time for flowers in your hair.
It’s s’more-o-clock 
Between piping hot tea time, and eggnog time, there’s a golden window called s’more-o-clock. Christmas time is also the one time of year when lounging with marshmallows and wine in the afternoon isn’t just normal, but encouraged. Liquid denim works perfectly; Rodali chose our Naomi Camisole and Elvis flared trousers, topped with that pullover and accessorised with a scarf in her hair.

All jewellery courtesy Nimai.