6 Christmas Fashion Campaigns We LOVE

‘Its the most wonderful time of the year’! As ‘holiday’s are coming’, it’s time to get into the Christmas spirit and ‘have yourself a merry little Christmas!’. Ok.. I’ll stop now, I am getting far too carried away in my festive excitement!

As we continue ticking off our Christmas shopping lists and begin to put up those fairy lights, our favorite fashion magazines and television channels begin to encourage our festive spirits through an array of adverts. Whether snowy or couture, country or city, one thing is for sure: Christmas fashion campaigns will get us in the Holiday spirit!

From your Grandmother’s hay day, to the just printed, here’s six Christmas fashion campaigns we love…

Hermes

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(Photo Source: trendhunter.com)

Why we love it: The perfect mix of art and fashion, Hermes manages to create a snow-filled world that is on the borderline of reality and whimsy. This could quite easily be a chic girl in Alaska with her moose as it could be a scene from a snow-filled fairytale. Plus: there is a moose wearing a scarf! Need we say more?

Get the look: Keep warm this snowy season by layering silk scarves around your head. To re-create Hermes’ seamless red-navy effect, we recommend layering three of the stripe scarves in red, brown and blue.

If you prefer a patterned look, the floral paisley silk scarf in maroon will look stunning paired with the artistic print silk scarf in blue.

 

Coca Cola

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Why we love it: Nothing says ‘holiday’s are coming’ like the good old Coca Cola ads! From the time when it only cost 5 cents to chugging train of 90s adverts, Coca Cola always manage to perfectly capture the holiday spirit! This vintage ad gets our tick of approval for it’s fashionable take on st Nick’s get up! Pass us some knee highs and a bottle of Coca Cola pronto! If only it still cost five cents…

Get the look: Don’t you just love how the belted scarf trend has come back around? Go vintage-inspired in the geometric print scarf tucked into your fave waist belt. Santa get-up optional.

Or if you want that little bit of sexy Santa in your daily attire, opt for the solid color scarf in red. Warning: will result in waltzing around singing ‘Santa Baby’ Marilyn Monroe style!

Burberry

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(Photo Source: stylist.co.uk)

Why we love it: It’s a fashion super duo! Anything with both Naomi Campbell and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley gets the big-fat-fashion tick of approval! These printed Maroon dresses remind us of a quintessential English forest becoming coated in soft snow. The golden-flecked snow flakes add a little luxury to a typical Festive vibe.

Get the look: Chances are, a Burberry scarf is not on your shopping list (unless you are the Queen). Luckily, we have some bargain alternatives in the same warm, maroon palette that you won’t actually be too afraid to wear!

The geometric print scarf in red has a classic Burberry vibe written all over it and it’s a total steal at $18!

Or opt for a more bohemian vibe with this luxurious floral paisley silk scarf.

Printemps

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(Photo source: fashiongonerogue.com)

Why we love it: This shot truly captures the romantic and whimsical vibe of the festive period! It feels like we have opened a vintage jewellery box and the spinning ballerina has come to life! Plus: check out the couture dress Karlie Kloss is wearing! We wouldn’t expect anything less from Mario Testino.

Get the look: Dark, romantic and taken from a ballerina’s wardrobe, re-enact the Victorian vibes with the solid color scarf in black. Tie around your slicked-back hair to copy Kloss’s look.

 

Tiffany & Co

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(Photo Source: trendhunter.com)

Why we love it: It perfectly combines the childhood magic of Christmas and the sophistication of the festive season as an adult.

Get the look: If you can’t have the blue box in your life, don’t fret! You can still have the luscious shade of ‘Tiffany blue’. The artistic print silk scarf in sky blue has got you covered!

For a look that will make you sparkle like a Tiffany diamond, layer up the stripe scarves in ocean blue and silver.

Dior

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Why we love it: Subtle, glamorous festive party vibes. There is something so glossy and perfect about this campaign. The contrast of the gold ribbon and the black gloves has a strong old Hollywood glamour attached to it.

Get the look: This one is all about creating an air of luxury! Contrast gold and black, for a subtle and classy Festive vibe. The exotic silk scarf in dark gold gives this sophisticated palette a bohemian edge.

Mix and match the solid color scarves in black and orange for a glamorous evening look.

Which Christmas campaign gets you in the festive spirit? Let me know in the comments below.

Rachel Holliday

Rachel Holliday

Interior design and fashion contributor at Banarsi Designs. Writer and Aussie-based fashion and personal style blogger at www.thedailyluxe.net