It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The entire city of Athens is decorated and the festive spirit is everywhere. In Greece, we traditionally give and receive presents on New Year’s Eve, not at Christmas. The story about gift-giving here in Greece goes like this: Santa Claus for the Orthodox Christians is Saint Nicholas, who we celebrate on 6th December, protector of the seas, sailors and fishermen. The one that brings the presents to us is Saint Vassilios or Basil, who we celebrate on 1st January and was known for his care of the poor and the underprivileged.
Inspired by the festive spirit and the upcoming gift exchange, I did another dress-up outfit, this time as one of Santa’s little helpers, an elf. I am so sad that I cannot give you any tangible gifts, but I am wishing you all good health, happiness and love from the bottom of my heart! Happy New Year everyone!!!
xoxo
|barefoot duchess| 
//gypsy maximal pom pom & tassels earrings, SOFI MOUKIDOU JEWELS  (buy them here)//
//red bolero, HELMI//
//assymetric dress with a bow, HELMI (buy it here)//
//cossack hat, gloves, petticoat & boots, personal collection//
Barefoot duchess wearing greek fashion brands
 
Barefoot duchess wearing greek fashion brands
 
Barefoot duchess wearing greek fashion brands
 
Barefoot duchess wearing greek fashion brands
 
Barefoot duchess wearing greek fashion brands
 
Barefoot duchess wearing greek fashion brands
//gypsy maximal pom pom & tassels earrings, SOFI MOUKIDOU JEWELS  (buy them here)//
//red bolero, HELMI//
//assymetric dress with a bow, HELMI (buy it here)//
//cossack hat, gloves, petticoat & boots, personal collection//
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