The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star showed some fabulous details of her holiday decorating in a recent Instagram post, posing on the stairs in a gorgeous gown amid a festive background.
The staircase banister was wrapped in garlands, black-and-white striped bows, and several black-and-white, silver, and gold shiny ornaments.
The next few series of photos gave fans a closer sneak peek at some of the festive details, including a large toy train at the foot of the stairs and a Christmas tree decked out in various ornaments.
The reality star also shared a few more close-up details of how her family is decorating the tree in some recent Instagram Stories. She showed her daughter Phoenix, 4, and her son Jagger, 6, putting Christmas ornaments on the tree, which was covered in faux snow (via Bravo Style & Living).
Dorit also showed off her special ornament choice: a tiny ice bucket with a bottle of champagne, saying she was “ready to celebrate.”
In addition to showing off some holiday decor, the swimwear designer announced her new venture into designing wedding dresses, signaling the occasion for her announcement with her jaw-dropping wedding dress sported in the Instagram photo.
“I’m so excited to announce that I’ve been working on a new collection of wedding dresses, evening gowns, cocktail dresses, little girls(????????), bridal accessories and more; as part of my Dorit x @nektaria_official collection coming soon ????!” she exclaimed in her caption.
She went on, “It’s been such a thrill to pour my heart into designing all these fierce, show stopping pieces.❣️ The fabrics and craftsmanship are world class and my creativity and inspiration have been on ????since I started this collection. I cannot wait to share more with you but in the meantime check out all of the incredible pieces that @nektaria_official has available in her current collection such as this stunning wedding gown featured here. ???? #Excited #DoritxNektaria ????[.]”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is currently in production and should air sometime next spring.