Its Day 5 on our Christmas My Week In Beulah special with the beautiful Julie Anne Dorff who wore our Georgia dress for tea at The Goring on the terrace. This dress is one of Beulah’s classic styles that radiates effortless elegance and glamour. This flattering silhouette with the cinched waist and pleated neckline looks best with a pair of elongating heels. Julie Anne Dorff has accessorised it with gold Monica Vinader hoop earrings, a small gold pendent necklaces, a chunky bangle, black tights and patent black pumps.
Built by Jeremy Goring’s great-grandfather Otto in 1910, The Goring has been lovingly run by the Goring family since its inception.
How would you describe your style?
Discreet, uncomplicated, with an emphasis on cut and fabric. I also love accessories.
What is your favourite accessory or piece of jewellery?
The star pendant my husband gave me for our first Christmas that I’m wearing now!
Photography by Antonia Peña
The Goring was built by Jeremy Goring’s great-grandfather Otto in 1910, The Goring has been lovingly run by the Goring family since its inception and has been a firm favourite of royals since it first opened its doors. The coronations of George VI and Her Majesty The Queen saw the hotel filled with royalty attending these great occasions from all over the world. The Queen Mother also famously enjoyed Eggs Drumkilbo – a lobster and egg-based dish that remains one of the most popular dishes on the menu. In 2013 The Goring was given the appointment of a Royal Warrant, it is the only hotel to have been awarded a Royal Warrant for hospitality services.
We want to thank The Goring for having us, it truly has a special feel steeped in British heritage and we love the special Christmas St. Moritz Ski Bar!