Christmas Chic

Christmas time is approaching, and I’m sure you’re busy running from cookie swaps to merry gatherings! So what do you wear during such a busy time? Here are some of my favorite holiday looks:

Cozy Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve is just one more occasion to get dressed up! Whether you’re going to Church or celebrating at home getting ready for Santa, this ensemble is pretty darn cute. It focuses more on red, which tones it down, but you can always pair it with a great green bag. A belt and a high waisted skirt can pull in any sweater so that it accentuates your silhouette in a way that’s flattering for any body type. Wear it with black tights to keep you extra cozy!


(Sweater, J. Crew; Skirt, Topshop; Flats, Tory Burch; Belt, Couture Candy; Headband, Alannah Hill; Bag, Zenith)

A Classic Christmas

When you’re gathered around the yule log exchanging gifts with loved ones, you’ll want to look great for all of the pictures. This is also a nice idea for next year’s Christmas card! We have seen this outfit everywhere from Pinterest to Tumblr. The flannel gives it a down to earth quality, while the layering of textures and accent sparkle gives it just the right amount of pizzaz.


(Shirt, Abercrombie & Fitch; Skirt, Alice + Olivia; Shoes, Odeon; Necklace, Go Jane; Clutch, Jane Norman)

Rockin Around the Christmas Tree

This look is made for a fun night out! It is perfect for getting together with friends to celebrate right before or after Christmas with the family. A pop of red with neutral gold accessories brings a holiday feel without going overboard.


(Top, Karen Millen; Jeans, Rag&Bone; Wristlet, Lilly Pulitzer; Pyramid Bangles, Bloomingdale’s; Watch Bracelet, Jeffrey Banks; Heels, Anne Klein)


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