{The Details}

Chiffon/tulle Dress: BCBG
Knit Dress: H&M
Vest: Garcia
Boots: Old Navy
Scarf: handmade gift
Bracelets: Olive & Piper and Stella & Dot
Bag: Coach
Belt: Brave Leather
Lip Colour: Revlon

This time of year is definitely all about socializing.  It’s impossible to have a new outfit for every occasion, however getting creative with layers and textures can transform your wardrobe to something new.  This outfit gave me that perfect balance of cozy but polished.  I layered two dresses to achieve my desired look.  I was warm enough to be outside taking pictures but not too warm when we were inside sipping London Fogs.  I feel like this one will be making a repeat showing over the holidays.

I will have a last minute Christmas gift post coming this weekend! Be sure to check back for some fun ideas.

 

{Details}

My head to to look: c/o Barefoot Contessa 

Maddie: Arrow & Lace Designs

The holiday season is in full swing, and that means parties and festive get togethers.  Most of our parties are on the more casual side these days, but I make sure I have at least one occasion  to get all dolled up!  Besides choosing a flattering silhouette, I make sure that the pieces I chose for the holidays can still work there way into my wardrobe when the making merry season is over.  This skirt will be perfect in the Spring too and these shoes will go with anything!

Barefoot Contessa is one of those local fabulous boutiques that I am bound to score some perfect pieces of pretty.  I was drawn to this skirt immediately.  I adore this style of skirt (flattering on almost all body types), however the popular ones out there don’t exactly fit a gal with some curvy bits.  This skirt has all the components I’ve been looking for…elastic waist, lady like length, lined, a gorgeous print, and under $100. The store is full of so many beautiful pieces like taffeta skirts, faux fur coats, lacey dresses, and sequins galore.  They truly have anything I could possible need this holiday.

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