Seriously, there’s only a few more day ’til Christmas and 2 weeks before the New Year. Where did the time go?! I don’t know about you but I’m so excited for Christmas to arrive. I can’t wait to see the smile on my kids’ faces when they open the presents that have been waiting for them under the Christmas tree. So this is what happened – My husband and I decided we’re not going to get the kids toys for Christmas because they have tons in their play room. We enrolled them in a swimming class that will start in January instead. But of course, as soon as Black Friday deals started, I found myself shopping for their clothes and stuff they currently want, wrapped them, and put them under the Christmas tree. Anyone else who does the same thing?
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OUTFIT DETAILS: similar sweater here, here, and here // tulle skirt // boots (under $40!!!) // similar sunnies here and here (both under $15!!!) // similar clutch here (ON SALE – under $120!!!), here (ON SALE – under $45!!!), and here (ON SALE – under $45!!!)
This outfit is perfect for the Christmas and New Year parties that you’re going be at in the coming days. I adore the girly details of this outfit. This look is so easy to recreate, all you need are a sweater, a pair of boots, and a tulle skirt.
This sweater caught my eyes because of two things – the choker neck detail and the puff sleeves. It’s such a fun twist to a classic sweater. This tulle skirt is from the outfit I wore on my first blog anniversary where I wore it with a chambray shirt and sandals. Here’s a fun way to wear a tulle skirt during the colder months. And these velvet boots are one of my recent finds from Target. I adore the block heels and the color. These boots are a little narrow. I wear size 5.5 and I usually get boots in size 6 for a more comfortable fit because I usually wear socks in them; but this pair fits snugly in size 6 even when I’m only wearing thin socks. It doesn’t bother that much me but I recommend sizing up if you want a looser fit.
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What did you think of this post? What will you be wearing to the Christmas and New Year parties you’ll be at? Let me know in the comments. You know I always love to hear from you.