Thanksgiving Travel Day
It’s been awhile since I’ve done some actual fashion on the blog, so I’m taking the opportunity this week as many of you are packing for Thanksgiving trips or thinking about what to wear for family gatherings.
As I watch it snow here, I think leggings are perfectly appropriate to wear when you’re traveling, especially in inclement weather. So long as you take care to wear them with a cute sweater and booties and not a hoodie and some ratty old Uggs.
A wrap coat is very trend this winter and it looks so sophisticated. No reason not to travel in style. You will also be seeing these flannel scarves that are really more like small blankets everywhere. I confess I have one already and wear it regularly.
Don’t forget to bring the wine. 😉
I lived through the weekend! I’m so sorry that I missed posting. Too many holiday parties! But I’m back now!
When hosting a holiday party, the last thing you might have time to think about is what to wear. Decorating, cleaning and food take top priority. But with this simple outfit, you can put the pieces together at the last minute and still be ready for the festivities!
The key to an easy last minute look- monochromatic. With all black pieces, you really can’t go wrong. It’s the LBD of outfits. Just remember to keep the pieces textured and/or shiny to keep the look from being too boring.
Time to make pigs in a blanket! Happy hosting!
It’s work party season! And that means deciphering invitations. For more information on what exactly the differences are in wording on dress code, read this post here
When the wording says “cocktail,” you’ll need a fancy dress. It isn’t “formal” but it should be a step up from something you’d wear to work.
You basically have four options which I’ve given examples of below.
1) Red- it stands alone from the color category because it is a stand out. Remember the song?
2) Black, white or a combo- a classic and always a safe bet
3) Metallics or neutrals- very flattering and will put you in the holiday spirit
4) A bright color- definitely an attention grabber but also very festive!
I hope this helps you know what kind of dress to buy or pull from your closet when preparing for those seeming ambiguous work parties!