With gift giving on our mind it's easy to forget about making an outfit for Christmas. Whether you go all out or dress down we have six styles to help jog some Christmas outfit inspiration. Best of all? These looks are affordable and stylish!
When it comes to the holidays, it's all about comfy and cozy for me! Taking a walk on Christmas Eve to see the lights or staying in with hot cocoa and Elf - ♪ these are a few of my favorite things. ♪
This outfit was chosen with those things in mind. Stay warm but still cheery in this locally hand-knit pom-pom beanie, while stretchy jeans means comfort for those last-minute shopping sprees (and room for more cookies).
The neutral color palette allows infinite possibilities for accessories - mix and match metals for an edgier look or keep it cute with on-trend tassel jewelry.
Cheers and happy holidays!
Sarah L.'s Style
When it comes to family get togethers for the holidays, I usually choose comfort over style. We’re usually just hanging out at my in-laws, eating, and drinking the day away, so the last thing I want to wear is something tight or super fancy. But I still want to feel nice and pulled together! I decided to go with our newest jumpsuit because the colors are all of my favorite tones to wear. It fits perfectly throughout the top without the worry of my bra popping out, but still low cut enough to wear a pretty layered necklace. I added one of our zodiac necklaces, as well!
Another reason I went with this gorgeous jumpsuit was because it has elastic to accentuate my waist, without being too tight fitting. Because we all know a food baby is inevitable.
Finally I topped this look off with my favorite boat hat that we carry at our midtown location! The elastic inside makes this hat the perfect fit and goes with so many of my outfits. It also doesn’t give me “hat hair” so once I’m settled at my family's house with Prosecco in hand, I can take it off without worrying about losing volume in my locks.
Merry Christmas! It's absolutely the most magical time of year, I love everything about it. Especially all of the fun parties and family gatherings that happen all month long.
For this weeks theme I'm dressing for Christmas dinner! My whole entire family usually gets together and has dinner on Christmas so it's a fun time to get dressed up with everyone. I chose this adorable new skirt that we just got in. I paired it with this coffee mock neck top. These tops are seriously such a favorite of mine and are great paired with everything. I chose that color to help bring out the florals in the skirt. I added a cream sweater as well to add some warmth and color as well!
To accessorize it I chose to add black tights, just because it helps keep me warm and adds an extra layer. I added an adorable layered gold necklace to top it all off! I hope this inspires some of your outfits that you may need for this season and may you have a Merry Christmas!
It's Christmas! But Christmas in a forgiving climate is the most fun! Sacramento has just enough chilly temperatures for fashionable outerwear, but not too cold to sacrifice style.
With those benefits in mind, I decided to wear a beautiful pink crushed velvet pleated mid calf skirt! It's an amazing statement piece that deserved subtle details to enhance it. I styled it with a black off the shoulder bodysuit, and an off white fuzzy jacket.
A gold layered detail necklace, a gold detail bangle, and gold hoop earrings with rose details brought my look to life. I'm ready for any Christmas gathering and the comfort is unmatched. Happy holidays!
Sarah R.'s Style
It feels like we were just longing for colder days and now Christmas is already upon us! I don't know that I'm quite ready for the holiday yet(my kids were awfully difficult to shop for this year), but I am really looking forward to all of the extra time I get to spend with family. It truly is one of the most wonderful times of the year.
Every year my boyfriend's cousin hosts an amazing party where all of our kids get to participate in a big gift exchange. This is really the only opportunity I get to dress up, so I try to be as festive as possible! This week's outfit is all about showing off your Christmas best, so I chose these fun linen overalls and paired it with a mock neck top.
The color of this top is gorgeous! Hunter green is very on trend for the season, and I feel like it's one color that actually flatters my fair complexion. The mock turtle neck on this top is also very flattering and adds something special to an otherwise basic shirt. The contrast of the green top against the black overalls is really pretty, too. If green isn't your color of choice this top also comes in a variety colors like white, plum, coffee, and mocha. Any of these choices would look great with these overalls!
The way the pants move is so beautiful! I love how flowy they are! There is just something so classic and effortless about them. The double strap detailing on this one adds a nice element. It also has pockets! The thing I like most about it is how versatile it will be. It's definitely something you can wear all year long!
There are so many different ways you can dress this outfit up! I chose a few delicate and shiny gold pieces because I felt like the outfit needed a little bit of sparkle. This long necklace makes a statement without being too loud. The tassel detail is also very on trend right now and has really pretty movement, just like the skirt! These studs are so classy and a perfect way to tie in another element of gold. Last, but not least- a classic red lip! It instantly makes ANY outfit look festive this time of year.
It's that time of year - short days jam packed with gift shopping, tree decorating, and cookie baking! ;) It's so easy to get wrapped up running around wearing an oversized sweater and leggings, so it's fun to dress up on Christmas.
For my festive look I went with a shimmery green dress. Again, I am loving these jewel greens. It looks so elegant and it's a nice step away from the typical red you often see this time of year. The sleeves help stay warm and the cross over neckline is flirty and fun.
I kept my accessories dainty since the dress has a bit of shimmer in the fabric. I went with a gold necklace that has little tabs throughout the chain. It wouldn't be my look without something celestial, so I opted for our new crescent moon stud earrings.
With the weather being much chillier now I added a pair of tights to stay warm. It'll be the perfect balance when indoors. I also kept it on the casual side with flats because I want to be comfortable when we do our after dinner walk to see Christmas lights. Have a wonderful holiday!
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