Style Guide

Bring on the Holidays: Vol. 1

‘Tis the season to look fab! In addition to family, great food, and a few embarrassing childhood stories it is also great time to be a fashionista. I will be doing a three part series dedicated to holiday fashion. With Turkey Day just around the corner this post will be all about looking adorable while you eat your pumpkin pie. 

Every family is different. Some are casual, while some use it as an occasion to dress up. I’ve put together a few looks that I would personally wear. Maybe one of them will spark some Thanksgiving ideas of your own!

Sweater & Pleated Skirt


Try pairing a pleated skirt and a polka dot sweater with over the knee socks and loafers. This sweet look will be a perfect way to greet your family!

Pleated Skirt: $68.00-Topshop
Sweater: $46.00- Lulu’s
Over The Knee Socks: $9.94-DSW
Loafers: $26.00- Lulu’s 

Bright Colored Blazer


I personally like to add a pop of color in the fall. Wear a mustard blazer with a peter pan collar blouse tucked into jeans. Throw on a pair of leopard print booties to complete the look!

Mustard Blazer: $66.00- Boutique To You 
Peter Pan Blouse: $32.90-Alloy 
Leopard Booties: $34.80-Forever 21 
Jeans: $17.80- Forever 21 

Colored Denim


For a more casual look, try wearing a pair of burnt orange colored jeans with a cream high-low sweater. A pair of Jeffrey Campbell Lita boots and a statement necklace will polish the look.

Colored Denim: $20.70- 6PM 
Lita Platform Boot: $162.00-Nastyga
Sweater: $35.00-Dorothy Perkins 
Necklace: $22.90- Shop Akira 

This is the first of the holiday series, so check back for more ways to look trendy throughout the holiday season! 

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