Tag: Holiday Outfits

Wise Words to Inspire Your 2019

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With Christmas and New Year’s Eve just around the corner, lots of folks are thinking about how to make 2019—get this—the best year yet. I certainly don’t have the answers for you, but I do have some favorite quotes that might help guide you down a path of cheesy self-fulfillment and awesomeness. At least, I’m hoping that’s what they’ll do for me…Read on for 5 of my favorite quotes and how they can set the stage for a year of dreaming big and taking action. Continue reading “Wise Words to Inspire Your 2019”

6 Excuses to Dress Up This Holiday Season

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As someone who spends hours each week maintaining this little fashion blog, it’s no surprise I absolutely love dressing up—and I know I’m not the only one. Especially this time of year, when tons of bloggers and stores are sharing holiday dresses, it’s hard not to get an itch to put on alllll the sparkles and glam. Unfortunately, some of us don’t have extravagant work or holiday parties to attend…(I mean, do they even really exist?! I keep waiting to get invited to one but it still hasn’t happened yet…) But who needs posh parties, am I right? Today’s blog post is all about 6 excuses to dress up this holiday season—that don’t require an exclusive invite. Continue reading “6 Excuses to Dress Up This Holiday Season”

Practicing Gratitude

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With Thanksgiving just one week away, I wanted to write a special post reflecting on the practice of gratitude, as well as sharing an outfit idea for Turkey Day. While I don’t discriminate against any of the holidays, Thanksgiving was one I never particularly looked forward to growing up. Of course, I loved all the delicious food and pie and time spent with family; however, unlike Christmas or Easter, I never anxiously waited for Thanksgiving or spent weeks preparing for it. This year is different. College has given me a newfound perspective and appreciation for the holiday—I’ve been anticipating it for weeks, longing for the homecooked food, irksome siblings, and smell of my own house that I always took for granted in years past. There is just so much for which to be grateful, but sadly I think a lot of us often forget to celebrate that. Continue reading “Practicing Gratitude”