Christmas is clearly near and instead of having a great Christmas time and enjoying everything Christmas related we are going into another lockdown on Wednesday, affecting all of the stores which don´t sell food. So almost everyone. To be honest I can not quite believe it. All of New Years Eve festivities are forbidden so we will stay at home getting Chinese take-out and calling it a night. The saddest year ever in terms of dinner plans with our friends and family.
Anyways I wanted to share this look with you cause I think it would be a great one for an Office Christmas Party. Classy but fashionable, comfortable and chic but not revealing to much. If you are a German reader you can sadly skip this post right away as Christmas parties are forbidden this year.
First start with the flanell shirt – red of course and plaid for the holidays. Add a matching lipstick to it. You can wear your hair up or down in curls, both would be very festive. Next go with a skirt. It can be a knit skirt or a silk slip skirt which would add a serious festive touch. Avoid denim at all costs and/or other pants or you will look like a dressed up lumberjack pretty fast.
For the final touches – heels of course, red or black is your choice and a chic and good fitting blazer jacket. Et voilá. This festive style would also make a great outfit for Christmas Eve.
I have to more gift guides coming up next week including lot´s of amazon products so they should still arrive in time for Christmas. See you tomorrow.
I am sharing the latest trend in outerwear with you today. I have been totally loving the shacket trend lately and especially the plaid version aka the lumberjack style how I call it.
The shacket trend is seen everywhere these days and I am totally on board with it. The style is not only super cool but also very warm for colder days. You can style it super casual with sneakers, skinny jeans and a t-shirt or you can stlye it a little dressier with a knit turtleneck, wide leg jeans and black snake print booties.
There are so many different versions available in stores which makes it very hard to choose from. Mine is a plaid wool version but I also like the corderoy pieces a lot.
hopefully you are having a great day today filled with delicious food and awesome people. Since it is a normal day over here it was business as usual today. We took a ton of Christmas pictures for different posts today. I am really happy it worked out so well cause shooting with a baby can turn awful really fast.
Anyways let´s talk about black jeans. To be honest I have never been a huge fan of black denim and am still not but it is a closet staple. I own about 4 pairs of black denim and wear them on ocassion but I will always turn back to blue denim or white in the Summer.
For the look I combined lots of comfortable knits and a cute turtleneck with the black ripped jeans.
today has been a very productive day for myself. I did tons of laundry and put it away. I cleaned a lot and also started to clear out our pantry plus the Christmas decor I haven´t been using for years. Maybe I was a little overenthusiasticbut it feels so good to get things organized. I just love to look at the final product plus I have been heavily influenced by the Home Edit. Any other neat freaks around here?
Anyways I have been dying to share this look with you guys cause I loved it so much. It was cozy, highly fasionable and right up my alley in terms of Fall fashion. Would also make a great Thanksgiving outfit it you don´t plan on eating too much.
Adding a plaid blanket scarf to create a Fall look is a very smart move. Is is cozy, the pattern is perfect for the season and it will also keep you warm.
For the rest of the look I kept it simple. A denim skirt, a black bodysuit and a pair of suede boots. Tights with a pattern add lots of interest to every look you are planning and a hat will save you from a bad hair day plus it looks awesome.
For the rest of the week I have some great content planned. All the info about Emilia´s baptism, our family Christmas pj´s and also another gift guide is coming your way.
See you tomorrow and if you are interested every other day of the week.
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