My New Years Resolutions:
- Tell people how I feel more often. Don’t keep everything bottled in. In the end I just end up unleashing it on someone else.
- I will moisturize more.
- I will pay attention to the small things; my fingernails, my jewelry, smiling more, making the small moments count.
- Floss. Every day.
- I will save as much as possible on clothes meaning I’ll have to be more creative with the clothes I have now.
- Run a half marathon and a few other races as well.
- I will help out around the house more.
- I will read more books. I have a Nook if anyone wants to be my friend! I also take recommendations.
- I will try new things. I have a long bucket list of things I want to go and placed where I want to go. I’m not getting any younger.
- I will update every day so I can get more followers on my blog. Thanks to ya’ll that follow me now!
Lace was by far one of the most popular trends. Like the outfits below, you can see it in a variety of styles and clothing. This year, lace did not mean old and vintage but adds a tiny dash of girly and sweet. I love pairing lace with something unexpected.
The first outfit pairs a lace top with a red blazer and leather shorts. The red blazer and leather shorts roughen it up just a tad bit. There’s nothing girly about this outfit.
The second outfit uses a neutral lace top with some colorful chords and a military style jacket to make it slightly tomboyish with a touch of girly.
The third is all elegance. I have this dress and am so in love with it! It is simple yet stands out, short but classy, and feminine but not overly sexy.
The fourth outfit is totally girly. I am not a super girly person, but this reminds me of something you would wear for school pictures back in elementary school with bangs and long hair.
My alma mater, the University of Rochester, finally got a good dose of snow and in honor I thought I would put together a few cold weather outfits. These are not snow outfits, but a step above that. Thinks 30s/40s, overcast, maybe rainy. All are very classic with a touch, or two, of something bold.
Yes it is true, we have a few more days until New Year’s Eve. Where did the year go???? If you are like me you are still trying to figure out what you’ll be doing, with who, and what you’ll be wearing. Ugh oh. Time to go shopping. New Year’s is definitely the time to go all about and wear something shiny. Hope these ideas inspire you!
Happy New Year!
This week’s featured holiday party dress is the metallic dress. Not quite sparkly, and not quite monochrome. I love this dress because it’s shiny and fun. You can find a ton of different styles of metallic dresses. Both of these metallic dresses are so different.
The silver metallic dress on the left is a throwback to the 50’s. An a-line cut and cropped black sweater make this silver metallic dress sweet and fun. I love adding the bow accessories to complete the look.
The purple metallic dress is fantastic for a big party! I used lots of silver accessories to accent the purple metallic dress.
I love cheesy holiday sweaters! I think they can done cute enough to make you not look like Miss Frizzle from the Magic School Bus. Although holiday sweaters may be seasonal, you can always put them away for safekeeping the rest of the year. Trends tend to come back in style every couple of years and you’ll save a lot of money through the years if you keep saving old trends even if you think they may never come back.
I love these holiday and Christmas sweaters because they represent a little Christmas without being overdone. Reindeer Christmas sweaters are really big this year. Think Rachel Berry from Glee. They show your holiday cheer without being over the top. A little Snowman or someone skiing is also featured on these holiday sweaters.
I paired the sweaters with a couple pair of boots and skinny jeans because the focus is the sweater.