Monday, December 26, 2016

Sew Cute Holiday: Christmas Day OOTD

I hope everyone had a great Christmas! For Christmas Day we usually get together with my aunt and uncle and have my favorite meal of the year. We cook a prime rib roast, twice baked potatoes, and Yorkshire pudding. I look forward to it all year! 

For Christmas Dinner I wanted to wear this lace multi-colored dress. I've been saving it for a fun occasion and I thought the colors were super festive! Deep maroon, navy, and a forest green made up layers of lace in the dress. The dress also had a fun lace up detail in the back which was a super unique detail. 

For accessories I decked myself out in my new Kiel James Patrick Christmas items! I got the pearl necklace, the single pearl bracelet in gold, and a velvet pearl Vickers Bow bracelet. KJP is my favorite place to get accessories. All of the pieces are super classic and match everything I wear. Specifically, I love their pearl collection because it can go with anything in my wardrobe. Not to mention pearls are a classic look! 

On actual Christmas my family and I open our stockings and a few presents from Santa. We do most of our gift exchanges on Christmas Eve. Also, we open our ornaments from my parents on Christmas. Each year we always get ornaments. 

Our family is huge on ornaments! If you couldn't tell we have 3+ Christmas trees in my house. My brother and I decorate a large one with just our personal ornaments, I have a small purple metallic tree, then the tree behind me is my Mom's tree! Then we have some smaller decorative trees with just Disney ornaments then my mom's dated Lenox snowflakes. To say we like ornaments is an understatement! But, I love looking back at them and remembering who gave them to me. They all serve as little memories from each Christmas or year. 

Where it's from: 
Dress: Matilda Muse (local Des Moines boutique) 
Tights: Forever 21 
Necklace: Kiel James Patrick 
Bracelets: Kiel James Patrick, Alex and Ani 
Watch: Michele 
Shoes: Tory Burch 

I hope you all had a Merry Christmas! 

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