12.11.2011

tis the season...


Faux Fur Vest: Michael Kors | Dress: H&M | Boots: Alloy 
Skull Scarf: Alexander McQueen | Bag: vintage Gucci
Necklace: Anthropologie {old}| Bracelets: J. Crew, Forever 21, CC Skye
Ring: Banana Republic 

This weekend we put up our Christmas tree and it took all the energy I had not to quit in the middle of it. Don't get me wrong, readers, I luurrve Christmas decorating {after all, it's my favorite holiday} but I kind of lost my motivation mid-way because I tend to get bored of looking at the same ornaments year after year. We kind of wanted to get new ones this year, but couldn't stomach paying the insane amount some of these stores are asking {of course, the beautiful ones are the most expensive} so I chalked it up and just decided to use the same ones and to change it up slightly we did a monochromatic color this year instead of using combo colors. The new ornaments will have to wait until next year when we move into our new place. I'll try and take photos of the tree later on this week to show you. On a more successful note, it's always good when you are pulling out the Christmas storage and find brand new Christmas cards you totally forgot you bought last year. Score! For those of you who decorated a tree this year, what color scheme did you go with? 

HAPPY MONDAY

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4 comments:

  1. You look so cool, love the combination.

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  2. wonderful post!
    I´ve just met you...and I love it!!!!
    congratulations!!!
    xoxo

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  3. You look so cozy and warm in that outfit!
    I like it a lot.

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  4. The skull print is so fun. And of course, I love your Gucci bag!

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