Jingle All The Way

Hey Bombshells,

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Although we spent all year away from each other, this is the season to get together and rejoice with one another…while following the CDC guidelines of course. An endless list of festivities requires a different dress code for each. Tis the season to wear ugly Christmas sweaters to work functions, pjs for family photoshoots, and something stylish for a festive celebration with friends. If you want to go for the full holiday theme, mix and match your reds and greens. My most important Christmas fashion tip is to start with a base that screams Christmas like a red velvet mini skirt, shiny green booties, or a winter white midi dress to jingle all the way to your party.

Let’s go all out this Christmas season, let your shirt match the Christmas ornaments and your fashion heart beat to Christmas carols. The one celebration that’s nearest and dearest to my heart is my church Christmas party. This invitation is to celebrate the birth of a King calls for something dressy. I picked an outfit that suits a festive semi formal party. For my main piece, I adopted a pop of color and stunned in a warm red turtle neck. This piece was paired with light camel pleated pants and layered with a green trench coat to keep me cozy and chic. Finally, I finished this look with red heels that match my turtle neck and Ho Ho Ho, I’m ready to go.

Turtle Neck: Similar Similar Similar Similar

Trench Coat: Zara Available Here Similar Similar

Pants: Zara Similar Similar Similar

Heels: GoJane Similar Similar Similar Similar

Merry Christmas & Happy Birthday Kesse!

-XOXO Bea 💋

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