Holiday Style || Dressing Up A LBD

For my last college sorority formal (I’m going way back here) I knew I wanted something a little more sophisticated (I mean, I was preparing to enter the real world as a full blown adult…..). So, I went on the hunt for a little black dress. Something I knew would be a blank canvas to dress up however I wanted. I found a gorgeous, floor length, backless number and still own it to this day. Which is why when I find a good little black dress, I scoop it up…. it can pretty much take you anywhere, with a few simple swaps… particularly around the holidays. With so many different parties and events on the calendar (office parties, NYE celebrations, birthdays….) being able to dress up a simple silhouetted LBD in a flash is essential. Over the years I’ve learned to perfect this with a few key wardrobe pieces….

1. Statement Jewelry: One of my all time favorite ways to dress up my LBDs is to add a few statement making pieces of jewelry. I recently discovered Victoria Emerson’s boho wrap + cuff bracelets… to say I’m obsessed would be an understatement. They instantly dress up any outfit, and can easily be worn well after the holidays with distressed jeans and a silky blouse. I picked out the brownstone crystal wrap bracelet + the sahara cuff to dress up my LBD, but I also love this all black cuff and crystal wrap bracelet. The pieces make great holiday gifts too (think secret santa, siblings, friends…) and I bought this wrap for my sister’s stocking (which I fully intend on borrowing from her) and think this beaded necklace + horn pendant necklace are gorgeous too.

2. Standout Shoes: When the dress is simple (or, just any all black outfit for that matter) I think shoes should be another statement piece. These studded booties keep my toes warm in the cool evenings, but there are so many embellished shoes out this season, any would make your LBD standout.

3. Faux Fur: For the holidays, this is the route I go (been doing it for years). There’s something luxurious that faux fur adds to any outfit…. especially a LBD. Be it a faux stole, coat, or vest I’ve collected one of each over the years and have them on heavy rotation this time of year.

4. Beautiful Smile: Like I’ve always said, the person makes the clothes, and a smile exudes confidence. So long as you’re confident in what you’re wearing, you’ll be a knockout….

That’s it…. super easy and quick, but it does the trick!

(Outfit Details || Dress (wearing ) | Boots | Vest | Wrap Bracelet | Cuff | Bag (similar))

Thank you to Victoria Emerson for sponsoring this post. 


Double The Fuzzy Vests

When TJ + I arrived home on Sunday afternoon from our night away, we wanted to do something fun with Harper. So, while she napped, we brainstormed a few ideas. Some more elaborate than others… and eventually settled on the simplest one of all: grabbing her first hot coco + heading to the train station in the Orange Circle to watch the “choo choos” go by (they’re pretty frequent at this station). To see her face light up at the sight of the trains was seriously the best feeling…. and it reminded me that there really isn’t a greater feeling than seeing your child’s face light up in sheer joy… and that sometimes it’s in the small moments that it happens the most (I mean, she didn’t even smile like this at Disneyland…..).

Since the evenings get cooler (thankfully, because the days have been in the 80’s lately…. #WhereWasFall #WhereIsWinter….) we pulled out some cozy layering pieces to stay warm. I recently purchased this fuzzy fur vest for Harper, and she literally wouldn’t take it off … or let go of that hot coco either…. So I guess she was just living her #BestLife. I mean, “choo choos,” hot coco, + a comfy fuzzy vest… does life get much better for a two year old (annnnd, why was I in such a hurry to grow up??)….

All that to say, the holiday season is filled with those moments where her face just lights up. From the “iiights” (aka lights), music, and tree she’s in a constant state of excitement (with an occasional melt down thrown in there to remind us that she hasn’t gone too far….), so I can’t wait for Christmas morning (I’m still wondering if she’ll understand the concept yet, but I have hopes….). I purchased her a few items from this post, and plan on getting her a few cute pieces of clothing too, so I thought I would share with you a clothing gift guide, from Nordstrom (since it’s one of my favorite places to find adorable clothing items for her), for the little ones, just in case you’re looking to make that purchase for a little tike you know, or your own.

1. Shoes: I like to start here, since Harper is a shoe lover. A few great options include these rain boots (gender neutral, or gender specific depending on color), adorable leopard print mocs, pretty little glitter kicks, and these pom sneaks. For the little guys, these adidas kicks + these mid-top velcro kicks are super stylish options.

2. Dresses: Love tossing on a dress with some tights when Harper and I are heading out to something a little special… a few favorites include this plaid flutter sleeve dress (so cute for the holidays too) and this ruffle sleeve stripe sweatshirt dress.

3. Bottoms: For those days when it’s too cold for bare legs, I’m kinda loving this skirt/leggings combo…. and this tulle blush skirt is gorgeous for the holidays (or under the tree…). annnnd, can we just talk about these adorable velvet stirrup leggings?? For the little guys, I always love joggers + a good pair of slightly distressed dark wash jeans.

4. Tops: Cute tops are super easy to pair with jeggings on a rushed morning. I’m loving this cute little star top, and recently purchased Harper this metallic ruffle sleeve tunic.  A hooded thermal the boys is always a cute option, as is stripe henley.

5. Outerwear: My all time favorite is this faux fur jacket that Harper wore all throughout Park City, but I also recently bought her this motto jacket for Christmas. This nylon olive green bomber jacket is a great option for the little guys.

Hopefully between today’s post and last week’s you have your little one covered!

(Outfit Details || Harper’s Vest | Harper’s Jeans | Harper’s Top | Harper’s Shoes | Harper’s Bow | My Vest | My Pullover | My Jeans | My Boots | My Sunglasses)

Thank you to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post. 


Holiday Dressing || Sequins + Jeans

Yesterday I had lunch with two of my girlfriends, and our little ones, from grad school. It had been forever since the three of us had been together, so we had a lot of catching up to do (as much as you can with little ones running around). Amidst the updates, we had some laughs about the past… and our old Christmas parties we used to have. Ugly sweaters…. charades (there was booze involved….)…. a small apartment… you probably get the picture. And while I still wouldn’t mind a fun tipsy game of charades…. I’m not that upset that my holiday attire has changed over the years (although, a fun ugly Christmas sweater party is always a good laugh…)….

As I mentioned in this post, my holiday style remains fairly consistent, mainly because I like to feel comfortable + confident in what I am wearing. For a get together we had a little while ago, I couldn’t figure out what to wear. I tossed on velvet joggers (these were too long on me… but would be so cute for a taller person), a forest green velvet dress (decided it was too formal), and a gold, cropped sequin top (wanted to wear it with the joggers, so it was a no go). I tried to make all the pieces work, but just felt “off” in them. I decided to head to my denim drawer, and pulled out a favorite pair of jeans and dressed them up a bit with this gorgeous sequin top. I immediately felt comfortable. Tossed on a few favorite accessories (often times it’s a Gorjana piece) and headed out…

So, I guess you could say my number on rule for any occassion is that I have to feel both comfortable + confident in whatever I am wearing… because really, confidence is the best outfit you can wear…..

(Outfit Details || Top (currently on sale, wearing XS, also comes in rose gold) | Jeans | Blazer | Bag c/o more Zac Zac Posen bags (currently 25% off, also comes in black) | Shoes (similar, these are from several years ago) | Necklace | Choker Necklace (on sale)).



Christmas Jammies + A Gift Guide For The Kiddo In Your Life

The holidays have always been a special time. Yet when Harper arrived, there was something a little more magical about them (as cliché as that sounds, it’s so true). To see her face light up with excitement at the “iiiiights” (aka lights) around the house and neighborhoods….. her amazement at the tree (last year she kept trying to eat the flock… this year, she just likes hitting it….), and her excited dancing at the songs… she just makes it a little more special….

All that being said, finding the right gifts for her is something that I get so excited for. Since she can’t tell me what she wants yet (and, honestly, if she could I think it would probably be some pair of shoes….) it’s up to TJ and I to guess what will make her face light up. I look for a few things when I buy something for Harper. My main goal is that it is educational + fun at the same time…. something that promotes her imagination… and a toy that encourages development of skills (I sound like a really fun parent, right??). Nordstrom has a great selection for kiddos, in their Toy Shop, that meets all of those criteria, so naturally I always start there (last year’s guide here)…..

And, before I get into the guide, there is just something about special Christmas pajamas that makes the morning a little more special. Harper loves dancing around in her ornament pair… and watching the slippers bob up and down makes her giggle. A few other options that I love for the little ladies include this green + red onesie, two pack festive set (love the red + white pair!), and this pair with Christmas trees (big girl size). For the little guys, this fitted two piece red, white, and green pair is super cute, as is this snowman pair, and this fleece onesie… oh, and these reindeer slippers are adorable.

1. Plush Toys: I love getting Harper stuffed animals for a couple of reasons. One, they are a source of comfort for her when she is upset or going to bed. Two, she loves to pretend play with them. She tries to give them sips from her sippy cup, and feeds them her blueberries. A few of her favorites include knit ones from Cuddle + Kind (they give back with every purchase, and she loves this mermaid), JellyCat (they are seriously the softest). Her recent favorite is this little kitty, my parent’s bought her this little ostrich, and I am thinking about getting her this life size unicorn. My grandma also got her this deer last year and she still loves it (it’s one of her go-to’s when we’re in the car).

2. Puzzles: These hit both the educational and fine motor category. My favorite puzzles are from Melissa + Doug…. specifically this alphabet one (which has sound), vehicle puzzle, and this mix and match set. I’m also fond of this magnetic fish + match set for fine motor coordination. While this wood shape sorter isn’t a puzzle, it targets a lot of the same skills as a puzzle does.

3. Imaginative Play: One of my favorite things to see is Harper playing on her own and having conversations and laughing… it means her brain is creating stories and she’s able to imagine (an important step in development). That being said, she’s a sponge at watching everything we do…specifically cooking, eating, working out, shopping, and grooming. So, this kitchen is something my parents are looking at getting for her. She loves to vacuum, so this play one is a great gift option. I love this baking set, carpenter set, jungle play + train station (like that it’s elevated off the ground), vanity set, and this teepee play tent (Harper sits in hers and reads…. if she’s not hiding….).

4. Books: One of her favorites are the  “If I Were A….” book series, and this plush book on pet animals is a great option for young ones since the pages can’t be ripped!

5. Musical: Little miss has loved all things music since she was twerking to Michael Jackson at 9 months. All that to say, we quickly bought her a music set, and if your little one loves music too, check out all these options.

Hope this helps in finding the perfect gift for your little kiddo(s)!

(Outfit Details || Harper’s Pajamas | Harper’s Slippers | My Pajamas | My Slippers | Beanie | Throw | Puzzle | Kitty Stuffed Animal)

Thank you to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post. 


Rainy Day Booties

It rained on Monday. I almost didn’t know what to do with myself. You see, that’s what happens in So. Cal when it rains. The news vans can be seen all over the streets, talks of mudslides (which, joking aside, are a very real problem…) and flooding abound, and headlines such as “The Biggest Storm Of The Year….” can be seen on every local news station. And while I’d call this rain “storm” more of a heavy mist to light drizzle, it still threw me for a loop. I wasn’t expecting it, and as I opened to door to head out for my morning run, needed to change plans at the last minute (such problems…..)….

All that to say, the rain in southern California is always welcome, we’re just not always prepared for it. News stations spend weeks preparing us for the event, and then by the time the storm makes it’s way down from Northern California it’s a light drizzle. Yet, when we do get hit, we get hit hard and the question prevails “What am I going to wear in this weather?” Lucky for me, I always hope for the rain and snag items that I know wont make me ask that question. Like rain boots. I even bought these Sorel boots for our time in Park City. TJ politely asked me where I would wear them at home. To which I answered, “I’m saving them for a rainy day.” He couldn’t help but laugh. In all honesty though, who likes wet and cold feet. Not me, love the rain, but love being warm at the same time….. This bootie pair is super comfortable, and I love the lace-up tie in the back. They look like regular booties,until you get up close and see that they’re made out of the rain boot fabric…. Perfect for those “is it really going to rain….” kinda days.

I styled them casually, but if you’re looking to dress them up a little, I recommend these faux leather (or velvet) leggings, a white tunic, and charcoal moto jacket… and just add some favorite gold accessories and you’re ready to go…..

Annnnnd, little miss wasn’t going to be in these photos, but she really wanted to join in, so I welcomed her (rare) willing participation!

(Outfit Details || Leggings | Pullover | Vest | c/o Booties (come in several color options) other favorites are these | Beanie | Sunglasses | Harper’s Vest (the inside part of the jacket) | Harper’s Top | Harper’s Jeggings | Harper’s boots


Holiday Dressing || Fancy Velvety Pants

I consider myself pretty minimalistic in style… nothing too statement making…. and during the holidays I like to keep things pretty much the same. Nothing over the top, but I do like to take it up a notch, slightly. In the past, I’ve opted for a silk jumpsuit with statement earrings (these are old posts), a statement making sequin skirt+ pants….. and looking back, I’ve yet to pull out a full blown dress for the holidays. While that might change this year (I haven’t ruled it out yet), right now, I’m kinda obsessed with these velvet ruffle pants. Perfect for the holidays (with a price that won’t break the bank for a few “fancy” wears). You can do so much with them, which makes them versatile for the entire holiday season. I opted to pair them with my favorite fuzzy sweater for a warmer, slightly more conservative look…. but you can easily pair it with a gorgeous lace cami, d’orsay pump, and a sleek velvet blazer for an edgier look (both of which I plan on repeating). And while I’m still undecided about if I’ll try a dress this year, one thing I know for certain is that velvet will be a key to all my holiday dressing…..

Some of my other favorite velvet pieces for the season include these velvet leggings, which would look great with my favorite velvet blazer and a white silk top underneath…. or this beautiful wrap dress…. this crushed velvet cami + skirt combo is one of my favorites for this holiday season (I own the cami) and I just snagged this gorgeous rust colored velvet blazer. I also love this blush button-up dress what I wore to TJ’s birthday dinner.

(Outfit Details || Pants (wearing 0) | Sweatshirt | Shoes (multiple color options) | Earrings (old Free People) love these + these as a similar option | Bag)


Gift Guide || For The Man In Your Life

TJ is notorious for not being able to keep a secret. Seriously. When we were in the pre-engagement stage (you know, you think it’s coming… but you’re not yet certain….) he literally got down on one knee + opened an empty engagement box (which was from the place he purchased the ring…). Several times. I mean, seriously can’t keep a secret. All that to say, I’m not always that much better…. mainly because we both love buying gifts for each other. You know, the act of finding the perfect one, the anticipation of the other’s reaction, and then to see their joy in receiving…..

TJ and I have been purchasing gifts for each other in pretty much the same fashion every year, for the past 13 years of our relationship. We opt for one “larger” item (something a little pricier…. that “coveted” piece) and then a few smaller gifts (an article of clothing…. a pair of shoes… an accessory, etc). We set a budget, stick to it pretty closely, and thoroughly enjoy the giving process. My love language is “small gifts” so I tend to love giving as much as receiving. That being said, today I thought we would share with you the items that TJ has received in the past, and has on his list this year from Bloomingdale’s. They have a great selection of men’s items, all on trend, with varying price points…. so you’re sure to find something for your boo. I’m sharing pieces well under $100, as well as items priced a little higher.

Technology: I like to joke around with TJ. Once he gets a little vino in him, he loves to bust out “rhymes” and thinks he is a rapper (hey, we can all dream…. right…). With that, he’s always appreciated a good “beat” and the sound systems that go along with it. Over the years we’ve purchased him several head phones, as gifts, and most recently this B&O Play by Bang & Olufsen pair. They’re wireless, have great sound quality (especially for a budding rapper….), incredibly stylish (love the gold touch), and have an incredibly comfortable fit. I tell him that the only time he can claim he “didn’t hear me” is when he is wearing them….. A few other great options from B&O can be found here.

Shoes: TJ’s shoe collection rivals mine…. with some of his favorites including this style Ferragamo shoe (which I purchased for him last Christmas) and he wears them dressed up for work or down for a date night. I also gave him this pair of running shoes on his birthday…. they’re like walking on air. Annnd, these UGG slippers are always popular in our family…. so comfortable for a day of lounging or after a long day at work. He also wears these suede high top sneakers all the time (featured in photos).

Accessories: A few years ago, I purchased TJ this wallet, which he loves. It easily holds all his cards, some cash, and a few photos of the family (yes, he still carries photos in his wallet… including one of my sorority head shots circa 2006….).The black makes it masculine, and it’s thin enough to fit into his back pocket. He also asked for a Mont Blanc pen a few years ago, and ended up receiving this one….. I’ve never seen someone so excited to receive a pen. Ever. He’s also a huge Ray Ban sunglasses fan since they offer so many different styles at a great price point. For his 30th birthday, I bought him this cross necklace, which he never takes off.

Clothing: Something that is typically on TJ’s wish-list is a pair of jeans. Hands down, his favorite pair are these Paige Federal jeans (featured in photos). They are slim fitting, and fit him like a glove (plus, they’re super soft….). His closet is filled with casual henley tops and the minute he put this one on, he wouldn’t take it off (I think we’re going on day 3 now….). The casual Adidas track pants(paired with this hoodie) are perfect for a workout or casual day lounging around the house. He’s been wearing this down jacket for the past few seasons and swears by it for comfort and warmth. Bloomingdale’s also has a great selection of his favorite Hugo Boss slim fit dress shirts.

I’ll be sharing a few great stocking stuffers for the guy in your life in a few weeks!

(Outfit Details || TJ’s Hoodie | TJ’s Henley | TJ’s Jeans | TJ’s Shoes | TJ’s Headphones | My Sweater | My Shoes)

Thank you to Bloomingdale’s for sponsoring this post. 


Black Friday Sales || Items I Personally Own + Love

Well, I guess if you’re seeing this, you actually found this e-mail through the hundreds that have likely flooded your inbox this morning…. all promoting Black Friday Sales. I always feel odd compiling this post, since it comes on the heels of the day we spent giving thanks for all we’ve been given. Yet, I get people asking me all the time if I know where they can find “X, Y, + Z” item on sale…. so today, I’m sharing all my personal favorite items, that I own, that are part of the Black Friday sales (if you can even call it that anymore… I mean, didn’t sales start on Monday??)…..


Nordstrom is offering an extra 20% off sale items, plus tons of other great items marked down. My personal favorites include these faux leather leggings (well under $20, featured here), my favorite chunky knit cardigan, cuddly pullover (featured above, and comes in several colors), easy rider faux leather moto jacket (snagged it last year, own it in the slate!), beautiful white knit cardigan, my favorite oversized thermal (I own in grey and ivory…), long grey shawl cardigan (under $50), as well as this oversized ribbed cardigan. I purchased this cardigan at the Anniversary sale, and it sold out in seconds. It’s fully stocked, and under $35. I also just bought this stripe ribbed long sleeve top (currently 25% off) and this gorgeous mauve velvet cami (so perfect for the holiday months). I also love this striped oversized button-up…. a great everyday basic… wear with leggings or jeans.

I bought this faux wrap peplum top (in burgundy) for a date night and it would be perfect for the holidays as well!


They’re having a “Buy More, Save More” sale. Some of my favorite “splurge pieces” include these over the knee boots (other over the knee options), golden goose sneakers (featured above) one of my favorite bucket buckle bags (so gorgeous, other Zac Posen bags). Some favorite clothing items included in the sale include this gorgeous rust colored lace camisole (more favorites from CamiNYC… seriously so well made and soft), camo joggers (featured above), favorite oversized white tee, lace-up hooded sweatshirt (so soft and cozy), favorite black mesh leggings, and this gorgeous floral velvet cross body bag. I also purchased these snow boots for our trip and absolutely love how they fit and look with jeans or leggings tucked into them (other Sorel options).


They’re offering 50% off of everything! This cozy v-neck dress was restocked and such a great basic that comes in tons of colors…. wear it with over the knee boots and an oversized cardigan for a winter look.  I also love, love this ribbed pajama bottom + tank set in blush….. it’s so cozy and soft. I also ordered this v-back mauve sweater (love the back details) as well as this pretty little floral blouse.


One of my all time favorite sales everrrrr…. 30% the entire store!!! Likely one of my favorite Black Friday sales with everything 30% off! This is a time when I love to buy some of their gorgeous home items. My personal favorites that fill our home include this rug, comforter, beautiful rose wine glasses, and initial mug. I also recently purchased this ribbed peplum top, fuzzy cardigan, and chenille sweater. I also love these throw pillows and have them sitting in my cart.


My favorite skincare line is offering 25% off site wide. My favorite include this illuminating serum, overnight moisturizer, exfoliator mask (love, love, love), and under eye cream.

Urban Outfitters:

They are having BOGO 50% off. My all time favorites include this button-up thermal, thermal v-neck tee, ribbed henley tops (size up, run small), pom beanie, and this chenille cardigan.

A few other favorite sales on products I have been frequently asked about include:

T3 micro is having 25% off on all their products… my favorites are this hair dryer , curling trio, and compact straightener (travels so well too).

My favorite fuzzy free people jacket is 20% off with code FRIDAY, as if the teddy bear coat I wore in Park City (in the cream color). I also wore this faux fur hooded anorak and it’s currently priced under $80.

Annnnd, GAP is having 50% off everything (code BLKFRIDAY)…. which includes Harper’s Jacket, Leggings, Cute Peplum Top, and Boots (such a great deal considering I almost bought her the UGG version).



Family Snow Day || Family Photos

Before we headed to Park City, my mom and I headed to the mall with Harper to buy some winter weather gear for her. Not knowing how she’d warm up to the snow, I decided to hold off on the full blown snow suit, figuring I could buy one there if need be. I knew that I needed to follow the same strategy I take when dressing myself for colder temps: layers. Knowing we had some great basics with these jeggings + this adorable peplum top, I went on a mission to find the perfect “outerwear” pieces for her and started our search at Nordstrom (she’s always enamored by the balloons in the shoe department so it makes shopping a little easier….). They have some of the cutest pieces for those chilly days, so I knew I’d have success. I had purchased this anorak for her a few months ago (featured here), and I knew layering it over her favorite sweatshirt would be perfect for a non-freezing day…..

And then I stumbled across this faux fur coat and thought game over. It was warm, she loved it (had to beg her to take it off in the store), and I knew it would be perfect to snap some photos of her in for our Christmas card (we didn’t have any plans to take family photos… they were scheduled the day we arrived since I thought the fresh snow would make for beautiful photos….)… and I figured it would be great for the upcoming holidays….

When it came time to playing in the snow after our photos, sure enough, Harper was lukewarm to the white stuff… preferring to stomp on the ice, kick around snowballs, and run on the perimeter rather than jump in head on…. so, these rain boots were the perfect option. They kept her feet dry and warm, and will be perfect for our rainy days at home (Nordstrom has tons of kiddo options of Hunter boots)….

A few other outerwear pieces that I am loving for the little tikes include this faux fur parka, reversible rain jacket, faux fur hooded vest, and fleece bomber jacket. I also love this little pom beanie and ear flap hat… as well as these quilted faux fur booties and these waterproof boots….. I also bought her these little mittens (which she wore in the morning but took off as the temps warmed up).

For the little guys I’m loving this forest green bomber jacket, waterproof parka, and North Face Jacket. I also think this pom beanie and ear flap hat are adorable. As far as warm, waterproof boots go, these are stylish, yet practical.

(Outfit Details || Harper’s Jacket | Harper’s Top | Harper’s Jeggings (wore these tights underneath) | Harper’s Boots | Harper’s Beanie (identical) | My Coat (runs large, 3 colors) | My Sweater | Leggings | Boots | Beanie | TJ’s Jacket | TJ’s Hoodie | TJ’s Jeans | TJ’s Beanie)

Thank you to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post. 


Thanksgiving Day Look 3 || All The Cozies Please

This is, by far, my favorite part of Thanksgiving Day. A full belly, a fire in fireplace, pie on the way (I take 3 pieces… pumpkin, apple, + chocolate….), and bubbly in a coffee mug (well, I actually don’t discriminate what it comes in….). It’s after extended family has left, when it’s just our immediate family, that we all get cozy, and kick off the Christmas Season with The Griswold’s Christmas Vacation. We laugh at the same parts every year… even though we’ve watched it several dozen times (my personal favorite scene has to be the very end… when Clark goes crazy….. ). Some people fall asleep in the middle (I won’t name names….) and so we inevitably end up watching it the next evening too. It’s the small traditions, like watching a stupid movie we watch year after year, that I cherish most…

Buuut, before all of that, I immediately kick off my shoes from the day and toss on comfy slippers and cozy pajamas. Every year, I go on the search for the comfiest pair of slippers for the season. I always start that search at Nordstrom, because they have the best selection… especially of my favorite: Uggs. They’re like walking on clouds and keep my toes toasty. My favorite this year has to be these pom slippers… but I also own this classic option…. and my sister owns these moccasins which I wear from time to time when I forget mine. I just bought she and I these matching bear bootie slippers (seriously, so cute)… something I started doing a few years ago. And, if you don’t like having your toes covered (I get it, I don’t either during the summer months) these plush slide slippers are a perfect option (I got them this summer in the blush). Either way, comfy clothes at the end of the Thanksgiving holiday are always a must for me…..

(Outfit Details || Slippers (wearing size 7, 3 color options) | Pajamas (run large) | Lounge Cardigan | Beanie | Mug | Pom Throw | Stripe Throw)

Thank you to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post.