Hi friends! Sorry I've been MIA for the last week. Thanksgiving was so wonderful, my boyfriend and his whole precious family came up to our house for the holiday. We ended up having 30 people over at the ranch. It was simply the best day. My favorite part, besides the delicious food, of course, was just sitting back snuggling with Brennan and watching all the love that was in our house that day. I loved just watching my family and our friends interact, smile, and laugh. Ahhh! Fed my soul! But anyways last week I turned off my computer and my phone and didn't do anything online. It was kinda nice :). But it's good to be back and refreshed. I hope everyone's Thanksgiving was just as amazing as mine :). What was your favorite part?
Today I have the pleasure of representing Umgee USA again! If you don't remember Umgee, I share a bit more about them here on my previous post. Unfortunetly, Umgee is a wholesaler, which means you're not able to shop for one piece. You'd have to be a store owner to carry their line. But don't fret, I have the products listed below!
Today's look I was inspired by winter neutrals. Some ladies are still on the whole "can't wear whites after labor day" train. While I agree, some whites should be outlawed after labor day, not all necessarily should. Stick with these tips and you'll be a pro.
1. LOOK AT THE FABRIC. Tip number one. Okay this is huge. Instead of always looking at the color, focus on the fabric. If you find something white that is velvet, satin, wool, cashmere, or leather, you can't go wrong.
2. WHITE/OFF WHITE Sweaters. Get a white or off white sweater (like I'm wearing in today's post) and you're golden. A fun winter white sweater is a must-have for the winter season. Because, it is a neutral. Layer it over any dress with tights, or pair it with any pant and boot.
3. ADD TIGHTS. Another great idea to getting Whites in Winter right is adding black tights. Unlike me in today's post, throw on some black tights to create the perfect winter look. Black and white together is always right, and oh so classy. Have a winter white velvet dress? Think you can't, put some black tights, and wedge booties and statement necklace for the perfect holiday-dress-up look.
UMGEE USA Fuzzy Ivory Sweater // UMGEE Ivory Lace Up Skirt (Let me know if interested and I can find you a link!) //
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