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I’ve been traveling a bit the last 6 weeks (as seen on IG) so I’ve been a little out of pocket lately. I’m back in Holland now until Christmas and must say, I’m enjoying the fall weather (quickly turning into winter), and it’s getting me SO excited for the holidays.
This time of the year can bring a lot of outfit stress for all the family get togethers and holiday parties: starting with where to buy priligy online THANKSGIVING
(which is sneaking up on us next week, can you believe it??)
So, I thought I would make life a little bit easier and give you guys some outfit ideas.
The thing about Thanksgiving (at least with my family), is that it is not an overly dressy occasion but you do want to feel like you tried hard enough to get those family pics (just being honest here). 🙂
One of the staple pieces I was on the hunt for this season was a fall-friendly kimono. After some searching, I found this kimono online and have been wearing it ever since.
A kimono is a great investment piece because it is flattering with jeans or a skirt/dress and can also be worn with leggings if you’re wanting to wear something extra stretchy whilst eating all that sweet potato casserole & turkey. It can be dressed up or down and is suitable for 20-somethings to 60-somethings.
What you’ll need to complete this look:
-Your fave pair of denim
-Solid comfy tee
-Loafers (or mules if that’s more you)
-Printed kimono in fall hues
I did some research for those of you reading Stateside and found some great kimonos at the following places:
Shop Bree’s Look:
Tee: The Sting
Fave Mom Jeans: H&M
Loafers: Kenneth Cole Reaction via Nordstrom Rack
Sunglasses: Quay Australia “Stray Cat”
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