2020 Holiday Lookbook

As the holidays draw near, we all need inspiration whether its to find the perfect gift for a loved one or the best outfit for holiday pictures. If you are like me you have finally realized that there are only a few weeks to get gifts and plan for safe family time. I have put together a few staple pieces that would be amazing gifts for anyone who loves staying up to date with the newest fashion trends or to add to your current wardrobe.

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Simlistic statement ring made for everyday. The Sawyer ring is hand carved out of wax with a slightly hollow interior. Made from 14k Gold Vermeil. Height: .25" Made in the US 14k Gold Vermeil | Young Frankk's vermeil pieces are made from a recycled 925 sterling silver base and plated in a thick gold plating of 2.5 micron 14k gold plating. Fully fabricated from precious metals to ensure long lasting wear and luster. Our jewelry does not contain any nickel
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Looking like a French girl isn’t as difficile as it seems. Handcrafted in 14k solid gold. Consider this croissant-inspired ring to make all your Parisian dreams come true.

When looking for inspiration this year I chose to stick with themes of pops of bright colors and neutral colors that allow for an easy transition into your spring closet. Taking spaghetti strapped dresses and adding either a long sleeve shirt or a turtle neck helps add warmth to your outfit for the holidays. Right now, hair accessories like gold clips and hair scarves are an easy fix to add a statement or focal point to your outfit. I have recently been obsessed with the puffy headbands! They remind me so much of gossip girl and really make me feel like I’m channeling my inner Blair Waldorf Gold jewelry allows you to stay in theme with the holidays and is an easy piece to jazz up any outfit. I personally like to add gold earrings to almost any outfit, its crazy how much one piece of jewelry.

I really recommend making use of items in your closet that you already have to either up cycle or incorporate into each seasons wardrobe. I personally really struggle with only buying clothes that go out of style really quickly. Throughout these past few months I have been putting together a more versatile collection of clothes that won’t go out of style. Basic things like jeans, plain t-shirts and dresses are the best place to start in this process. When I began I decided to pick a color scheme of burnt orange, white, black, green, mauve, cream, and navy blue. This small change has totally changed they way I get ready. I no longer struggle to find something to wear I have endless outfit opportunities.

Published by emmajune01

Just a girl from a small town who loves her fashion!

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