I hope everyone had a very merry Christmas! This year I decided to come down to the Sunshine State with Will's family for Christmas and New Year's to feel out something different for once. Of course, I will have my family Christmas when I get back, woohoo! We found a nice church down here to attend for the Christmas Eve service, which was really lovely.
For my outfit, I have been saving this adorable cream dress I got at Target for that night. I fell in love with the shimmer and the pattern lay out for it. I was very thankful that it was not that cold either! One of my favorite things to do for styling dresses for the colder weather is slipping on a pair of panty hose. I feel like it adds a bit of classiness to an outfit plus warmth to those legs of mine. I took more of a wild turn with my shoes though. These leopard booties from Payless I found a couple years ago just put the perfect offset to a classic Christmas ensemble. I wanted a bit of a different flair and my own taste added on. I think it is pretty apparent that I am obsessed with leopard print. However, I think my favorite accessory were my Francesca's Collections Wrapping Bow earrings. Of course, I also saved these for Christmas Eve. I am super festive for holidays, especially Christmas, so I wanted to bring a little bit of that to my outfit. I added a Vince Camuto bow bracelet that Will's sister got for me as a Christmas present last year. And, man, did I fall in love with it! Before walking out the door, I grabbed my go-to chevron midi rings, red lipstick, and my new Forever 21 modernistic handbag.
Once again, Merry Christmas everyone (two days late), and I hope it was filled with joy, family, laughter, and great remembrance of the birth of Jesus Christ.
Merry Christmas Eve!
Shelby Jewel Tucker
A Memphis gal with a love for fashion, soccer,
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