Happy Thursday! Maryam and I have added four new inspiration boards over to the Wardrobe Style Board gallery, you can check ‘em all out (as well as sourcing info) over here. Today’s post is sort of a part 2 to last week’s part 1 for winter fashion.
New Years Eve is just over a week away! There’s nothing like a little bit of sparkle and this adorable navy mini would pair perfectly with a comfy, slouchy top tucked in. Match black booties with lace tights for a fun, night-out-on-the-town look.
Here’s a nontraditional winter outfit that pulls together both the comfy cozy of a soft flannel and sweater with capri slacks and a cute fedora. Swap out pumps for flats to run errands or pair with dressy jewelry and heels for a date night.
Maryam shares two of her favorite winter looks:
“I love the idea of this sweater tunic. It is a beautiful blend of a print and a little pizazz. I would wear an outfit like this for a family party, parade or Christmas light viewing.”
“More formal holiday parties and/or New Years Eve celebrations are the time to go all out. Asos has a fabulous variety of glam dresses to chose from. Decide quick, so you can get your treasures in time to par-tay!”
There’s our wrap-up to the Style Board Gallery for 2011 – whether you have a night in with friends or a big date night out planned for your New Years, hope that this provides a bit of fun inspiration!
Tags: Fall, Fashion, New Years, Winter
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These are too cute not to make this winter… and they’re really pretty easy! I found this great idea over at Cherrapeno (a very neat blog). The base is a cranberry cupcake, but you could really go with your favorite!
The recipe calls for fondant and homemade icing for the melting snowman, as well as orange food coloring paste for the carrot nose, a tube of black icing for the eyes/buttons and red Smarties or M & M’s for the hat. Check out the entire recipe and step-by-step directions here!
Tags: Christmas, Desserts, New Years, Parties & Entertaining
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