Monday, January 20, 2020

What I Wore - December 2019

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Happy Monday, I hope many of you are enjoying a day off today!  For those of you who are new around here, each month I do a recap of all of my outfits from the previous month.  I’ve loved fashion since I was a little girl, and although my outfits have gotten a little less exciting since I quit my corporate job in 2017, I still love doing these recaps because I know that 20 years from now it’ll be so cool to be able to look back and see how fashion trends have evolved. 
December was filled to the brim with snuggly goodness, graphic tees, and lots of pops of red for Christmas.  I only worked out one day last month, so there weren’t as many days of work-out clothes which made for a more interesting month than the previous few.

As always I’ll link available items under each picture in case you see something you like and want to buy it for yourself.  And before I get started with the pictures, I think it's definitely worth mentioning that my favorite sweater of the season - this Old Navy bobble-knit sweater - is on SUPER sale right now!!  I wore it on 12/8 in grey and 12/21 in cream and you can see the pictures below.  It's gorgeous and so well-made!  I also adore this buffalo plaid sweater I wore on 12/11 and it's on clearance for just $9.99 now!  It runs a little large since it's supposed to have an oversized fit so size down.  I'm wearing a small and I would have liked to have had an XS, but the small works.

December 1 - Ruffled Dress

December 2 - Zella Live-In Leggings // Tiana Dress

December 3 - Duck Boots

December 4 - Gangsta Wrapper Tee (Similar) // Zella Live-In Leggings

December 5 - Zella Live-In Leggings

December 6 - 

December 7 - Zella Live-In Leggings // Pink Sequin Dress

December 8 - Grey Bobble Knit Sweater

December 9 - 

December 10 - Adult Natives

December 11 - Buffalo Plaid Sweater // Duck Boots

December 12 - Duck Boots

December 13 - Duck Boots

December 14 - Green Dress // Tutu Dress

December 15 - White Waffle Peplum Top Similar // Scarf // Tutu Dress

December 16 - Top

December 17 - 

December 18 - Holly Jolly Tee (Similar)

December 18 (evening) - Black and Floral Dress (Similar - my exact pattern sold out) // Pink Sequin Dress

December 19 - Zella Live-In Leggings

December 20 - 

December 21 - White Bobble Knit Sweater

December 22 - Hunter Boots

December 23 - Hunter Boots

December 24 - Ruffle Dot Dress // Pink Sequin Dress

December 24 (evening) - 

December 25 - Top

December 26 - Striped Top

December 27 - Blue Top

December 28 - 

December 29 - 

December 30 - Leopard Sweater // Duck Boots

December 31 - 

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  1. I love how you did the pops of red with those flats - super cute! That buffalo sweater looks soooo cozy. I wish my store had one! And I love that leopard sweater, too.

  2. I hear you about less exciting outfits since leaving the professional world. But girl, you still bring it was such cuteness you know I always love the red!

  3. Happy long weekend! And that red vest is so eye catching!

  4. Love the sweater from Old Navy and the green dress from Amazon!!

  5. so many good holiday outfits!! love the pullovers, they look cozy!

  6. As always, adorable outfits. I am loving those duck boots and that sweater on Dec 11! So freakin’ cute! I also adore all the pops of red throughout the month.

  7. Jealous that you don't have to wear big coats in December! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

  8. I love that pink top with the Zella leggings and pink shoes. So cute.

  9. I always love these posts. I really need a pair of duck boots.

  10. Thanks so much for hosting another wonderful party. I'm jealous of you not having to wear a bulky coat, too. Enjoy your week.


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