How do you want to celebrate Christmas this year? It's definitely going to be different for almost everyone for sure. For me, It's going to be a quiet celebration. Usually, I would host Christmas parties at home but since we are social distancing this year, I'm going to celebrate with my immediate family so, there is no need for elegant, fancy attire. I'll reserve the big puffy dresses for next year; haha! 😀
When I thought of a simple outfit to celebrate with this year, this blue velvet dress I have had in my closet for years came to mind. The only thing this dress has going for it, is the blue rich color. And frankly, that's the beauty of velvet. The richness and texture of the fabric is alone to make any piece a statement item. I guess that's why party dresses and celebratory attire(s) are made from this rich and supple material. I really love this piece here.
I styled my dress two ways with an embellished belt I purchased from Asos
a while back and blue glitter pumps. This is a look I would wear to Church or a formal Christmas Party. The second look styled with combat boots and a plaid shirt jacket is what I would wear to a casual event or just lounge in at home. I hope this post inspires you to restyle old pieces from your closet for Christmas. thanks so much for reading.
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Scripture reading for the day
Luke 1: 26-27
Now in the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth. To a virgin betrothed to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David. The virgin's name was Mary.
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