Christmas Tree Shopping ~ Roses and Rain Boots .

Monday, December 9, 2019

Christmas Tree Shopping

exact jacket, Factory version // exact denim // similar sweater (this style is SO soft) 
similar hat // exact socks // similar sock booties, like these too // similar scarf

One tradition that will never get old is the tradition of shopping for a Christmas Tree. While B and I don't have a real tree (we have three fake trees, I know, so extra), we still enjoy the experience of going with my parents to help them select their own. Finding the tree is always a process; it has to be the perfect one. There's something about wandering the rows of a Christmas Tree Farm looking for your family tree. Everyone always has their idea of a perfect tree, and that's what makes the experience so magical. As we were carrying our tree to the car, we heard a young girl advise the employee, "careful with our beauty!" It was such a sweet and simple reminder of the magic of the holiday season; it truly is the most wonderful time of year. Do you get a real tree or a fake tree? 

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exact jacketFactory version // exact denim // similar sweater (this style is SO soft) 
similar hat // exact socks // similar sock booties, like these too // similar scarf

From December to April in New England, it's freezing all the time, no exaggeration. It's difficult to dress both practical and warm and look cute at the same time. Since I have a fashion blog, obviously, I'm always looking to be stylish, but I really despise being cold. I've found that investing in sweaters are so important! I also always layer. I wear a turtleneck or long sleeve tee under all my sweaters. This is especially helpful if the sweater is super warm, but not the softest.

Additionally, I wear thick camp socks. I own SO many colors because these are my go-to socks. And on unusually cold days, I wear leggings under my jeans. And I always believe in investing in high-quality jackets. I know it hurts a little to splurge on a coat, but they go on sale, and they last for years to come! I find that when I opt for the more affordable coat, there is a clear and obvious discrepancy with the quality. PS: These coats make great Christmas gift ideas! 



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