A Favorite Holiday Tradition
Most all of my holiday traditions involve family...and food. From cookie making, to sipping cider and watching Christmas movies, each and every annual tradition is usually about laughing together and snacking together.
I also have a few personal traditions of my own. As a serial procrastinator, you can find me at the mall last minute gift shopping, usually between Dec 22-24th. Since it's happened each year by default and forgetfulness, I've decided to turn it into an annual tradition.
But it's more about just grabbing a few last minute gifts.
I love being out in the holiday hustle and bustle with everything done up in glimmer and lit up in holiday lights. I love grabbing a coffee and taking my time browsing the window displays. There is one window display that is my very favorite, Tiffany & Co.
Christmas at Tiffany's
Window shopping is always fun, but around the holiday's it comes especially magical. Tiffany's is my favorite, a little bit because it gives me some Audrey Hepburn vibes, but also because their displays are always so gorgeous.
Each window is always a mini version of a far off, snowy little world. I am always pleasantly surprised about how creative and fun the displays are. Even if I'm short on time, it's always a stop I'm sure to make.
Holiday Shopping Style
I'm a fan of getting just a little dressed up to go shopping (you can read all about why HERE), but this look is my favorite comfy winter casual.
I'm wearing...you guessed it...my favorite faux leather leggings paired with my new favorite bell sleeve sweater (I paid $34, but it's currently on sale for just $15). I slipped on these OTK boots from Vince Camuto and added a geode necklace (since sold out, but there's a similar one here and here)
This is my current favorite winter outfit since its amazingly comfortable and super easy to dress up or down.
What's your favorite personal holiday tradition? What do you think of this look? Leave a comment below, or use #NeverSkipBrunch
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