Snow Day

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Our first “married” Christmas together was definitely a beautiful one. Arkansas received a ton of snow and we were so excited. Unfortunately, the mint sweater from this post didn’t make it through the first snow ball fight before it ripped. Oh, and my glove ripped. It was so worth it, though. This is just a few snapshots of our snow day.

I’m wearing a NorthFace jacket, Macy’s scarf, gifted cashmere gloves (similar), and gifted Karen Kane beanie. My boots are old but I love these

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Sequins & Plaid

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Top: ℅ Karen Kane (love this one and this one!) / Vest: gifted Old Navy / Denim: American Eagle / Scarf: Macy’s / Boots: Ecco (similar & affordable)

Our Christmas vacation was filled with at least four different climates and a ton of driving. Road trips have become a familiar thing to us lately, since we live 4-6 hours from both of our families and friends and we love to see them as often as we can. We had weather that was way too warm to be Christmas, fog, rain, and then snow. We actually had a white Christmas and I’m so excited that it fell on our first married Christmas together. Even though our break was short-lived, it was fantastic. We got to spend QT time with our loved ones and relax. My hubby even bought me a new Canon Rebel T3! Have you noticed the photo change? What do you think? We took it into the woods behind my parents house to catch some fun shots!

I hope you all had a very merry Christmas! New Years Eve is right around the corner!

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Layered Glam

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Top: Ralph Lauren / Sweater: Forever 21 / Denim: 7FAM / Shoes: Frock Candy (similar) / Necklace: Forever 21 Sunnies: RayBan

Today I’m celebrating Christmas with one family and tomorrow with another. We’re traveling like crazy but it’s good to be with family.

What’s everyone doing for the holidays?

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