Hey there! Happy Happy Friday! I’m so excited to share this look with y’all! It was the first outfit I wore when we got in to NYC on Sunday and it just screams Christmas. Does it not? The cape has since sold out – and I apologize for that – but have linked quite a few other items that I love from Modcloth that I hope you’ll consider. I love the fit of the green turtleneck I’m wearing. It’s a little shorter than most of my others and pairs well with high-waisted skinny jeans. I would suggest wearing a long sleeve shirt underneath for added warm as the sweater is a little thin.
Lyndsey and I had such a great time in the city. It was crowded, but beautiful this time of year and there were so many places to take photo’s with all the festive decor adorning the buildings and parks. These wreaths in the windows outside of the Plaza Hotel next to Central Park were definitely some of my favorites. I wanted to pack them up and bring them home with me! This was, technically, a work trip but we always manage to have a great time despite a hectic schedule and lengthy to-do list. I’m thankful for that.
So, Modcloth is a retailer that I have been familiar with for quite some time. They always have a wide variety of items and styles. I personally love their price point. It’s super reasonable. They are currently running an exciting giveaway right now that you should know about, as well! Today is the last day so don’t miss out on your chance to win a $100 gift card. Eight winners will be chosen, and every entry is submitted for the chance to win the grand prize giveaway, which is a $1,000 gift card to Modcloth. Hurry, hurry! Enter HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today, y’all! Enjoy your day! xo.
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“What you believe about yourself on the inside is what you manifest on the outside.”
Photo Credit: Lyndsey Anne Photography
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