Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Before I put on my loose pants and eat myself into a serious food coma, I want to share with you all some of my favorite fashion pieces from my closet. Some of these may not be the most expensive, but they’re all meaningful in their own ways
My favorite coat from Express. Warm and stylish, this is the most fitting and flattering coat I have by far.
As we’ve finalized most of the major items for our wedding planning, my fiance and I decided it’s time to pick up where we left off on the home decorating process. While we’ve purchased most of the major furniture pieces, our place still looked quite bare and lacked the right accessories and details.
My fiance has always a full-blown bar in our new home, but wanting to keep things classy, I convinced him to compromise and get a wine bar shelf instead. Now we just gotta start building our wine collection!
We found this adorable Santa jar at HomeGoods and we’re using it to keep wine corks Bonus points for the festivity!
I reorganized my dresser + drawers and added a necklace mannequin. They’re amazing for organizing and displaying your jewelry!
Finally reorganized my night table. I love the cover art on “Like I give a frock”, and it was only $3 from Marshall’s!
Velvet hangers can seriously transform your closet. I bought a bunch from Marshall’s and Ross and now my shirts actually stay on the hangers and my closet looks so much better!
I was debating whether or not I should do a video of my dresser decor and new jewelry/makeup organization, but let me know if you’re interested and I can add that to my to-do list. Have a good week!
Today, millions of us are playing online casino slots games wherever we are. As you can play casino games online, either with downloaded software or in instant play through your internet browser, or even on your mobile or tablet, there’s actually no need these days to go to a land-based casino to play.
When you’re playing online, of course, what you wear doesn’t matter a jot. You might be in your PJs for all anyone else knows!
But playing casino games online has doubtless encouraged more people to take a trip to Vegas to try out gaming in the true heart of the gambling world – where everything is done on a larger than life scale. So when you’re heading off there for a week or two’s holiday, what do you need to put in your suitcase?
Perhaps thirty or forty years ago, there might have been a few casinos that had dress codes, but today, the general form is that anything goes. You can dress it down or up when you’re going to hit the gaming tables – casino staff are more interested in what you have in your wallet than what you’re wearing on your back! Shorts and T-shirts, jeans and a jumper, even a tracksuit, will all be acceptable attire. If you want to be doubly sure, you can always call the hotel and casino that you’ll be staying in and check with them about any dress codes.
That’s not to say, though, that you shouldn’t glam it up if you feel like it. If there’s anywhere on the planet where you really can go wild with your style, it’s Las Vegas. Drag out all your gold lame, your feather boas and furs – no-one will bat an eyelid if you wear it all in Sin City, though furs might make you a little hot in the Nevada desert!
The most important thing to think about in choosing outfits for Vegas is that you are going to be comfortable. You’ll end up doing a fair bit of walking as the casinos are huge and you’ll probably want to have a good look up and down the Strip while you are there. So even if you’re style-conscious about your footwear, make sure you choose shoes that won’t give you blisters.
Don’t forget to pack your bikini or swimsuit too. Vegas has an amazing selection of hotels with pools and sunbathing areas as well as the casinos – and you’ll probably enjoy taking some time out from the gaming tables during the time you are there.
Whatever you wear in Vegas, you’re bound to have fun there – it’s what the city was built for!
It’s true what they say about a woman’s closet: we’re always missing something in there! I really could use some winter pieces to update my wardrobe, and here are some items I’d love to add to my collection:
It’s not that I don’t have a coat already, but I would prefer one that is more fitted. It’s so hard finding coats that fit well for petite sizes! Bonus points if the it’s double-breasted and has some metal details.
I love LBDs as much as any girl, but I have way too many and not enough of dresses in other colors. Metallic shades like silver and gold are perfect for the holidays (I’n thinking NYE!) – add a bit of lace and you have a piece that’s both glamorous and classy!
3. A structured black Satchel
I can’t believe that I still don’t have a black bag, it’s such a versatile piece that works with a variety of outfits! I especially love structured pieces like this Michael Kors Saffiano Leather Satchel!
I’ve got my pair of riding boots and over-the-knee boots, and now all I need are a pair of booties to make my winter shoe collection complete I’m partial to wedge heels just because they’re much more comfortable and easier to walk in.
Of all these items, I would say that the black satchel is definitely what I would like to get the most. I’m still in awe at how I still don’t have one D: What’s on your holiday fashion wish list?
I’ve been loving blazers lately as it really dresses up an outfit. However, it’s important that you find one that fits well and cinches the waist area to get a more flattering silhouette.
Fur scarves are not only really comfortable and warm, but they also add a luxurious touch to any winter outfit. I have one in black also so I can match my clothes accordingly.
Generally I don’t like Coach Outlet purses (I feel like I’m getting duped), but this one is an exception. The classic style and colors makes it extremely versatile, and I’ve gotten just as many compliments on it as my other bags.
And in case you were wondering what the fluffy thing was next to my boots in photo #1, that’s Cooper’s bum making a cameo