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The holidays are upon us and it is time to get ready to party! Velvet and Christmas go hand in hand so I put together a collection of velvet skirts, dresses, blouses and more that you just might want to wear to your next soiree.
Good Saturday morning friends. Thank you so much for all of your birthday messages here, on Instagram and by email. I had a wonderful celebration and a delicious cake, which for the first time in my adult life I did not make. Don’t get me wrong, I love baking my own cake because then it is exactly what I want, in fact one year I made one cake a day to celebrate!
Over the last two years parties have been almost non-existent or they were very small and toned down and frankly I don’t think anyone really felt like partying much with all that was going on in the world. This year things seem a little bit different and invitations are starting to trickle into my mailbox.
Every year since I was a child velvet had been a part of my holiday wardrobe. My grandmother or my mother would sew us beautiful velvet dresses or skirts. In fact my “go to” holiday outfit is a velvet skirt, a white top of some sort and a vibrant plaid obi belt,(similar). I have the last skirt that my grandmother made for me when I was 22 and it still fits and still looks beautiful.
Beautiful Velvet Dress, Pants, Jackets, Skirts and More
The Quilted Velvet Jacket could be dressed up with trousers and worn to all sorts of events from parties, to cookie making. Add it to your favorite pair of jeans and you are ready to go out for a day of shopping or to a ladies lunch.
I love look of a velvet jumpsuit simple add your favorite jewelry and you are ready for Christmas dinner, a party or a casual date night.
This halter neck version is very glamorous and stylish. It might be just the think for New Years Eve.
You can never go wrong with a velvet skirt, it is a versatile piece to have in your winter wardrobe, not just for the holidays.
This black skirt could be worn with boots, flats, heels or even booties.
How about a velvet blouse, I like the bow details of this one.
I have a blouse similar to this blouse from Anthropologie and I wear with with wide legged pants, jeans and skirts too!
This Johnny Was blouse is a splurge but it is fabulous.
Isn’t this blue velvet dress fabulous?
This velvet coat is a statement(and a splurge) piece. I love it!
This pair of pants is percent with a blouse, cashmere sweater or a sequins top, you can dress them up or down!
Every day is a party during the month of December so why not a a pair of velvet mules to your wardrobe.
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Have a great day friends, enjoy the snow and the beautiful weather!
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