With Thanksgiving around the corner, & department stores ready to unveil their holiday windows, this festive season is totally ready to give you a good damper on your stress level, bank account, body, & of course your ability to look presentable for every event. Well Hakuna Matata, I'm here to give a little holiday outfit inspiration every week from now until that clock hits 12:00 AM, in event I may not be able to correctly type at that point.
You usually go home for the holidays. Whether you live apart from your immediate family or are attending college away in distance lands, you know you're gonna have to pack up that rolling rack and live in your old bedroom full of magazine clippings (mine are mostly Kate Moss, I had an early appreciation for nudity, the males in my family didn't seem to mind).
What family events or high school classmate bar crawls will be driving you crazy about your outfit? How will you know what to bring home???
The female Scott Disick. The Lady Disick to be exact.
Yeah I said the one who shall not be named, Lord Disick. Lately I've been really getting into menswear. Blazers, tailored pants, or what have you. Not only is the Lady Disick elegantly casual, it also has the ability to be representable to your family, as well as doubling for an outfit for the night. Pieces like a blazer can also have multi-uses later on during your stay. I paired shiny silver tailored pants with a printed blazer for an extra holiday feel. Now you don't have to go totally serious with a button up, try something fun like a plain loose white t-shirt or a graphic tee like I tried out below. Have fun with it, & if your Mom or girlfriends think your crazy... the Lady Disick is in full effect.
Blazer: Zara | Tee Shirt: OVO | Silver Speckled Pants: H&M | Loafers: Bass loves Rachel Antonoff | Sunglasses: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Compliment your blazer and skinny pant combo with a pair of loafers. I typically swear by all shoes made by Rachel Antonoff. I don't recall what oxfords or loafers look like before she started making them for Bass (I am that in love).
As I said I will be frequenting more holiday inspired posts, so stay tuned!