Fashion,  Looks

Restyled: Green Pleated Dress + Plaid Flannel

Merry Christmas Eve! I don’t know how it’s already Christmas. December went by in the blink of an eye. I don’t know how March-December felt like 10 years, but the holiday season went by like nothing.

The restyling I’m sharing today is actually what I’m planning to wear tomorrow for Christmas. Even if it’s just my immediate family gathering for the holiday, I still like dressing up.

I was going through my closet and saw this emerald green dress that I wore for Christmas Eve last year. It is a mixed media dress with a short sleeve solid top and pleated skirt. But, I thought I’d restyle it for this Christmas by pairing it with a plaid flannel overtop. I chose one I got (I think) last year from Abercrombie and the flannel has a subtle Christmas-y color combo. I wore it over the dress and tied it up in the front.

Apologies in advance that I have so many photos of this outfit. I actually had a lot more but I narrowed it down to these and then couldn’t decide!

Dress: LOFT | Flannel: Abercrombie & Fitch | Shoes: DSW | Sunglasses: Quay Australia (here)

I hadn’t intended to wear sunglasses for these photos, but it was really sunny in the spot in front of the courthouse. Luckily I had these with me and not a pair that didn’t match at all!

Speaking of this spot. This is a courthouse in a town near me. I have wanted to take photos in front of it for ages, because I think the building is gorgeous, but I never have. Then, when I was in the neighborhood a few weeks ago I drove past and saw that they put little wreaths up for the holidays and knew I had go back and take photos before they took them down.

To all who celebrate – have a wonderful Christmas Eve!

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