We don't have Thanksgiving...but we have Sinterklaas and Christmas.
Sinterklaas (Saint Nicholas) is sort of Santa, and is more for children..but most adults also celebrate it. ( 5 dec.) And after that we have my favorite of all CHRISTMAS!! I really get hyper around this season. It's the most wonderfull time of the year!
And I began to plan in the beginning of november...
5 dec I'll be wearing brown pants, with brown sneakers, a brown tunic with a pink tank top. I'm a teacher It's gonna be a busy day for the children I have to wear comfy clothes.
Than we'll have christmas dinner (20 dec) with the children. I'll be wearing a limegreen tunic with silver glitter and white pants, with white high heels.
For the first christmas day (25 dec) I'll be wearing a purple/grey dress and the second day of christmas (26dec) I'll be with my BF, we're going out for dinner and my outfit for that day will be a turqoise/green tunic with black pants and high heels. And the next day we'll be leaving for Paris.
Can you tell I'm excited??
I am loving the turtleneck under a jumper dress. I have a really great muted fushia bubble-hem jumper that I'll wear with a black turtleneck and opaque black tights... I like that it's bright and festive but not too Christmas-y.
Not sure what plans for New Year's Eve are brewing, so I'll have to wait on that outfit!
On Thanksgiving, I wore a grey cashmere twin set, black knee-length pleated flannel skirt, black tights, and black suede Michael Kors pumps.
On Christmas, I am not sure yet. My holiday plans include some traveling on Christmas Day itself, so it will have to be something decent-looking yet also very comfortable, like black stretch-wool pants with a cashmere turtleneck.
On New Year's Eve, I will be in dark COH jeans, black satin pumps, a black cashmere sweater with a deep V-neckline lined with sequins, and a black tuxedo jacket. And of course, long dangly earrings to match.