Monday, December 17, 2018

Time to shine

It's that time of the year... time to bring out all the sequins and shiny things you have hiding in your closet. We all know I am not one to hold back when it comes to being a bit extra, and yes of course I wear sequins year round even when it's not appropriate so you can bet your butt that I wear them every day during this time of year. There is nothing more fun to wear to holiday parties and fun nights with friends and family. It brings that extra little shine and celebration to an already exciting evening. 

I teamed up with Express to bring you a few of my favorite holiday pieces. Some being extra casual and some extra extra. I love how affordable their pieces are and easy to mix and match. The high waisted leather looking pants are my absolute favorite. Pair those with a band t shirt and you look like you "tried" to get ready haha. I am also crushing so hard on the green color! 

My next favorite piece, and I have to say this because I mean it from the bottom of my heart, is the Sherpa cocoon cover-up is hands down the coziest thing I have ever put on my body! I will definitely be wearing that for the next few months trying to stay warm in NYC. 

I hope everyone is enjoying time with all their loved ones and of course finding an excuse to dress up! Shop at Express and shine your brightest this year!

Happy Holidays, 

p.s. I love you all!


Thank you to Express for sponsoring this post! 




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