Sunday, December 20, 2020

Sunday Styling vol. 17

Even though Covid has messed up a lot of plans, one thing I’m not too bummed for it to tone down is New Year’s Eve. As far as holidays go, it has never been my favorite, and the pressure behind having big plans for the night isn’t something I love. When I used to be in Fairhope for the holiday, one of my best friends and I would cook an elaborate meal that evening and stay in with some of our other friends to celebrate. The kitchen would be noisy (from us and the music playing) and usually messy, and our glasses would be filled with sparkling cider until we turned 21, when we happily switched to champagne. It wasn’t uncommon for us to fall asleep before midnight and have no regrets about staying in for the evening. Last year was a fun New Year’s Eve as well since I had a friend’s wedding to attend, and I realize the thing both these settings have in common is that my plans were already established without having to wishy-washily come up with something to do with a group of friends. So, in this way, the pressure of not having to have elaborate or noteworthy plans is exciting to me.

The idea of dressing up for the occasion is also stressful for me. With little to no black in my wardrobe and little desire to purchase trendy pieces for the night, I always feel a bit out of place when going out to celebrate. In case you are hoping to dress the part this year for the holiday, I put together nine different outfit ideas to inspire you! 

I’ll be back in Birmingham and plan to attempt to go with the flow on what we decide to do (making it Covid safe as well). Sign me up for outfit number nine, something fun to cook for dinner, and maybe a game night accompanied by champagne! 

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Which of these outfits would you be most likely to wear?

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