Tuesday Ten: December Style Tips

The weather outside might be frightful, but your winter wardrobe doesn’t have to be. A chill in the air means cozy layers, sweaters galore, and plaid everything. While I may be a summer girl through and through, winter is a fun time to play with chunky accessories and basically walk out of the house in the thing that most closely resembles a blanket… and I definitely can’t complain about that. If you’re lacking in the winter wardrobe department, today I’ve rounded up a festive bunch of fashion-forward bloggers to help get you inspired. Whether you’re dressing for a holiday party or braving the cold, the 10 outfits below will carry you through the next few frigid months. Keep scrolling to see the looks that have me inspired for December…

Freckles on Fillmore in plaid

1. Plenty of plaid.
This month it’s totally acceptable to add plaid to any and all outfits. I can’t think of anything more festive. Jen of Freckles on Fillmore is looking warm and functional in her plaid wrap and snow boots. 

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faux fur look on Jess Ann Kirby

2. Get festive in faux fur.
One of my favorite ways to dress up a holiday outfit this year is by adding a touch of faux fur. I’m loving this faux fur and satin combination on Jess Ann Kirby, and can we please talk about how sweet her flower crown is too? This is a look worthy of your annual holiday cards. 

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holiday season style on Margo and Me

3. Tied up with a bow.
Nothing adds sweetness to heavy metals quite like a bow. Jenny of Margo & Me looks holiday party chic in a shimmering cocktail dress, clutch and faux fur coat. 

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December style on Extra Petite

4. Santa’s little helper.
There’s no doubt that red is December’s favorite color. Jean of Extra Petite wears a festive coat, perfect for Christmas tree shopping and braving the cold weather. 

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cute winter beanie on Little Blonde Book

5. Beanie, baby.
One winter accessory that I love in particular has to be a warm beanie. With so many colors to choose from, there’s truly one for every winter ensemble. I love that Taylor of Little Blonde Book chose a more neutral option while she bundles up by the fire. 

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lovely layers on The Golden Girl

6. Lovely layers.
Jess of The Golden Girl has truly mastered the art of layering. From her turtleneck under her crewneck sweater to her fluffy parka, this girl is staying warm from head to toe. 

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dress for a festive fête via Pink Peonies

7. Dress for a festive fête.
Holidays mean plenty of parties to attend. If you’re not in the mood to slink into a cocktail dress, a top and tulle skirt combination should do the trick. Rachel of Pink Peonies puts a glam foot forward in this gorgeous look. 

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classic winter look on Fashion Jackson

8. Keep it classic.
If you’re more of an investment shopping kind of gal, always opt for classic styles and color palettes. Amy of Fashion Jackson is wearing patterns and colors that are sure to be in style every time winter rolls around. 

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festive and femme on Pineapple and Prosecco

9. Festive and femme.
This outfit caught my eye for so many reasons. Danielle of Pineapple & Prosecco perfectly pulls off the slouchy sweater and midi skirt combination in my favorite color palette. I love that dressing for each season can be flirty and feminine in all the right ways. 

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structured look for winter

10. Structure for all seasons.
I had to include another outfit from Jean of Extra Petite. I love the lines of her peacoat and trousers—this outfit can easily be worn in the office or out on the town. 

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I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling the holiday spirit with each and every one of these outfits.

Which one of these looks is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments!

XO Lauren

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1. Freckles on Fillmore
2. Jess Ann Kirby
3. Margo & Me
4. Extra Petite
5. Little Blonde Book
6. The Golden Girl
7. Pink Peonies
8. Fashion Jackson
9. Pineapple and Prosecco
10. Extra Petite
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