Monday, December 23, 2013

The Christmas Skirt

The time is just flying by! Christmas is almost here and I cannot wait! Paul and I
finished up the last of our shopping today (I am usually out and about on the 24th,
so this is an improvement for me!) and tonight we've got a little Christmas shin-
dig with friends. I usually don't dress overly seasonal, but for some reason I'm
just doing things differently. It definitely makes getting dressed a little more fun!
This skirt was once my Christmas dress when I was a little girl (or my sister's).
My mom wasn't too pleased I had cut it up, but I say it gets more use this way!
It absolutely screams Christmas to me with green velvet trim and the red floral
print (do you know what type of flower this is? I should know considering I've
worked in two garden centers, but I don't).  All right, off I go. And since I won't
be back until after Christmas: Happy Holidays! Have a wonderful day :)
Thrifted // Sweater
Forever 21 // Bow Studs
Thrifted // T-Shirt
DIY // Skirt
Thrifted // Boots


  1. Oh how cute! Re-purposing isn't such a bad thing. At least now it won't just be sitting around. It looks lovely, too! Merry Christmas.

    Kalie H.

  2. Ah, this skirt is the perfect print for Christmas! I love it Samantha. Looks fantastic with your red cardigan too.
    Have a Merry Christmas!

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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  4. Such a pretty ensemble! I love the double collar. I think being able to continue wearing something that has meaning to you is a great alternative to it just getting lost in the closet or being tossed. I'm all for repurposing!

  5. that skirt really is perfect for christmas. i guess i can understand why parents hold on to adorable otufits of their kid's, they're just so darn cute. but def better to get some use. i love it w/ the white t and red cardi and of course all that snow, wow, gorgeous!!


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