As much as I prefer online shopping this time of year, certain things need to be seen and examined to make the cut. One of those things is our family Christmas Tree.
Welcome to this week’s Hit Your Style Sweet Spot, my weekly collaboration with Pam from Over 50 Feeling 40.
You’ve hit your Style Sweet Spot when your appearance is sending the message you intend, and you feel confident that you look your best. Today we are sharing how we dress for holiday shopping.
My grandson is visiting and our weekend was about shopping for our Christmas Tree.
My feet and their comfort will make or break any shopping experience so I chose cushioned flats. These Eileen Fisher platforms have a thick rubber platform and are very comfy. They also have side cutouts so I wore them with black socks. Black socks and sandals, Jennifer? Let the comments commence:)
Since we were spending time outside all weekend, I wore a wide brimmed hat for sun protection.
My navy cashmere poncho was perfect for this early December day. My grandson wanted to wear a hat too so he borrowed one I’d handknit a few years ago for my husband.
You may notice the ace bandage on my left hand. I’ve had a lot of pain in my left thumb lately and assumed it was from overuse trying to finish my grandson’s Christmas stocking. An X-ray on Friday showed a lot of arthritis in the joint and my doctor suggested I immobilize it. Full stop on the stocking.
justified decided my grandson will use my stocking this year and I will try to finish his over the next 12 months.
I may be old fashioned but who is putting purple, red, turquoise, pink or black flocked Christmas trees in their home?
I admit the white are fun, but my husband wanted none of it.
This is how I hit my Style Sweet Spot for holiday shopping. Let’s go see what Pam wears.
Thanks for reading and have a great day.