I've been thinking about Angie's festive challenge, even if I haven't gone with something festive each day. Here are my attempts so far at creating a little bit of a festive mood with everyday outfits.

1-3: Thanksgiving Day. Big family gathering, but not dressy. Deep burgundy boyfriend jeans (Rag & Bone); charcoal and multicolored silk floral peasant blouse (made by me); black boiled wool bomber with faux leather sleeves (Halogen); black ornate belt (Bed Stu); dark gray crystal earrings (Dabby Reid); black suede booties (Paul Green); charcoal cocoon coat (Lodenfrey); silver cross-body bag (Michael Michael Kors). I felt the deep burgundy color, the floral silk, the silver bag, suede booties and earrings with a very subtle sparkle all felt festive.
4-5: Worn for a day off, dentist visit, and family get-together, day before Thanksgiving. Deep burgundy boyfriend jeans (Rag & Bone); gray hatchy print long-sleeved tee (made by me); burgundy boucle long cardi (Halogen); black men's dress belt; black flat booties (Munro, Lexie); not shown: navy trench (London Fog); black satchel (Elliott Lucca, Olvera). The colors and the deep, thick boucle cardigan felt festive to me.

6-8: Worn for a day off, doctor's appointment, family get-together. Dark skinnies (Mother, the Looker); blue, olive, red, and ivory abstract raindrops patterned t-shirt (made by me); olive fleece cocoon cardi (Caslon); black, red, blue, and white cowboy boots; navy trench (London Fog); black satchel (Elliott Lucca, Olvera). I was reaching for festive here, with the cowboy boots and red lipstick.

9-10: Worn for work. Sage wool tapered trousers (made by me); mauve, sage, and gray floral wool fleece cap sleeve pullover (made by me); mauve long sleeved tissue weight funnel neck sweater (Hinge); ornate pearl pendant (Nordstrom Rack); gray croc moto boots (Donald Pliner); taupe trench coat (Calvin Klein); light gray backpack (Rebecca Minkoff). The floral pullover and pearl pendant felt festive to me.

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