A-Z to a Stylish Christmas: H

Hi Everyone, I’m Iris from 260 Days, No Repeats! I have challenged myself to wear remixed outfits from my closet… It started out as a one year thing but, has since evolved and kept on going. During this experience I have learned that you don’t need all new items of clothes to have a fresh new look. I am constantly finding ways to take the things I wear every day and pair them with completely different items! There are no limits…

With the holidays on the horizon I’m sure everyone’s social calendars are filling up. While you might feel like there is nothing in your closet that is going to work you can take a few key pieces and put together a plethora of fabulous outfits! I chose a great dress, sparky sweater, sparky t-shirt, classic pencil skirt, and pinstripe blazer and mixed them into 12 different holiday ready ensembles. What pieces would you pick? How would you put them together?

Lace Yoke Sleeveless Dress – LOFT
Red Embellished Sweater – RED via Loehmanns
Green Sequins Embellished T-shirt – Ellen Tracey via TJ Maxx
Black Pencil Skirt – Old Navy
Black Pinstripe Blazer – Calvin Klein via SYMS
Mixed Metal Earrings – ModCloth
Belle Fleur Ring – Stella & Dot
Rhinestone Earrings – New York & Company
Gold/Silver Teardrop Earrings – V’ta Jewelry
Black Pumps – Candies via Kohl’s
Black Belt – Adrienne Vitadinni

Can you see yourself utilizing similar pieces from your own wardrobe in similar fashions? What would you do differently? It doesn’t have to be exact; You could throw a pair of pants or jeans in the mix for more casual gatherings but, at least you know that you’ll have all your fancy holiday celebrations covered! Please stop by 260 Days, No Repeats for more remixing inspiration.

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One thought on “A-Z to a Stylish Christmas: H

  1. I am in awe of how these five pieces were put together so beautifully. Of special note is the use of the dress as a top with the pencil skirt. Clever…and it works. Now I will go through my closet and see if I can manage to do the same thing with a few pieces that have languished on hangers patiently waiting to be plucked…..Informative post…. Thank you

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