As I Cee It

25 Days of Christmas: Cee’s Holiday Style

Posted on: December 20, 2015

Day 20: Cee's Holiday Style

Time to share how I did holiday style this season. We had two family parties – my mother’s party last Saturday with the Lip Sync Battle (left) and my sister’s party last night with Family Feud (right). Forgive the terrible photos. I kept forgetting to get a picture of my ensembles during the parties.

Because I was hosting the Lip Sync Battle, I got a little fancier and indulged myself in the opportunity to wear my tulle skirt (Broke Girl Style). I paired it with an H&M t-shirt that I’ve had for a year or two, a red ribbon I pulled from another article of clothing and shimmery gold shoes (Brash, Payless).

On the right, I went for a more casual look and kept the shimmery gold shoes for a bit of fun. I bought the sweater specifically for this outfit for $20 at Marshalls. Added a long gold necklace (J. Crew) and white jeans (Blue Ashphalt, Wet Seal).

I prefer the outfit on the right, though the tulle skirt always makes me feel fancy and ladylike.

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