I am back with another holiday outfit. Last week Friday I shared a cozy warm yet elegant holiday look HERE. This week I wanted to show a holiday look that was a bit more dressy and not quite as warm; although you could add black tights or a patterned hose to this look if you didn't want to go bare legged.
I don't know about you, but I don't like to go out and buy all new clothes for a holiday party. Most items are only worn once a year, so why not wear it again next year? Who is going to remember what you wore anyway? Thus, everything I have on is old. But the good news is I was shopping at JCPenney last week and I saw this sweater! They brought it back for the holidays!
The last time I showed you this sweater was in this post HERE. For whatever reason, that post was one of my most popular posts ever. I can't figure out why because the pictures in that post were terrible due to bad hotel lighting. Maybe it got so many hits because people to wonder "What to Wear to a Casino". :)
This sweater is just a beautiful jewel toned color, and it is covered in sequins! It also has a unique keyhole opening in the back with a ribbon tie closure.
I kept my jewelry simple because I had enough sparkle going on with the sweater. I wore a simple velvet choker from Forever 21.
The choker has a simple blue rhinestone in the center which matches the color of my sweater.
I carried a vintage black velvet bags of my mother's.
I could have worn sparkly, open-toe heels, but I chose these black suede wedges because they are more practical for my climate.
I also went bare-legged for the photography shoot, but normally in winter I would have to wear panty hose (even though I know they are out) because being bare-legged in winter in our state isn't possible.
My skirt is actually a pencil skirt. The last time I showed it to you was HERE. The blue in the skirt was the exact color of blue in the sweater, so I was able to combine the two successfully.
Have a Great Day! Amy
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