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Festive Fair Isle












Sweater (vintage, similar here) // Jeans // Socks // Boots // Scarf // Gloves (similar here)

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas yesterday! My day was certainly filled with family and laughter, christmas music, and a lot of cookies! (A few runs are definitely in order after this weekend!)

This is one of my favorite outfits, because it's so cute and so cozy all at the same time. This vintage sweater has got to be one of my favorites and of course I paired it with a typical camp sock / bean boot combination! It never snowed here in Wisconsin, so I didn't get to enjoy a white Christmas this year, but I still had a fabulous holiday and I hope you all did too!

How was your Christmas?
xoxo

7 comments

  1. Love this outfit, it's so festive! I'm so jelly of your Bean boots, of course I won't be able to get any until March-but it'll be worth the wait, I'm sure!

    xoxo, SS

    www.TheSouthernStylista.blogspot.com

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  2. Great sweater!! You styled it well :)

    Sarah
    Sweet Spontaneity

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  3. Nothing says winter quite like a fair isle sweater :) What a cute holiday look!

    http://www.lookfortheoccasion.com

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  4. I'm definitely in love with Christmas sweater! I really wanted a pair of duck boots for Christmas but I guess I didn't get my list to Santa in time to beat the waiting list, oops!

    xx
    Mikkaela
    Southwestern Prepster

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  5. Such a lovely and cozy outfit! My Christmas was really nice, plenty of food, family and laughs! It is always bittersweet when the holidays are over, and don't get me started on how 2015 is in only a few days :)

    Beautyosaurus Lex

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  6. cute outfit! i like that vintage sweater...guess i'll have to browse some thrift stores more often! i wish you had one picture zoomed out of the full outfit! happy holidays!

    swirlingup.blogspot.com

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