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New Years Eve is probably the best time of year because you get to wear as much glitter, sequins, and sparkles as you want and it's totally acceptable. So if you're last minute like me, I have 17 new picks for your New Year's Eve outfit!
I love this little clutch from Kate Spade. It's a phone case too so you can conveniently carry everything without worrying about a big bag all night.
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I'm always one for a statement piece, and this holiday season, it's got to be my leather mini skirt. It's fun, a little edgy, and oh so cute.
Here are my 3 favorite ways to wear it:
Pairing a festive red plaid with the skirt makes it a little more casual. I love this look for day events, pair it with some neutral makeup and fun booties and its perfect for any event!
This look is a more casual look, with a plain black tshirt and blanket scarf, its a good look for school or brunch. You could also throw on a pair of sheer black tights and a red lip to make it a little dressier.
This is by far my favorite look, (probably the one I'll be wearing for Christmas dinner!). A big turtleneck pairs perfectly with the leather and the over the knee boots are my new obsession. It's the most formal look and would be perfect with a dark lip color. Balance the lipstick with more neutral eye color so that you don't wash yourself out.
Let me know in the comments how you style your leather mini skirt! Happy holidays!
Traveling is something that can be super fun and exciting, but more often than not, it's a big headache. This past weekend I had to deal with a cancelled shuttle, delayed flight, bumped up delayed flight, pushed back delayed flight, long security lines, and then TSA pulling my backpack for peanut butter cookie dough. I don't think my blood pressure has ever been that high.
So as seasoned travelers, Cait and I have come up with a list of travel tips that'll make your holiday travels a little easier.
Before you leave for the airport
Finals are finally upon us and this is one of the worst times to be a student. Our knowledge from the previous semester is put to the test by 50 multiple choice questions that are meant to trick you and we spend hours on end studying and trying to relearn an entire semester of knowledge.
Obviously, it's an extremely stressful time of year. But I figured I'd give everyone some tips on how I try to minimize my stress so no one drops out of school.
The Front Paige 2017