Slip on your holiday shoes and have a very merry Christmas!(View comments)
When we went to Chicago earlier this month, we stopped at the Christkindlmarket where I spent entirely too much money on German Christmas ornaments. They’re all beautiful, but this pink pine cone is my favorite.(View comments)
Affixing letter decals to a vintage mirror is an elegant way to display the evening’s bar menu. A dash of green garland and red cocktails serve as the inspiration for a festive ensemble in traditional Christmas colors.View comments)
Here are a few of my favorite Christmas songs to get you in the holiday mood, and keep me in good spirits for tomorrow’s blizzard. It’ll definitely be a “White Christmas” here.
What are your favorite holiday tunes?View comments)
Four things contribute to a satisfying holiday season: gatherings of loved ones, gobs of glittery ornaments, glasses filled with holiday spirits, and, of course, a fabulous frock is a must! The new-to-me site, MissesDressy, has cocktail dresses in every shape and sequin color imaginable (and prom dresses to suggest to the younger ladies this spring).
I’m one click away from ordering those glamorous cocktail picks. They’ll look divine on the bar cart I have yet to acquire.View comments)
Given my love of jewelry, it’s probably not surprising that Christmas ornaments also make my knees weak. Kate Spade’s 30% Friends & Family discount is the perfect opportunity to pick up one of these gems for the Christmas tree.View comments)
- the aftermath of a very merry Christmas
- a vintage brass pineapple which is either an ice bucket or a box
- the best part of baking: licking the spoon
- sparkly heels and a glittery pedicure
- a sweet stocking stuffer: a vintage postcard of the apartment-turned-hotel Dave and I stayed at on our first vacation together
- retro wrapping paper