We think of the holidays as a time to give gifts, stuff our faces and look festive.  All this being true I think there’s a misconception about what festive dressing should look like.  I love breaking those boundries by adding in unexpected elements, whether it be a texture, color or shape.  This year I took the classic lace and gave it a run for it’s money with a cozy knit.  See for yourself and happy rule breaking!
P.S. Here is the grey hair I’ve been incessantly yapping about :) 

 Vintage Sweater, dress and Jewelry can all be found on Omnia Vintage <3

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  • Maddie Klingaman

    December 15, 2013 at 8:18 am |

    Hi! I ran across your blog while doing a google search and since you are such a great thrifter I was wondering if you are familiar with an online “thrift” store called thredUP? Let me tell you just a little about them.

    They buy consignment-quality kids’ and women’s clothing from people, then they hand select the best clothes and then post them onto their online store. ThredUP inspects the clothes and pays up to 40% of the resale value upfront. It’s an awesome site – you can buy or conveniently sell excellent-quality women’s and kids clothing. They’ve got everything from Gucci to Gap, J Crew to Justice and more and at up to 90% off retail prices! If you haven’t heard of thredUP I am giving you $10 off your first purchase with this link. I challenge you to find a great article of clothing for $10 or less. The first time I ordered from them I got a great Ann Taylor dress for just $9.99 so basically it was free! http://www.thredup.com/r/THTOMF

    I hope you will give it a try! (P.s. I don’t work for thredUP!)
    If you do give it a try please let me know how you made out.

    All the best,

  • Anonymous

    January 16, 2014 at 9:06 pm |

    your hair looks awesome in these photos!!

    • stefany.mohebban82@gmail.com

      April 7, 2014 at 12:11 am |

      Thanks so much!! :)