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This is just gorgeous! I love how you accessorized the outfit so perfectly. I agree, Christmas outfits are just too fun to resist!
I am planning one myself, but can't start until the fabric arrives. Yours is just lovely! :)

Kristen Stoltzfus Clay

Thanks so much, Esther! I'm glad you think I accessorized it perfectly, because I kind of put it together at the last minute and usually that doesn't turn out so great! I'll keep an eye out for your Christmas outfit. I'm sure it will be lovely!

Two Old Beans

So pretty! Love seeing you style the shoes.

Gina White

Oh I am so loving your whole look! Blue really makes the Christmas-y print stand out doesn't it? Your sweater is super sweet as is your hat. I love the veiling and spray you put on it. I LOVE decorating hats so much!! Again, I am simply amazed with your hair...it looks so fabulous! What a fun ensemble for the Christmas season!

Kristen Stoltzfus Clay

Thanks Gina! Yes, I liked the unusual holiday color scheme by emphasizing the tiny blue berries in the print rather than the red or green. I love incorporating blue into the holidays, since many shades of it are my "favorite color".

Personally I think that day was not a good hair day, so it's nice to hear otherwise. :-) I'm glad you like the hat - usually my millinery attempts are not so great. I wish I had your talent!


That velvet purse is really something special ~ I love how the red picks out the pops of red in your skirt. Plus, that cardigan is simply dreamy! Love it!! ❤

bonita of Lavender & Twill

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