Since Thanksgiving, I’ve received dozens of requests for ideas for what to wear to an office holiday party. From casual dinner parties to black tie events at local museums, y’all have just about everything on the horizon.
So, to answer all of your questions (and save myself a lot of time emailing), I decided to do a huge round up of all of the dresses which have caught my eye this holiday season. Each dress is appropriate to wear around colleagues… while also being fun and festive for the holiday season!
If you’re anything like me, Christmastime is your favorite time of the year. I love driving around Highland Park at night, looking at all of the pretty lights, jamming out to all of the Christmas carols. In my jammies. With a steaming cup of hot chocolate. This has become my nightly ritual ever since I got back from celebrating Thanksgiving in Austin.
While Highland Park is definitely my most-frequented spot, there are plenty of places in Dallas to help you get in the holiday spirit to help you get in the holiday spirit. Because there are 0 Scrooges allowed here, folks.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Temperatures in Dallas are below 70°F which basically means winter is here in full force. And I’ve been listening to my Pandora Christmas Music station 24/7 since Friday.
Y’all: this Jew loves Christmas.
And a great deal. Cue the Cyber Monday. There are some great deals to be found today… but what are the best Cyber Monday sales? Keep reading for my full guide and all of my picks (much like how I did on Friday for Black Friday!). Oh and PS my pajama set is on sale!
It’s finally here! I have been working on the Glitter & Spice Holiday Guide for the past few weeks. And, as of today, it’s finally live!
I am so excited to hear what y’all think. The guide is fully interactive… so, when you see something you like, just click it. That product will then open up in another tab. Every look I’m wearing in the Glitter & Spice Holiday Guide is also shoppable, so feel free to click those images too!
Click here to skip the post and go straight to the holiday guide.
Being single during the holidays has this stigma of being the absolute worst… when, to be honest, it can kind of be the best.
For starters: it can be much cheaper. Because you’re not worried about finding the perfect gift for your significant other. Sure, you might have only spent $150 on spoiling your s/o and instead you’re now going to spend $200 on a spa day for you… But trust me, the math works out.
It’s like spending $20 more to get free shipping. Shopping math doesn’t have to make sense (and that’s coming from an engineer).