Christmas week has finally arrived! I am so happy to have my whole family together again to enjoy the holiday. And of course, I will be wearing red for Christmas.
To celebrate the occasion, I chose a black sleeveless top with beaded accents around the collar and a sequined skinny scarf to add just a little extra sparkle. My favorite part of the outfit is the red and black bubble skirt. I have owned the top and the skirt for many years. However, I purchased the skinny scarf as a trendy seasonal accessory.
Then, I chose some shimmery pearl and capiz shell bracelets to finish off the look.
I have been spending quite a bit more time in the kitchen since my son arrived back home. Our family has a special Christmas Eve tradition. Each year we have our own little Christmas party, complete with our favorite dips and appetizers, in honor of Jesus’ birthday. In fact, this is the time this mama does most of her holiday cooking. So, the kids have already put in special orders for their favorite party foods.
How about you…do you like to wear traditional reds for the holidays or do you gravitate to other colors? Adding color is always a great choice for fashion over 40. Even if you don’t feel comfortable wearing red in your larger wardrobe pieces, red accessories can still make a major style statement.
Batik Scarf|Boot Cuffs|Infinity Scarf|Bow Heels
Here’s wishing you all the joy this season brings!
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Happy Holidays, and I do love the print on the skirt Shellie, this is one o f my fav color combos, black and red. I do tend to gravitate to reds and emeralds over the holidays.
Thanks for hosting!!
What a pretty Florida Holiday look!
You look truly delightful Shellie! Such a chic outfit and that red lipstick is the cherry on the cake! Thank you so much for joining my linkup, I really appreciate it! Hope we can stay in touch dear! Baci, Valeria – Coco et La vie en rose fashion blog
I don’t go anywhere without my lipstick 😉 Make sure to keep me up-to-date on the next linkup, Coco.
You look beautiful!!!
Happy New Year and may 2016 bring you joy.
Thanks Celeste…may your new year be blessed as well!
you look fabulous, Shellie..I love your Batik scarf..that’s from Indonesia, my beloved country :)..Do you get it in Manila or you got a chance to come and visit Indonesia? Hope you do..and have a great holidaaaay..
Yes, they do have some Batik here but the Indonesians definitely do it best!
Shellie, you look so happy and festive! I love to wear red myself! Happy New Year!
Thanks Donna…red is yet another fabulous perk of the holidays!
You look adorable and ready to film a cooking program! 😀 Merry Christmas, Beautiful!
Thanks for joining in the Christmas link up fun!
Haha, maybe I should try to be the next Paula Dean!!
Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style. Happy holidays. Good for you. Great skirt!
I absolutely love that skirt! I don’t wear skirts, but if I found that one somewhere, I’m pretty sure I’d start!! lol Very festive outfit!
Thanks Alison! I appreciate you stopping by.
Red is a must for Christmas and you’re doing it so well in this look. Merry Christmas and thanks for linking up!
Love the pattern on your skirt, plus the way you’ve tied your scarf. A stunning Christmas look! Have a great Christmas!
Thanks Lorna Mai, have a very Merry Christmas!
It’s a beautiful look for the holiday! I hope you share some of the tasty vittles you will be making for the fest.
Merry Christmas to you and yours!
Thanks so much, Freda…have a very Merry Christmas!
Gorgeous, Shellie! I love the birthday party for Jeaus-that is so awesome! It just dawned on me that, far too often, my traditional Christmas outfit is pajamas, jeans, whatever new clothes I received, or any combination or one or more of those. I have to change that. LOL! Merry Christmas and enjoy!
Thanks Regina! I bet you have to dress up a lot for your work, so maybe pajamas and jeans are just what you need to enjoy your Christmas. May your holidays be blessed.
Adorable! that’s the best Christmas skirt ever. Thanks for linking up and Merry Christmas, xo
Thanks Patti…Merry Christmas to you and your’s!
How cute are you in the kitchen!!! Love this outfit, pretty, festive skirt and those shoes are darling! Merry Christmas to one of the most beautiful and kind hearted ladies in all of blog land!! xo
Aww Andrea, thanks for saying that! I wish you and your’s a very Merry Christmas and all the joy the season brings.
Gorgeous skirt!! Merry Christmas!!
Thanks Jaymie, same to you!