The holiday season is inherently warmth-seeking. The crackle of a fireplace on a cold night, complete with a cup of hot chocolate and feet wrapped in wool socks and cozy slippers defines a wonderful December night. Surrounding yourself with friends, family and loved ones brings a whole different, yet even better, side of warmth into a typically cold season.
And let’s not forget the food! Juicy, spicy, simmering Crockpot dinners that infuse your home with delicious smells. Chewy, chocolate-y cookies baking in the oven. Hot mulled cider, warm coffee and a dash of cinnamon. The opportunities are endless when cold weather sets in.
These things, complete with the surrounding holiday spirit, make for a joyful, merry season abound with smiles and excitement. Reflect your own inner warmth outwards with fuzzy, soft boots. The ZDAR booties above are lined with wool to keep your feet super comfy through even the most inclement of weather. A combination of shearling, wool and fur are the perfect way to protect the toes despite the chill.
On top of this, they make for beautiful gifts! Your loved ones will glow with happiness when gifted the treasure of cozy winter feet. We all know that special someone who can never seem to get warm, whose toes ache each and every winter season. Give the gift of warmth and receive huge hugs and happy faces galore!
From rosy cheeks to cranberry tarts, romantic reds envelop the winter season. The color just screams “holiday” and is the perfect addition to any outfit when trying to be a little more festive.
Whether in the form of mulberries, cranberries or bourdeauxs, red hues are inescapable and delicious during the winter season. Dinners flowing with red wine, cranberry sauce and pomegranate salads finish off with red velvet cake and allow for beloved gatherings and special memories to come.
Red is warm, energetic, passionate and brave. It embodies optimism, determination and positivity. You’re guaranteed to stand out with a great pair of blooming scarlet boots, rosy-hued flats or burgundy heels at all of your winter soirees.
Accent your wardrobe in dashing holiday hues to truly cherish the festive spirit! You’ll be met with compliments and smiles galore. Some of our faves:
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Thanksgiving is totally all about the food… we know that (that’s why it’s one of the best holidays!). But we also know that there’s something special about making a table look beautiful, autumnal, and appetizing in itself.
We’ve found some adorable DIYs for your table, allowing you to spend hardly any money on the décor and focus it all on the food. These DIYs are simple and shouldn’t take much time… but are well worth the effort! These handmade items serve to make your Thanksgiving table unique to yourself and your crew and will be remembered for years to come. Pack them up in a box and bring them out again next year; they end up serving as tradition and a reminder of wonderful Thanksgiving meals past.
Which DIYs will you be trying this year? Feel free to share your photos with us!
When it comes to pairing shoes with outfits, boots are our absolute staple in the fall and winter months. They’re so simply versatile, coming in a variety of colors, heel heights and calf heights to fit in perfectly with your style.
Ankle booties pair super well with dresses and tights or a great pair of skinny jeans. Make these boots the star of the show by tucking in your pants and tights at the ankle. Lace-up ankle boots are some of our absolute favorites, lacing up the calf for the perfect fit. Many in our selection offer an edgy, metallic addition to your favorite outfits with buckles, clasps and zippers. Continue reading →
Happy Thanksgiving Week! The time has officially come to start buying ingredients for your tried-and-true traditional recipes and compiling some new ones to try at this year’s feast. While the turkey is often considered the star of the show, we’d like to argue that side dishes can seriously steal that away. With in-season, fresh produce like pumpkin and squash incorporated into pies, pastas and tarts, there’s really no way to go wrong when experimenting with fall produce. Continue reading →