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My Holiday Dresses for the Season

sequined knee length dress-taupe sequin dress
Jerome Rousseau gold shoes

brown sequin slouchy dress and shoes

* Jigsaw London just sent me this fabulously slouchy sequined dress in a warm taupey-brown-champagne color to wear to my cousin’s rehearsal dinner, which of course, I didn’t attend. But now it’s a major Thanksgiving outfit contender! I love how versatile it is. It comes as you see it in the first photo, I added a tassel sash belt and kept it long in the second shot. But really, I’ll most likely wear it with opaque black tights and black suede heels which blend so well, you can’t tell where leg ends and foot begins. *See my Instagram shot. * Gold shoes are Jerome C. Rousseau. * Black shoes are Jean-Michel Cazabat


I know I just posted this dress I wore to the Murder Mystery Dinner but it’s still new {well, vintage, but new to me} and definitely part of the holiday group. Styled a bit differently, one may not even recognize that it’s the same dress 😉

vintage bill blass animal print dress

I found this amazing vintage Bill Blass silk leopard print dress from the 70’s on Etsy and I fell in love. 86Vintage has become one of my favorite vintage Etsy shops because of it! They have GREAT finds and fair prices for vintage. * AND from Friday the 25th thru Sunday the 27th my readers get 25% off! CLICK HERE & use the code 1YEAR1.

vintage 50's sheer navy shirt dress and shoesvintage 50's sheer shirt dress
blue shoes-navy shoes-velvet shoes-houndstooth shoes

When the husband and I were out shopping for our Halloween costumes, this was one of the only vintage dresses from the 50’s I tried on that fit not only in the waist and hips, but in the chest and arms as well. And I just happened to love it. I knew I wouldn’t wear it as my costume but instead with a black slip underneath, or if I’m feeling sassy, vintage undergarments. * DIY Houndstooth shoes. * Theyskens’ Theory crushed velvet flats

leopard print dress with tassel necklace

This is just an easy dress by Walter I found on GILT but with tights and a black blazer and maybe a belt, would be a great go-to for any sort of last minute or less-than-fancy-but-dressed up holiday dates.

Lace Bustier Halter DIY - with bow

This isn’t actually a dress but I’ve been dying to wear my lace halter bustier with a pair of black Alice and Olivia high-waist satin trousers with maybe a bright red shoe and red lip! Like I said, dying to wear it!

navy sequined mini dress

And last but not least, my navy sequined mini dress is always a fun holiday option. I bought it from ModCloth last year to wear to New Year’s Eve, but changed plans and we stayed in instead. It remained in my closet until Summer when I wore it at the BlogHer Sparklecorn party. It’s short but not ridiculous… alright, close to ridiculous but with my navy satin Ferragamo pumps, it’s a festive duo!


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Maegan Tintari

LA native & lifestyle blogger Maegan Tintari writes daily at sharing beauty & style secrets, including fashion DIYs, how-to nail art manicures, hair tutorials, recipes & home decorating ideas, as well as a look into her personal life, her journey & battle with infertility & recent relocation to the mountains by a lake in search of a better life with her adorable French Bulldog brothers, Trevor and Randy.

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