I love traditional holiday decor. Green and red and gold and things that sparkle and light-up. Plaids throws, wreaths hanging with ribbon, and ornaments with character. Luxe fabrics like velvet and wool and satin. It’s all so good.
Behold! A curated combination of things I own and love that would make a great gift, in my opinion, for just about any woman you’re shopping for (including yourself)! I had to include a couple of those items we all want but never want to buy ourselves (i.e. that candle)!
Happy shopping! More guides to come!
Oh! And it’s all under $100 except for those fabulous velvet loafers which are worth. every. penny.
After getting my first pair of cozy holiday pj’s last year – and living in them – I’m just going ahead and stocking up on festive cozy pj’s now (some are already backordered). Plus there are so many amazing sales going on, it’s hard to pass on the deals. Sharing a few of my favorite picks here!
3. Red slippers
Saturday night Dan and I hosted our second murder mystery party – the first was a “Murder of a Millionaire” for my 30th birthday two years ago – but this time around we wanted to combine it with a Halloween party and needed a spooookier theme.
Enter A Vampire Murder Mystery. We figured the costumes would be easy for everyone, the theme would be perfect for the holiday, and decorating would be super fun for me to transform our home into the Castle of Shadows, home to a vampire clan.
As you know tomorrow night Dan and I are hosting a Vampire-themed Murder Mystery! I’ll be doing a full recap w/ food, invitations, costumes, and how it’s set up w/ lighting and FOG MACHINE, but I wanted to show you a sneak peek of how the space is coming together…
I knew as soon as we moved into our house that I was going to decorate our front stoop for the holidays! And by holidays I mean… starting in October with festive fall decor. I posted about my inspiration here.
I teamed up with the folks at Home Depot–which has been my go-to source for plants, Christmas trees, planters, etc. for years–to create a harvest pumpkin delight on our front steps.
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