You know what? I have a love-hate relationship with holiday dressing. On one hand, I love to go all out with the sparkles, the bright bold red, the sequins, the tulle. But on the other hand that happened to turn 37 this year, I struggle with the reuse of those pieces in my closet. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good holiday moment but I also want to be able to wear it more than once. I mean let’s be real — it’s not a wedding dress; it’s for a holiday party that I will most definitely spill something on and also fall asleep in later that night.

What about you? Are you here for a round up of holiday-inspired pieces that you can wear again and again? I just came up with that idea so let me know if you’d like to see that. This dress is definitely in the running for a holiday look you can wear again. It’s hard to see here but it has the most delicate metallic thread woven throughout the pattern, so it’s a nice subtle sparkle. It’s 50% off today at Old Navy so it’s a really good price! You can find it here!

(One note you didn’t ask for but I’m going to give anyways: this dress can get night gown-y if left to her own devices. Accessorize or layer, like I did here with a blazer, a cardigan, belt, jewelry, etc.)

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Fit Details

I am in the medium of the dress, I find it fits true to size with a looser fit overall. I like the medium for a 6-8! I am in the size 40 of the Golden Goose sneakers, they run a bit snug. I am in the medium of the blazer, fit is true to size.

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  1. What you need is a dress that’s easy to mix and match. The beautiful thing about black and white is that they can go with any other color, so it should be no problem to use the dress as the basis for your outfit each day. What you do is look at all your clothes and pick out ones that would work w
    ell with those colors. It’s not too difficult to find options; just think about how those colors mix together, pick them up if needed. Mixing and matching will take less than 30 seconds (more like 5 or 10 seconds)!

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