J. Crew released several new holiday looks this morning that I am absolutely LOVING! The holidays may look a bit different this year, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy the moment and look great while we’re doing it. Bold colors and festive outfits always lift my mood. I hope that they lift yours, too! Today, I am featuring several fun holiday looks that bring me joy and that exemplify comfort! What are you wearing for the holidays? I’d love to know!
This first look is one of my faves because it’s SOOOO cozy, chic, comfy, and versatile. The J. Crew Cashmere Sweater with Bow Stripes is a fun way to get into the holiday spirit without wearing red and green per se. The bows feel holiday-ish without overdoing it. And, the sweater is SOOOOO versatile. Fit is TTS.
Stewart Tartan holiday looks from J. Crew will always be my favorites. The pattern is SO bold, SO cute, and SO festive. Honestly, I could wear this pattern everyday during the holiday season (and beyond)! So, I’m featuring two looks below in this gorgeous pattern. The J. Crew Belted Ruffle Dress in Black Stewart Tartan is hands down one of my favorite dresses. The details are SO striking and exquisite. The ruffle trim and sleeve details are the perfect complements to a gorgeous pattern. The dress is a popover, which makes it easy to slip on. And, the styling possibilities are endless. The dress looks great with tartan shoes or with a fun, bold bow shoe! Fit is TTS! The final look in this post features the J. Crew Sophie Open-Front Sweater-Blazer in Black Stewart Tartan. This sweater is the epitome of cozy. I love the fit and the quality. I sized down from an XL to a Large, so the fit is a bit oversized in my opinion.
Here are IRL images of the looks! Photos by Samantha Moore Photography:
Bow Sweater Looks:
Stewart Tartan Looks:
And, finally, Sophie Tartan Sweater looks:
Shop the looks (affiliate links below):
Note: This post is part of a collaboration with J. Crew, but all opinions are my own.
Thanks for stopping by and have a terrific Tuesday!
really rynetta (pronounced renita)