Today is December 30th, which means there is only one day left to the year and also to Dressember. When I started this crazy month of dresses, I thought there would be days where I cheated, or maybe that I would run out of dresses. Surprisingly, other than a long-shirt-that-counts-as-a-dress incident on day 9, I’ve worn a dress or a skirt every day! I even have dresses left over!
This is my Minnie Mouse look.
I was going last-minute shopping so I opted for a black dress as my coat was pink and my boots were beige. I felt if I added more colour, I might look like Rainbow Brite.
When I was little, I would always get a new outfit to wear on Christmas eve. I like having a new dress to wear even now that I’m an adult. It brings back some of the Christmas magic.
I wanted something colourful and comfortable for Christmas day, so I “winterized” this dress with black tights and a black ribbon belt.
Day after Christmas poker game. I didn’t win, but I looked pretty!
Perfectly comfortable outfit to watch a full mini-series with my mom. Holidays are awesome! Also, there was a snowstorm, so I wasn’t going anywhere.
Super comfortable skirt. I thought I would miss spending the days between Christmas and New Year’s in my pyjamas, but this is just as comfy!
I don’t usually wear patterned tights. I like them on other people, but I always feel like my legs stretch out the patterns. I’ve had these forever and I figured Dressember was the perfect time to try them out.
This dress is a little fancy for an afternoon of browsing at a bookstore with a latte and a friend, but I don’t have that many dresses left to choose from!
Only one more dress to go!
Check out more dresses on ModaMama’s link-up!
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Love day 25’s dress! Did you see my recent post where I confessed to a complete dress addiction?
Thanks! I call it my Sex and the City dress because I think it’s something Carrie Bradshaw would wear!
I did see your post and I thought to myself “She should be doing Dressember too!” It’s too bad we don’t live closer to each other, we could have a dress swap!