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JINGLE ALL THE WAY

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Add a little “Jingle” to your wardrobe during the holidays. What do I mean by “Jingle?” How about something like glittery shoes or a sequined skirt? What about a gold lamé gown or green velvet palazzo pants or a shimmery red dress? Or sparkly earrings and black evening gloves? Or a silver metallic clutch? Even a vintage fur stole! I believe that you define your own “Jingle.”

The holidays are a great opportunity to take some style risks and bring your “Jingle” out.

Here are some of my favorite looks for a black tie event to a casual dinner party.


In general, people don’t take the time to dress up anymore. Things have become so casual – too casual in my opinion. I love getting all dressed up.

I often think I was born in the wrong era, as you can see by my outfit above. Note the vintage fur stole and long, black evening gloves.

One of my favorite dressy looks is my black tuxedo suit. It’s always chic, no matter what you pair with it. Every girl should own one!

If you don’t want to dress up, why not add something festive and fun to your look, like this green satin top with gem embellishments and leopard pumps?

Or a colorful, sheer duster with a gold embroidered velvet tie? Or what about embracing a more casual, festive look with a tee shirt and purple velvet shoes?

I hope to “Jingle All The Way” through the holidays, bringing a little lightheartedness and cheer to myself and everyone around me. There’s so much to celebrate, and adding “Jingle” helps remind me of that.

So, my advice?

Find YOUR “Jingle!”


7 Comments

  • Reply LA CONTESSA December 1, 2017 at 8:55 am

    I was in ZARA and HM yesterday and thought of YOU!I saw those GLOVE BOOTS!!!!!!NOT CHEAP!
    ZARA had some GREAT LOOKING SHOES!I thought to MYSELF CHERIE would LOVE THOSE and I had THAT thought a few times!
    FUNNY……..I have ALWAYS thought I was born in the wrong ERA AS WELL………
    I think CALIFORNIA is probably the worst for DRESSING UP!
    Well, you ROCK the SEASON……….hope you have a FEW PARTIES to ATTEND!
    BE SURE to SEE BRENDA WELCH over on my BLOG THIS WEEK!
    WHAT A LIFE SHE HAS HAD!
    XX

    • Reply Cherie James December 3, 2017 at 6:45 pm

      Thank you Contessa. I know you have said that California is too casual for you. It’s ok, you make up for that all on your own with your wonderfully unique style. XO cherie

  • Reply Brenda Coffee December 1, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    You bring spice and joy to the outfits you put together, and I love that. It takes courage to dress differently. I think about the women, like you, I’ve met online who step outside the box when they get dressed. You inspire me! Just when I think I’ll keep being “so put together, Jan,” I see you or La Contessa wearing something fun and I go back into my closet and get creative. Keep those ideas coming, my friend! xoxox, Brenda

    • Reply Cherie James December 3, 2017 at 6:47 pm

      Thank you Brenda, it’s so nice that you are inspired. The fact that you want to start dressing outside the box is all the courage you need. XO cherie

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    Reply 1010 Park Place December 3, 2017 at 9:52 pm

    Thank you! I was in my closet this afternoon, looking for a jingly outfit. Got sidetracked and heartbroken when I discovered the moths had gotten to a sweater dress I LOVE!! Other than moth balls… ugh, cedar planks and lavender don’t seem to work. Any ideas?

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    Reply 1010 Park Place December 3, 2017 at 9:52 pm

    Thank you! I was in my closet this afternoon, looking for a jingly outfit. Got sidetracked and heartbroken when I discovered the moths had gotten to a sweater dress I LOVE!! Other than moth balls… ugh, cedar planks and lavender don’t seem to work. Any ideas?

    • Reply Cherie James December 7, 2017 at 4:18 pm

      I wish I did Brenda, but I don’t. I have lost many a loved sweater to the pesky things!

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