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Holiday Blues

Holiday Blues

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year, not only because it’s the ultimate excuse eat to my heart’s content, but it’s the official kick-off to the holiday season.  Whether you enjoy braving the crowds on Black Friday, or prefer the blue solitude of your computer on Cyber Monday, I’ve got something in store (quite literally), for you.


Beginning today, and over the next several weeks, I’m going to be offering YOU (yes, you!) Haute House Flower-exclusive  giveaways and discounts on some of my most coveted fashion, jewelry, accessory, beauty, and tech items.  How can you make sure you don’t miss a thing? Be sure to subscribe to this blog if you haven’t already, follow me on Instagram, as well as on my other social media platforms, so you’re eligible for all of these special offers! 


I don’t know a better way to jump head first into holiday cheer, than with this H&M confection of a dress.  Graciously forgiving, yet quietly shimmering with drama, this strapless number is the ideal (and affordable!) choice for those of you worrying what to wear to a fancier Thanksgiving feast. This year, we’ll be going to my boyfriend’s family’s house for Thanksgiving, and will actually be having a more low-key holiday. I’ll be seeing my family the following weekend, when they come down to visit from Northern California. I can’t wait to spend quality time with family and friends.





 What are your Thanksgiving plans, and what will you be wearing this year? Tell me in the comments section below!


Dress: H&M


Sunglasses: Marc Jacobs [sold out, but similar here]

Clutch: Dareen Hakim

Shoes: Zara


Earrings: Forever 21

Watch: Movado

Ring: David Yurman


Taylor Cole Photography

“What a swell party this is…What clothes, quel chic. What pearls, they’re the peak! What glamour, what cheer! This will simply slay you, dear. “

*Well, Did You Evah? By Cole Porter*


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