Sunday Style Wrap Up…

Hey my friends!

Happy Sunday evening…

So I know some of you are still deciding what to wear New Year’s Eve. Below are a few looks that can be worn no matter the type of event you’re attending. It’s more about how you’re feeling. You’re personal style.

The Sequin Romper with Peep Toe Booties

The Faux Fur Crop Top with Tulle Skirt

The Sequin Full Length Dress

The Mini Dress with Over-the-knee Boots

The Sequin Mini Dress

The Sherpa Dress with Over-the-knee Boots

Whatever you wear, make sure you have a Safe, Healthy and Happy New Year šŸ’‹

Blogmas #25: Merry Christmas šŸŽ

Wishing you and your family a very healthy, safe and Merry Christmas šŸ’‹

Blogmas #24: Why do we give Christmas Gifts? šŸŽ

Hey my friends!

It’s Christmas Eve ya’ll…

So do you know the meaning behind giving presents at Christmastime?

Well let’s first start with the meaning of Christmas. We celebrate Christmas because it is a celebration of the birth of Christ (Jesus). Giving of the presents during Christmas symbolizes the Three Wise Men (Three Kings) presenting baby Jesus with gifts.

So when you give gifts to your family and friends, remember it means more than just buying someone a gift they want.

Until next time, night night šŸ’‹

Blogmas #23: How to Have a Stress-free Christmas Day šŸ˜³

Hey my friends!

I know with Christmas being less than 2 days away, the stress and anxiety is building up.

Try not to stress too much. Here are a few tips I have to help alleviate a stressful Christmas day:

  1. Make a list – Write down all the things you need to do now. Don’t wait until the night before or the morning of to decide what you want to do.
  2. Delegate responsibilities – if you have people that can assist you, please utilize their services. Don’t try to take on everything by yourself. And don’t wait til the day of to ask for help.
  3. Menu planning – it is important to plan your meal. You need to know how much to make and what items you are making. If there are people planning on bringing a dish, find out what it is. You don’t want multiple dishes of the same food item.
  4. Prepare food in advance – try to prepare as many dishes as you can in advance. Sometimes we think because an item is easy to prepare, we can just make them the motning of Christmas. Believe me, if it’s easy and it’s not an item that is better the day of the meal, make it ahead of time. You can also prepare a casserole, don’t bake it, but instead put it in the refrigerator. The morning of your dinner, just pop it in the oven. This saves you tons of time and alleviates some unnecessary stress.
  5. Refrigerator space – this seems like a no brainer, but you’ll be surprised how many times someone has had an event and have no space to store the leftover food.
  6. Pick out your attire – one of my most stressful parts of hosting, is having your guests arrive and you’re not dressed at all! My suggestion is to lay your outfit out the day before. Decide how you want to do your hair and/or makeup by laying out all the products you need. And if you followed steps 1 through 5, you’ll have ample time to beautify yourself.

Until next time, night night šŸ’‹

Blogmas #22: My Top 5 Favorite Christmas Songs šŸŽ¶

Hey my friends!

Have you been loving the Christmas music playing on the radio stations as much as I have? I’m going to miss singing along to all the Christmas tunes.

What are some of your favorite Christmas songs? These are my top 5 favorite Christmas songs:

Wonderful Christmastime by Paul McCartney

Baby it’s Cold Outside by Dean Martin

Santa Baby by Eartha Kitt

All I Want for Christmas by Mariah Carey

And last but not least, my favorite Christmas song….

Rocking Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee

I would love to hear some of your favorite Christmas songs.

Until next time, night night šŸ’‹