Today’s blog post is alllll about his and hers style for the holidays. I’m not exactly suggesting that a matchy matchy look is the way to go, but it’s always nice to have a coordinated look — especially when the cameras are out! Today I teamed up with Shoe Carnival to share a few tips for both his and hers holiday style.
Both of us are definitely what you’d consider to be more of a casual couple — jeans, cozy flannel, a pair of good boots and we’re happy. While the holidays definitely require a bit more of a polished look, I still firmly believe that comfort is key.
I personally feel that if you put together a look based on one of your favorite pieces, you can’t go wrong. In my case, it’s this oversized, boho blanket coat. Seriously, it feels like everything I pair with it automatically feels way more chic! I’m also a huge fan of boots, especially tall boots like these Solanz riding boots. The bit of tan at the top helps to define my legs, while also adding a bit of texture and visual interest to the overall look. Plus, good news: these boots also come in extended calf sizes.
As for Sean, he’s definitely more of a button-down kind of guy, particularly when it involves flannel! He swapped out normal blue jeans for black pants which feels a bit less casual. These Dr. Martin boots provided a great finishing touch that feels a bit fancier than sneakers, but is still just as comfortable.
Both of these looks were perfect for walking the dogs around the neighborhood and then doing a bit of Christmas decorating.
Also, Shoe Carnival is having the Super Holiday Weekend Sale in stores from December 3-6. Click here to find the nearest store or shop online.
Enjoy $20 off your purchase of $99.98 or more (before taxes and shipping). Valid online and in store. Online enter SUPER20 at checkout.
Buy one pair of shoes, get the second pair of shoes of equal or less value 1/2 off!
Stay tuned for two more posts all about holiday style with Shoe Carnival!
photography by Belathée Photography.
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