Christmas officially begins on the '-ber' months: September, October, November, December - not to mention January and February, because of the frigid cold retained by those months.
To start, Christmas fashion is defined by the word 'simple'. Yes, simple. On Christmas, it's considered a fashion blunder to be walking on the street sporting clothes that have a rainbow of colors. A technicolor of dress colors is simply too 'blah' for Christmas, because the happiness has already set in this season - there's no need to make people happy, because they already are. The fashion law states that whenever the hazy seasons - like summer, autumn, & spring - start blemishing the atmosphere, that's the only time wearing our colorful dresses are considered fashionable.
People moan and groan about the cold, winter months but I happen to enjoy the process of bundling up.
Along with my love of curling up on the couch with a warm blanket, a cup of hot chocolate and a festive movie, I love putting on a warm coat and scarf to brace the crisp, icy winds.
I consider this Nine West coat to be the love child of a winter coat and a fall sweater since the sleeves are tight and knitted while the body is boxy and wooly. And while I'm not usually one for a boxy jacket, I like how this one really allows me to bundle and layer. I can wear it on those days that don't command the heaviest coat and layer it up when the temperatures really dip.
- Hair Category: Casual
- Hair Length: Long
- Hair Elasticity: Wavy
- Gender: Women
- Face Shape: Round, Oval, Heart, and Triangular
- Hair Density: Thin/Medium
- Hair Texture: Fine/Medium
- Age: Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, and 41 - 50
- Height: Any
- Weight: Thin/Average/Large
- Glasses: Suits with and without
Pinch the ends and drag the hair forward to create a messy and textured finish.