No snow December

Is this really December? I'm so baffled! It feels like full blown autumn still! Today was such a beautiful sunny day. This time last year, we already had our first snowfall. I always really want snow for Christmas, but as soon as Christmas is over, it can go back to this weather. I can't complain though! We usually have brutal winters, so I should enjoy this while it lasts, right?

I just picked up a bunch of new tights from Target. I found this little end-cap with a ton of rolled up tights in all sorts of colors. If you guys see those in your local Target, you should honestly pick them up. I bought a small/medium and they fit so perfect and are really comfortable. I even accidentally got my nail caught in them today and they didn't snag at all. Definitely my favorite so far, especially in so many colors. These red-orange ones (look a little more red in these photos...) were my favorite. I also bought dark green for an upcoming holiday party!

This top is going around the Delightful Dozen! It belongs to my dear friend, Veronika of Tick Tock Vintage. We'll do a recap post on the DD blog soon with the different stylings. Also in other news, I just opened up my "Shop my Closet" again. I was doing it manually for a while on my Google site, but it was so much work so I got burnt out. Now I opened a Goodsie and it only took me a couple of hours to get everything listed. Awesome! Check it out!

I had a vacation day today and I have one tomorrow too... so I have a nice long weekend! It's been nice to get caught up a little bit at home. I organized my closet, worked on the shop and ran a bunch of errands. We have our huge 5th annual Christmas party this weekend and then my work party on Sunday! So next week, I'll have some holiday looks for you! Also, thanks to everyone who has entered my 12 Days of Giveaways so far. Such an amazing response - I'm overwhelmed!


Outfit details:

Mustard cardigan c/o AGAR
Forever 21 floral skirt
Black satin top via Delightful Dozen
Target Orange-red tights
LuLu*s Oxford heels