Time to Sparkle

Ever since I was really young, there has always been a wonderment that comes along with the Christmas season. My curiosity was enough, that I would sneak down the stairs on Christmas Eve, avoiding all of the steps that creaked of course, just to see if I could spot the traces of Santa Claus.





This Christmas season will be no different for me and I am so excited to spend time with my friends and family. As the third and final part of the Holiday series for WGSAY, I bring to you this gorgeous vintage cobalt blue dress. The House of Findings is truly a fabulous vault of time pieces that fit for so many occasions. If you haven't had the chance to read the previous holiday posts, featuring more from  THOF, click HERE and HERE. Make sure to "like" them on Facebook too, HERE






Okay, so maybe you can't wear this Christmas morning opening presents, but if you want to feel like an  opulent princess while tearing off that wrapping paper, then please be my guest. This gown is one of the most beautiful things I have ever worn and the detailing is exquisite. 






Aside from the Christmas holiday, this could also function for New Years Eve at an elegant black tie event. Don't have that type of thing to go to? How about recreating the look in your own way? All you need is curled hair pulled to one side, a red lip, something sparkly and a chic shoe. And trust me, when you sparkle, you are going to shine. Stop the show and get everyone's attention in something like this stunning gown.







The holiday season is a lot of parties, pictures being taken, dressing up, and maybe even getting a little peck under the mistletoe from that special someone. For all of that, you're going to want to look great and feel great. Make it easier on yourself by choosing versatile pieces that you can wear and style multiple times throughout the holiday season. That way, you can enjoy what is really important this time of year, like moments with your family. 







Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to you all!

Greyfully Yours,
K