November 24, 2016

The Last of Fall - Friendsgiving Outfit and the only Wearables to Consider before Black Friday

This year I have a lot to be thankful for. I live in a city wear diversity is not only accepted, it is celebrated. I'm spending my Thanksgiving with friends from all over the world, whose first languages are not English, and who I can learn from and laugh with and nationality and religion and race simply do not matter. This Thanksgiving, this 'Friendsgiving', I really pray that the rest of the world can soon forgive each other their differences and instead, celebrate one another as an opportunity to grow and develop as a human race. That's what Thanksgiving is really about anyways right? It's not so much about a good harvest and eating, but it's really an ode to this season of togetherness

Anyways, this is what is going through my mind as I sit down for coffee from my favorite place in the Sunset (AndyTown Coffee Roasters). Now, if you're wondering what to wear to a Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving Holiday - here are a few ideas:  

Wear something loose and comfortable like this floral romper with long sleeves. Here is one that I've been eyeballing recently and it just went on sale.


Keep jewelry simple with a statement necklace - this one (you can find it here) is my good luck charm.

The only wearables I'd recommend you gift this year... I like the Apple Watch Sport and Bella Beat Leaf for two different reasons. The Apple Watch Sport is a great way to keep track of the time, weather, and incoming phone calls without always carrying around your phone. And the Bella Beat Leaf is the only activity tracker that is cute enough to pair with any outfit. 

Add accessories like fall booties and a hat to polish of a look.

If it's chilly you can also throw on a jacket. This military-style lightweight cover will go with anything.




Try a dollop of whipped cream on your coffee instead of adding milk - it's absolutely delicious and on-brand for the holiday season.



Hope you have a great day today as you celebrate with people who make you feel happy, comfortable and grateful to be together. Happy Thanksgiving!

XO Julia



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