by Danisha LaShae
Hey everyone, it’s that time of the year! Holiday season! While people are scurrying around trying to get last minute items for Thanksgiving dinner or even doing a little early Christmas shopping, I’m just trying to figure out what I’m going to wear. I know I know, that could sound a tad shallow, but hey, you and I know a lot of family pictures come with the holiday territory, so why would you want to look drab when you could look fab? You know I have your back with a few glam outfit ideas. As I always say, you can thank me later.
Now, I can’t take all the credit for this look. I was scrolling through the many Youtubers I watch, and one of the girls did an #OOTN (outfit of the night) video with an outfit similar to this. It looked so laid back and casual. The fur vest and leopard print shorts spices it up. I never realized how gorgeous leopard was against a rustic color like this orange blouse. Trust me, you’re not alone — I’m creating a shopping list too.
If you recreate this look you’ve got to hashtag, Tweet, Instagram, or Facebook share this outfit and mention myself (Instagram: DanishaLashae) or Downtown Orlando Fashion Week. Be aware that you might get a few side eyes from the girl that wishes she owned the jacket. I know I would! I was giving the computer screen the side eye when I saw it. This isn’t a day outfit, but it’s great for an evening holiday party or even New Years; and the panel leggings add that wow factor.
And you know I had to save the best for last. So far I gave you holiday casual and holiday glam, now I’m giving you holiday edge. This is all types of cool and fall inspired. You have your faux leather, tribal print, and studs. What more can you ask for?
I pray everyone has a wonderful holiday. Be fashionable, but don’t forget the true meaning of the holiday season. Until next time!
About the Author:
Hi, my name is Danisha Lashae, and I’m the face of www.lawabidingfashion.com. I’m a girl from a small town living out big dreams with a passion for law and fashion, with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology. While on this life journey, I express my emotions through fashion, mixing colors diving headfirst into trends. Do I abide by the laws of fashion? Never. Guilty as charged. But who wants to be boring? I’ve joined forces with Over The Top Photography as a wardrobe stylist, and also have participated in a couple of photo shoots as well.
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