Guys, in exactly 1 week it will be Christmas Day! Can you believe it? With only two gifts left to purchase, we’ve turned our attention to baking and stocking stuffers. In case you’re new to Fleurdille, I am constantly adding stocking stuffer ideas to my gift guide section on my blog. So, be sure to check back from time to time for more inspiration. We got all the stocking stuffers for the girls last week and are just focusing on each other now, which is so fun! My husband’s favorite place to get stocking stuffers is World Market. It’s kind of funny because he will spend hours (literally) shopping for stocking stuffers there.
Once all our shopping is complete and the baking is finished, we get to turn our attention to what we’re going to wear for all the festivities. As y’all know, we flip flop holidays with my parents and Travis’s parents. This year we’re here in Dallas with Trav’s family and we’re pumped. People always ask us when we will stay put in our own home and stop traveling for the holiday, but truth be told, we love it. We love getting to celebrate Christmas with lots of people and we get two different kinds of Christmases between the two families. When we’re with my family it’s just my immediate family. Christmas Day is often spent almost entirely in our PJs, too. It’s super fun!
When we celebrate with the Cobbs family, we get to celebrate with the whole extended family. They have lots of traditions, which makes for several outfit changes (my dream). We always start the celebrations with lunch on Christmas Eve day at Neiman Marcus and then Christmas Eve service. This is fun because we get to get all dressed up. The outfit in today’s post is a great option for those dressier events. This is also the part where the girls will wear their Christmas dresses (currently on SALE) from Janie and Jack.
Then we return home for a laid back evening of Christmas movies, chili, and eventually decorating cookies with my little family of 4. This is the part where we get to changes into our comfy clothes. We typically wear jeans and sweaters and the girls wear dresses (no shock there, haha). Then Christmas morning we wake to open presents with our family of 4, and then pack and head up to north Dallas to celebrate with the rest of the family. On Christmas Day we like to look nice, but be comfortable too. So again, jeans and a sweater or nice top. I’m thinking I’ll probably wear this top on Christmas Day.
But enough about me, how does your family usually celebrate the holidays? Do you guys stay in comfies all day or dress to the nines? No matter your style of celebration, I’ve rounded up my favorite Christmas Day attire for any and every celebration! So, happy shopping and definitely let me know how you celebrate in the comments!
photography: fort lion studio