Tina, here.

Seems a lot of us will be holiday'ing at home this year. Let's make the most of it and embrace cheerful, if not sometimes silly, Christmas sweaters. I broke the seal with this Kate Spade Christmas sweater I bought several years ago at a consignment store. What did it for me is, in addition to being the name of my favorite Grease character (close enough, anyway) and a great holiday refrain, it's also my initials. Being a Southerner, I had to have it. You hear me talk about "building a case" for a purchase, and that's how I did it. Just to drag this out even further, I would normally never be able to build a case for a sweater you'd wear maybe twice a year. The cost per wear just doesn't justify it. But this one had a few more checks in the right column to push me over the edge. And this year, if there ever were a year to wear something that makes you and your family laugh and smile, this is it, even if it's a bit more than you would spend.

So, here are a few of my favorite Christmas sweaters.

Just to illustrate my point, here I am wearing the sweater on this blog in 2015.

 

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And while we're at it, here I am wearing the same skirt in 2017, below. I've actually worn it A LOT on this blog but I have like 45638 pictures from blogging for 10 years and just didn't go through them all to find more. 😆 Notably, I'm also wearing the same shoes from the 2015 post.

But back to this year, the year of our discontent, dig deep to find your reason to wear something slightly fun or silly, at least merry, this holiday, even if you're at home!

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Happy shopping and Merry Merry!

Tina

 

 

 

 

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