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There's something so classy about a high straight pony, a bold red lip, and a pair of flares that make your legs look miles long.


I wore this tuxedo jacket on New Years Eve (here) and I must say, it's one of the most comfortable jackets I own. 1. I own a LOT of jackets. and 2. You wouldn't think so because of the sequins.
Usually, I'm very hesitant with sequin sleeved jackets because sometimes it's a hit or miss. Most of the ones I come across are itchy and even though they may look pretty, they just aren't comfortable. This one is a winner. 

I headed to downtown Raleigh with my sister post-Christmas and a lot of people stopped me on the street gushing about this jacket, so you can say that I really was stopping traffic left and right. 

What's your take on sequins after the holidays? Yes? No?
I say, it's more so how you choose to style it. For the holidays, I like to go all out because there's nothing like wanting to shiiiiine and end the year on a sparkly note. But my key tip with wearing sequins on a regular day is to dress it down. Pair your sequin skirt with a tee. Just because the holidays are over doesn't mean you have to stash your sequins away until the holiday season. 

... what's that? Did I hear Valentine's Day was coming?
Oh okay. I guess wearing sequins for Singles Awareness Day works too. 
You know, since you're the single STAR, after all... 

That's another blog post for another day.

Have a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by!

Wearing: turtleneck top: Zara (back in stock and ON SALE) | blazer: ℅ Irisie (only $23!) | pants: Express (sold out) similar here + here | earrings: ℅ BaubleBar | bag: ℅ Coach |  sunglasses: CĂ©line (on MAJOR SALE!) | booties: Steve Madden | ring: ℅ Kendra Scott | lipstick: Rimmel Lasting by Kate Moss '11' |

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Thank you to Coach for partnering on this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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