Holiday Outfit Idea: Red Pintucked Pants + Fuzzy Sweater + Festive Home Decor

Can you believe that there are only fifteen days until Christmas? It certainly feels like the holidays here in Seattle with crisp, freezing cold days and plenty of festive decor. One of my family's seasonal traditions is to attend the Holiday Pops show at the Seattle Symphony, and we very much enjoyed this weekend's performance. I always like to create a holiday-worthy outfit for this annual tradition, and this year I chose these red pintucked pants, a luxurious fuzzy sweater, and nude pumps. If you follow my blog, you know that I happily wear red all throughout the year. However, it feels especially festive and appropriate during the holidays! Please read on for more photos, outfit links, as well as some holiday home decor inspiration with the fourth installment of this year's Holiday Series collaboration.

Pintucked Pants: exact here
Fuzzy Sweater: exact here
Trench Coat: current style here
Pumps: exact here
Clutch: exact style current colors here or here

Today is also the fourth installment of this year's holiday series led by Ada of Elegance and Mommyhood! The theme of today's post is holiday home decor, so I want to show you how my husband and I decorate for the holidays. While we do not decorate the entire house, we dedicate one corner of our living room to a festive Christmas tree (my husband picked the theme). I just love how it lights up the room and really makes our house feel like the holidays are near! On the weekends, I just love sitting on the couch with a blanket and a cup of coffee to watch my favorite Christmas movie (The Holiday).

Amber's Home
Avec Amber "We have a small space, but we like to dedicate one corner of our living room to a Christmas tree and festive decor! My husband picked the theme, it is so much fun to set up, and it really makes our home feel like the holidays have arrived."

I Do deClaire "It’s our first Christmas in our new home and we’ve been having lots of fun for putting up decorations and buying new ones! I seem to add a few more decorations each year and already have plans for things I want to decorate next year. Happy holidays from our family to yours!"

Ada's Home
Elegance and Mommyhood: "I love decorating for Christmas but I have been so busy this year, even the decor I did was done in the course of three days. The last 3 years I have been putting up 2 trees downstairs (living room and dining room) as well as a tiny tree for Vivian in her room. This year we stuck to our evergreen 7 feet faux tree and I did it all in red and white with rustic touches like the burlap "Happy Holidays" ribbon and all the burlap and felt ornaments. I added lots of sprigs, picks and decorative branches to the tree this year and I love the 3D effect they created. There are a variety of ornaments but many red+white poinsettia flowers throughout. I love how it looks!"

Roxanne's Home
Glass of Glam: "I decorate for Hanukkah with blue and white decorations and love to display my menorahs!"

Chrissy's Home
Granola and Grace: "If you told me last Christmas that the next Christmas our family would be living near the Gulf of Mexico, I’d have laughed and said, “you’re crazy.”  Well, as of July we are now residents of Florida and I am excited to decorate our new home. However, this will not be the home tour I originally planned for.  Come on over to see our typical Family Adventures!"

Linda's Home 
A Labour of Life"I am a Christmas Crazy Lady.  Decorating happens all through the house leaving not a room untouched. It is not a quick process but it is a fun one.  I usually start on November 12th.  Mt Pink living room tree is always first.  This year we have four tress throughout the house.  Two theme tress and two fun traditional trees.  Come take a look and see how we do Christmas in Canada."

I hope that you find some holiday decor inspiration from all of the lovely ladies in today's collaboration, visit their blogs, and follow them for more style ideas all throughout the year. How have you decorated your home for the holiday season? Thank you for visiting my blog today, and I hope you have a wonderful week!


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