Is it already that time of year? December alone is dedicated towards the preparation of Christmas. I can literally remember last year at the back on my mind, having prepared this year with my organised checklist to buy gifts weeks before the actual day. It’s my favorite holiday to celebrate with friends, keeping warm by the fire, having traditional food and endless drinks. I miss my family already.
No matter what item it may be, always takes gift-giving to the next level. I love receiving gifts that show special steps were taken to make this gift more than perfect for me: a hand-crafted card made with my favorite colors, a new pouch to handle my expanding collection of art supplies, or my initials stitched on a new shoes or jacket. It’s the little things that take a thoughtful gift from special to extraordinary.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m helping Cremieux tell their holiday story this Christmas. I thought what better way to keep weaving the tale than bring the story to Washington, DC for the holidays. I spend a lot of time complaining about winter weather and how cold I inevitably always am. But when it comes down to it… I actually love winter even though I love being cozy. But words cannot properly express the remarkable beauty of seeing millions of snowflakes cascading all around you, enveloping you in a blanket of white ice.
I chose four of my favorite products from the Cremieux holiday collection and let me tell you guys – these pieces are so incredible. While Cremieux certainly has products in the splurge range, I opted for a few pieces that would make any recipient smile.
This post, in particular, is showing off this Blue Plaid Iconic blazer and this incredibly Brown Sleeveless quilted vest. Both pieces upgrade the autumnal tones in my under layers so perfectly. If you’re looking for a WOW gift to give this holiday, take a stroll over to cremieux’s selections. You’ll be glad you did!
What do you think of this look? Would you wear it?
Photo by: Roland Agli
Location: Washington, DC.
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