I recently picked up this cutout choker sweater dress in grey and it’s the perfect go-to for the season. It’s cozy with an interesting neckline and the short hemline makes it perfect to pair with over-the-knee boots. Unfortunately my exact dress has limited sizes but if they happen to be yours, grab it because it’s now on super sale and comes in pink!
I found an almost identical style that comes in a darker grey and cream color and then a few black options here, here and here. I also like this plum Nicole Miller version with tie sleeves and this hunter green dress, which would both be pretty for the holidays.
I wore this outfit to the 30th Annual Champagne Cascade at The Brown Palace this past weekend. Scott and I had brunch with friends before heading to the festive kick off to the holidays. As those of you who read my blog know, I love a good glass of bubbles so this event which includes a two-story champagne tower and master swordsmen sabering magnum bottles of bubbly is hard for a champagne-lover like me to pass up. For more on the event check out this post from the first time I attended.
The choker cutout style makes a statement and can really update your sweater selection. This Vince Camuto sweater with side slits comes in five colors, this chunky sweater looks so comfortable, and this oversized sweatshirt is the perfect for holiday lounging and casual looks. To dress the trend up a little more try this sparkling Michael Kors metallic top or this ruffle-sleeve choker cutout top in black or floral.
To say I’m loving my OTK boots is an understatement. This pair is currently on sale and in stock in a lot of sizes. They also come in a grey color that I’m considering picking up as well! And for anyone looking for a classic black crossbody varying styles of my Rebecca Minkoff jumbo can be found here, here and here.
We’re kicking off Thanksgiving weekend tonight by treating my dad to a steak dinner for all of his help finding (and getting us settled into) our new home! Then I’m going to wake up early to watch the parade and start cooking. I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving (preferably with a side of bubbly)!