You guys, Thanksgiving is literally TOMORROW and I seriously cannot contain my excitement. Not only do I love the chance to spend time with loved ones and reflect oneverything that I'm grateful for, but it also means that in a mere 48 hours I get to jump in head first to a full month of non-stop Christmas celebration! The holiday season is probably one of my favorite cold-weather times of year to dress for because I feel like it's totally acceptable to layer on layers on layers and make your outfit as festive as you wish without it looking too out of place. ;D The outfit for this week's #bloggersFALLfor trend is honestly one of my go-to's to wear around this time of year because it fits so well into the above qualifications!! Plus for any of my nursing mamas out there this is actually a nursing friendly outfit that can be worn and not freeze you from the inside out while feeding your baby because the majority of you can still be covered! Chambray is in my opinion one of the BEST staple items to have in your closet full of clothes, so much that mine actually stays in my closet all year round instead of getting switched out with the seasons. I love a chambray with white jeans or bright colored shorts in the warm months, but in the colder months I am all about layering it with sweaters, vests, and scarves. It's been weirdly cold in Louisville as of late, so this outfit got layered with all of the above. :) I so hope that everyone has the BEST of Thanksgivings with family and loved ones!! May your hearts be grateful, your tummy's well fed, and your holiday style on point. ;D Also, be sure to check out how all of my lovely blogger friends styled their own chambray looks below and give their blogs some love! This will be the last week in our #bloggersFALLfor series, but the friendships made with these sweet girls are long lasting! I love that blogging gives me the chance to interact with and meet such amazing women every day! I'm definitely grateful for all of the opportunities! Cheers!
I'm Chelsea. I'm a wife, mommy, photographer, and lover of life's little adventures. Join me here to celebrate the beautiful things in people and life.