Santa baby

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21 December 2011
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Just in case his elves missed anything, I played Santa's Little Helper myself this weekend and took a Sunday to do some relaxed holiday shopping. 

I felt positively festive in my green sweater and red hat. 

Lucky for me, I don't have to live at the North Pole, and I can shop online.  Love those modern conveniences. 

My inner elf was channeling Alexa Chung, with my blouse buttoned all the way up, skinny jeans, and flats. 

I can never resist a pop of color. I loved how the magenta flats complimented the green and played off the red in my hat. 

A great, easy weekend outfit. Perfect for lounging before I ran out to get our small, potted Christmas tree! Now, time to see how many lights and ornaments its little branches can support... 

Jacket and Cardigan and Shoes: J.Crew /

Shirt: American Apparel /

Jeans and Hat: Madewell /

Sunglasses: Cutler and Gross /  

Lipstick: Nars Heat Wave 

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