Last Minute Holiday Outfit

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Dress: Tobi / Jacket: BlankNYC / Bag: Rebecca Minkoff / Shoes: Sam Edelman / Sunglasses: Celine

Looking for last minute holiday outfit inspo. Well you don't need to look to far because I have all things holiday looks! 
I received this cozy red sweater dress from an online store called Tobi. Everything on there site is super affordable and fashionable. I highly recommend you guys to check it out! 

Anyways, this dress is a perfect causal holiday outfit. To tell the truth it's so comfy. After Adrian and I finished shooting this look, I just lounged around the house in it. The one thing that I personally love this dress is that you can wear it three different ways. One way you can wear it is off the shoulder. Another way is the new way to wear off the shoulder, one shoulder is covered and the other shoulder is bare. That was the way I styled it!  Lastly, you can wear it normal with both of your shoulders covered. 
I paired it with a leather jacket that I think ties the whole look together! I went with my fringe Sam Edelman fringe bootie to add a fun festive look to the outfit.

If you follow me on Instagram, you can see that I am in New Orleans. Most of the time for the holidays I spend it with my family. During Christmas we have so many traditions that we love to do together. One of those traditions that we love to do is going to tea at Windsor Court New Orleans. If you are ever in New Orleans, that place is one of the best places to go for tea especially during the holidays! We love to dress up and spend the day with one another. 
Another tradition we love to do is go see the Christmas lights. There are so many places to go from Christmas in the Oaks to the Roosevelt hotel.  Usually around this time, we started decorating our own house. We put the tree up and after we have hot coco. On Christmas day, we go to church and have a family lunch. A couple of hours later, we go see our relatives. 

Do you guys have any holiday traditions? If so, I would love to hear about them in the comment section below! 

Thanks for stopping by! 
Happy Holidays