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Blogging Goals - 2016

Another Christmas has come and gone... and now we have 2016 to focus on. It blows my mind that an entire year has passed so quickly. So much has happened in this year, but at the same time, I'm really excited for a new year and a fresh start. My blog has grown a ton in the six months since I created it, but there's a lot that I would like to accomplish in the next year and I really would like to put more focus on Live The Prep Life as it grows. I am a huge goal setter, and I have put together a few goals that I would love to accomplish by the end of the year.

Double the amount of my followers on each social media platform // Not only do I want to grow my blog, but I want to grow Live The Prep Life as a whole, too. As of right now, I'm so close to 1,000 Instagram followers, I have about 120 Twitter followers, and my Pinterest and Bloglovin' followers are each tied at 27. (yeah. Maybe I should try to triple these two.)

Re-design my blog // The design I have now isn't horrible, but it doesn't tell you anything about who I am or what my purpose is. It doesn't scream "Brooke." It doesn't scream "Live The Prep Life." Ideally, I would like to design my blog myself, but first I have to learn HTML and CSS, so I will probably end up buying a design. Down the road, though, DIYing a design for my blog will definitely happen. It might take a while, though.

Buy a custom domain name // This kind of goes along with redesigning my blog. I really want to re-do my entire blog, and have a fresh start for 2016. I will most likely be keeping my title as Live The Prep Life, but you never know - I might completely rebrand. Whatever I do, though, by the end of the year I definitely want to be a dot com.

Become more active on Snapchat // I started doing this somewhat after Christmas, when I was sharing the gifts I got, but I would like to get to the point where I am active on there every single day. The hard part is, I mainly use my personal Snapchat, and I don't have the motivation to switch between accounts, but I hope to change that! Be sure to add me at livethepreplife if you haven't already! I promise to share fun behind-the-scenes snaps!

Do more preppy posts // I mean, my blog is titled "Live The Prep Life" after all. Leave a comment below telling me what kinds of preppy posts you want to see, because I would love to do those! I haven't done outfit posts in forever, and I really want to start doing those again, too!

Create a constant theme // Again, this one goes along with redesigning my blog. If you look at my graphics that I use for each posts, they're all over the place in terms of colors and fonts. My profile poictures vary from account to account, and the pink color scheme that I have on Twitter doesn't match the white, gray, and blues of my blog. I want people to be able to look at a graphic, font, or color, and immediately associate it with Live The Prep Life.

I am so excited to see what is in store for Live The Prep Life in 2016 and I just want to thank each and every one of you for following along and supporting me! Y'all seriously mean the world to me.

What are your blogging goals for 2016?

Favorite Christmas Movies - #galpalholiday

If you know me, you'll know that there's no hiding the fact that I have an obsession with Christmas movies. I could honestly watch them all year round, but I save them for December because they're much more magical that way. I love discovering new Christmas movies to enjoy, but there's nothing better than watching my favorites. Since we still have tonight and tomorrow before it's actually Christmas, you can bet that on both nights I'll be snuggled up in a blanket by the fireplace, hot cocoa in hand, binge-watching any of these I haven't seen this year (if not all of them!)

Favorite Christmas Movies | Live The Prep Life


There are some Christmas movies that set the bar pretty high, but I'd have to say that this one is my favorite Christmas movie of all time! I've seen this movie so many times that I can recite the majority of the quotes, but I never get tired of it. (P.S. Think you're an Elf expert? Take this quiz and comment below what your score was.)

Polar Express
This one brings back memories for sure. This was the first movie I saw in a theater, when I was two. All I remember was getting scared and wanting to leave about fifteen minutes in, but my mom says I liked it, so I obviously I had good taste in movies even back then. Flash forward to the first grade, when we had a field trip where we came to school in our pajamas, then took a ride on the "Polar Express." (Our local train.) We came back to school and watched the movie, and it was such a fun day. No homework, no finals, no stress. If only school was like this now!

Miracle on 34th Street
This one's such a classic. I've only seen it one or two times because my sisters don't have very good taste and refuse to watch black and white movies, but whatever. I like it, and I'll never get tired of watching it. It has such a good message and is so heart-warming.

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
This one's tied with Elf for the funniest on this list and is also my favorite out of all the Vacation movies. I love seeing the shenanigans that Clark Griswold and his family get into, although I get really upset whenever I see the Christmas tree burning down or the cat being electrocuted. But it all has a happy ending, so it's okay, right?!

Home Alone
The other day, I was in Target, and I got really sad when I saw a DVD that was titled Home Alone: 25th Anniversary Edition. How is this movie already 25 years old?! It's one of my all time favorites. The first time I saw this movie was actually in the summertime, but it's so much better as a Christmas movie. As much as I love this movie, I'm so glad I'm not Kevin and I'm so thankful for my family after seeing this.

How The Grinch Stole Christmas
I know many people like the cartoon, but I'm actually not a huge fan of it. I prefer the actual movie, because it has more details and expands more on the story. If you haven't seen this, but you've seen the cartoon, I highly recommend this.

What are your favorite Christmas movies?

Christmas Playlist 2015

Christmas Playlist 2015 | Live The Prep Life

I'm still in shock.... y'all, there's four days until Christmas. FOUR. DAYS. December went by so fast this year and it's been crazy (but fun.) Today, I thought it would be fun to share my favorite songs that I've been listening to on repeat all this month while I do Christmas activities, so I hope you enjoy!

Christmas Playlist 2015 | Live The Prep Life

The songs that I decided to put on here are not the only songs I listen to; if I did that my playlist would be about five pages long! I have separate playlists with all of the classics on them, but this one has more unique songs and is the one I personally listen to. If my family and I are wrapping presents or baking cookies, I will usually put on my playlist of classics or we will listen to our Michael Buble CD (I know, so old fashioned). That's the only reason I don't have any songs by him on here. If I didn't have the CD, he would dominate this playlist, because let's be real. He's the best thing to happen to Christmas music since Bing Crosby.

What are your favorite Christmas songs?

Friday Picks

If you're reading this it means you're alive... and if you're alive it means you made it through finals. I've had a lot of fun and met a lot of new friends this semester, but honestly I'm so ready for it to be over. Maybe part of that has to do with the fact that Christmas is exactly one week from today... which I'm kind of sad about. I felt like the season went by so fast this year, and although I baked at least a dozen cookies, went to quite a few parties, participated in a parade, and had breakfast with Santa, just to name a few, the fact that it's almost Christmas still hasn't hit me. In fact, I still have gifts that I have yet to buy. (Well, almost. I bought a ton this week, so at least I was somewhat productive, right?) I'm still super pumped for Christmas, though, and I can't wait for y'all to see the fun posts I have coming up next week!

As I mentioned earlier, Christmas still hasn't fully hit me yet, but maybe these tips from Maxie will help.

One last thing - I know I'm such a great blogger for putting this out at nearly midnight, (so technically these are more like Saturday picks) but it's been a heck of a day and I actually didn't get home until ten. Thanks for bearing with me and I hope you have a great weekend!

4 Simple Tips to Help You Survive Midterms

The week we've all been dreading is here... finals week. (Or midterms, or semester exams... whatever you call it, it's here.) I'm taking my finals on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and I know a lot of y'all are too, so I thought this would be the perfect time to write a sequel to my #BloggersBTS post on study tips! When I have a big test or project, I find watching videos and reading posts on study tips and hacks extremely helpful, and I hope you do too!

Study Tips For Midterms | Live The Prep Life

O N E // Take Care of Yourself
During finals week, it's so easy to forget to take care of yourself. You find yourself desperately needing to pull all-nighters while chugging a can of Red Bull to stay awake. Yeah, no. Don't do that. As much studyin you may need to do, it's so critical to go to bed at a reasonable hour so your brain can function the next morning. And while drinks loaded with caffine may keep you awake, they're definitely not the best fuel to put in your body. Stick to healthier foods that have vidamins and antioxidants so you don't feel sick and your brain is focused. (Bonus tip: studies have shown that students who drink water while taking a test have a 5% higher score than students who don't.) Also, make sure you wear comfortable clothes while taking your final. Messy bun, leggings, and UGGS all the way.

T W O // Figure Out How You Learn
Do you learn best when you see it on paper? Or does it work better for you to hear it? Or do you just need to do it yourself? After you've figured out how you learn best, check out these tips (here and here) that specifically address each learning style. Spoiler alert: I'm a visual learner. I live by highlighters and flash cards, so if you're visual too I definitely recommend using both of those.

T H R E E // Break it Down
You're not Superman. You can't do it all at once. Make a plan as to how you're going to divide your studying - work for a certain amount of time on one subject, then take a short break and move onto the next one. For a great method for making a schedule, check out this post Sara did earlier this year. Speaking of breaks - make sure you take them. You deserve it, and you don't want your brain to get too wired. In between subjects, take about ten minutes to reward yourself. Get up and walk around to get your blood flowing, check Instagram, whatever you have to do to alert your brain again.

F O U R // Know Your Exam
Well, obviously you can't know what the exact exam looks like (I wish!) but you can have a general idea. A lot of teachers will give you a study guide that has the information you need to know, as well as the exam format. And if you don't have a study guide? Just ask! Your teacher will probably be willing to explain a little bit, like if it's multiple choice, sort-answer, essay, etc. If you do have a study guide, use it! If it's full of questions, answer them, and if it just tells you the information the exam will cover, make sure you know it all. Your teacher gave you the review for a reason - don't let it go to waste.

I hope you found these tips helpful, and I wish you good luck on all of your exams this week!

What are your most helpful exam tips?

Friday Picks

Even though I'm writing this right now, I really should be working on the exam reviews that are piling up in my bedroom (but I might not get to those until Sunday night... such a procrastinator whoops.) This week has been filled with exam reviews, study guides and finishing up school projects - but it's also been filled with the Christmas spirit too! As horrible as finals are, the fact that they're surrounded by Christmas makes them almost bearable. (well, not quite, but if you say it enough it might come true!) If you had finals this week, I hope you did well and survived, and if you're taking them next week, good luck, and look out for some study tips on Monday!

2// Frannie and Caroline have the perfect holiday traditions

Thanks for reading, and I hope you have a great weekend filled with a minimal amount of studying! As you go through finals next week, keep in mind that Christmas is right around the corner, and good luck!

When are your finals?

Stocking Stuffers Under $15!

Here we are, another week into December. I like to think I put a good amount of thought into my gifts. I try to really think about what the person I am buying for would like, and not what's popular or what I might like. On the other hand, when it comes to stocking stuffers, I feel like those are more of little trifles that require less thought and are more generic based. (Does any of this make any sense to you? I really apologize if it doesn't.) Since stocking stuffers are smaller, and not the main event, people don't usually want to spend that much on the stocking stuffers. Because of that, I have kept every one of these under $15, and I think that they are all perfect picks that any girl would love to have in her stocking!

Stocking Stuffers Under $15

Personally, I'd be happy to get any of these, but my favorites are the magnets (you can also find stickers, which I LOVE), the mug, and the candle (I have this obsession which can only be judged by the size of last weekend's Bath & Body Works bag. Who else shopped the sale?!). These could work for any age, too - my younger sisters would love the nail polish and magnets, and some gifts like candles and mascara work for girls pretty much anywhere from 10 to 100.

As always, thanks for reading! If you liked this, and are searching for some inspiration on what to ask for or what to give when it comes to bigger gifts, go give my Christmas wish list a read!

What are some of your favorite stocking stuffers?

Friday Picks

3 weeks y'all... 3 weeks from today it will officially be the 25th. We just have to get through finals (study tips here) and then we can turn all attention to Christmas (as if it didn't have our full attention already!) I've already gotten into the Christmas spirit like crazy... so far this week I've seen a Christmas tree lighting, marched in a Christmas parade, baked cookies at least three times, and seen two Christmas movies (stay tuned for a post on that, too) so I guess you could say I have an obsession. (And I'm not denying it!) Anyway, I hope you enjoy these links, and you have a joy-filled weekend complete with red, white, and green!

Fixer Upper's season 3 premiered this Tuesday and I have to admit, I thought almost all of these!

What are your plans for the first December weekend?

Wishlisted: Chirstmas 2015

It's that time of year again... our Christmas tree is up, I've got Michael Buble on repeat 24/7, and ABC Family is airing its 25 Days of Christmas. Even though I got pretty much everything I've been wanting for my birthday, there are still a few items that I've been eyeing and would be thrilled to see appear under the tree come Christmas morning! I'm not asking for much because I honestly couldn't think of that much that I wanted. Yeah, sure, I could come up with a million things that I would love to have (like this 9 foot tall teddy bear. Who wouldn't want this? I've been obsessing over it lately and every time I go to Costco I'm convinced I need it. Sadly, my wallet disagrees.) but I'm not one to ask for things just for the sake of asking. Plus, I like to be surprised. To me, it's no fun if you know exactly what you're getting.

Disclaimer: Even though I didn't ask for much, I do not expect to get everything on my list AT ALL. However fun getting gifts may be, that's not what Christmas is about whatsoever and I feel very fortunate to be be blessed with such an amazing group of family and friends. They are the best gift I could ever ask for, and I love them more than anything money could ever buy.

Christmas Wish List 2015

Hunter Rain Boots in Rhodonite Pink - I'm in love with the color of these Hunter boots. Although they're a more colorful color than your traditional shoe color (black, gray, brown) I feel like I have a lot of things in my closet that would match them perfectly! (And as soon as the rainstorms started hitting Dallas about a month ago, I've come to the realization that the only winter shoes I have that can get semi-wet are my Converse - not ideal.)

Speck CandyShell Grip Phone Case I'm really cautious and concerned when it comes to dropping or breaking my phone, and I've wanted a good quality case for a while now. The one I have right now is in the process of falling apart, and it was never that cute or sturdy to begin with. I've heard from some of my friends that this case holds up really nicely, and the colors go together nicely too!

James Avery Starry Night Ear Posts - I'm getting my ears pierced soon (I've wanted to for a long time but I never got around to it) and when I saw these earrings at the store I fell in love with them. I think it's really unique how one ear is a moon and the other is a star. I've never seen anything like them before and they would go so well with the silver jewelry I already own.

Tarte Greatest Glitz Collecter's Set - Tarte is, by far, my favorite makeup brand. When they came out with this gift set at Ulta, I knew I would have to have it. It has 3 blushes, 24 eye shadows, a mascara, and a lipstick, all for under $50! I'm amazed at the value and I know this set will last me a long time.

I hope this post gave you a few ideas as to what to ask for Christmas, or gave you some gift ideas for someone else. As always, I hope you have a very merry December!

What's at the top of your Christmas list?

25 Things to do Before December 25th

In less than 24 hours, it will finally be my favorite month of the year: December. I love Christmas so much, and there are tons of traditions and activities that I do each year with my family and friends. I love discovering new Christmas traditions, so this year I've put together a Pinterest graphic containing a few of my favorite traditions for y'all to gain inspiration from. Enjoy!

Obviously these are in random order; I'm not going to make Christmas Brunch on the 17th and I'm certainly not going to wait until the 6th to pick up an Advent calendar! These are just a few ideas of some fun activities to do with your friends and family this month. I'm going to try to do as many of these as possible, and I encourage you to do it too! I'll be posting pictures of these activities on social media, so make sure you're following along and if you do any of these activities, just post pictures of them and hashtag them with #livethepreplife for the chance to be featured! Thanks for reading and I hope you all have a great December!
What are some of your favorite holiday traditions?

Friday Picks

I'm feeling mixed emotions right now, because Thanksgiving Break is coming to an end but today I'm planning on spending all day in my pajamas, decorating for Christmas which is always a good thing. Still, I had so much fun this past week and I really don't want it to end. I didn't do a Thanksgiving recap like I did for Halloween, but I did post a few pictures on Instagram, so make sure you're following me, especially because you won't want to miss out on any of my Christmas decoration pictures (and trust me, there will be plenty!).

I love Jamie and Nicole's perspectives on how gift guides turn gift giving into a chore.

41 Little Things to be Thankful For - #galpalholiday

Is anyone else having a hard time believing that tomorrow is Thanksgiving? And that Christmas is one month from today? Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, for three reasons. One, my mom and grandma are the best cooks and I know our dinner is going to be amazing. Two, I get to see a bunch of family members that I don;t get to see that often. And three, I have so much to be thankful for. Obviously, I'm thankful for the big things that God blessed me with, like God Himself, my two sweet (though annoying) little sisters, the fact that I have a roof over my head and access to food and water, and my amazing friends, just to name a few. But I'm also beyond thankful for the little things - the little things we seem to take so often for granted.

1. Cozy blankets
2. Warm hugs (I'm Olaf, if you didn't know)
3. Red and orange and yellow leaves
4. Going to church
5. Connecting with people all over the world, thanks to the power of technology
6. Taking pictures of the most random, yet wonderful things
7. Soccer
8. The moments when you laugh so hard you cry
9. Inside jokes with your best friends
10. DIY projects
11. Homemade desserts, fresh out of the oven
12. Volleyball
13. Road trips
14. Snow days
15. Good teachers - I have ones starting all the way back from 3rd grade that have made such a big impact on my life.
16. Fuzzy socks
17. Inspirational quotes
18. Pinterest - you had to see this one coming!
19. Travel
20. The fact that I am able to share my ramblings with you on my little corner of the web
21. Music
22. Childhood memories
23. Movie marathons
24. Stationery and paper goods
25. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets
26. Baking, and just cooking in general
27. The great state of Texas that I have lived in my whole life
28. Girl power #likeagirl
29. My snail mail buddies - shoutout to Katie and Samantha!
30. Nature - taking pictures of it, hiking through it, just embracing it in general
31. Outfit photoshoots - although my sister would have to disagree (but thanks for taking all those pictures!)
32. Running, because even if I hate it it makes me a better soccer player
33. Lazy mornings when you get to sleep in
34. Party planning
35. Giving back & donating to charity
36. Fancy dinners
37. Little companies that I have the privlege of supporting and working with
38. Polyvore sets
39. All-nighters
40. Disney World
41.Last, but certainly not least, #galpalholiday and the wonderful girls behind it! If you haven't already, go check out the blogs of Rachel, Cathleen, and Cristina!

This list, however long it may seem, is so short compared to the amount of little things in everyday life that we have to be thankful for. Everywhere you look, even on your worst days, there is always something to be grateful for.

What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?

A Weekend in Waco

Here's a fact you may not know about me: I have a *slight* obsession with Fixer Upper. So much of an obsession, in fact, that I actually co-own a fan account with a few of my friends and ever since the new Magnolia Market opened at the Silos I've been dying to go. Because it is finally Thanksgiving Break, which means no school for a week (!!!) my family decided to take a weekend trip down to Waco to see the Silos and do some other fun activities. We just got back last night, and it was so much fun... if you live in Texas and you haven't spent a weekend in Waco, what are you waiting for?

We got to Waco around 2:00 on Sunday, and spent most of the afternoon walking around, picnicking, and taking pictures at Cameron Park. It was so peaceful and now I really want to go back and go hiking there! If you're into hiking, they have some great trails, but we mostly stuck to the scenery (although we did a lot of walking!)

The view was insanely pretty, and unfortunately this picture doesn't even begin to capture how beautiful the view really was (even though the picture is really pretty). You'll just have to take my word for it!
You gotta love cold fronts.... including the one that came in right before we left. Thank goodness for cozy sweatshirts - and although we didn't plan it, we all ended up matching! The sunlight came through the trees at just the right moment and angle, and out of all the pictures we took at the park this one is my favorite.

There were a lot of looking points where you could look down and see the water, trees, roads - basically whatever was below.

On Monday morning, we got up early so we could fit in all we had to do before we went back to Dallas. Our plan was to get to the Silos when it opened, and we arrived right in time.

There were so many Christmas decorations and displays in the shop. It was by far my favorite part of the trip and I wanted everything! I love Chip and Joanna's style and I'm so excited about the goodies we bought. The lady checking us out said that they get customers from all over the world - the farthest she'd seen was a family from Dubai! After seeing all of the decorations and just being in the atmosphere, I can see why.

I loved seeing everything from the show and their pictures on social media in person. Now, when I see something they post or film I recognize it and it's so cool to think I might have been standing in that exact spot!

After seeing all of their gardens, I really want to plant one of my own! They had pumpkins and all of these flowers and plants that I couldn't name to save my life... but I'd love to plant them, regardless!

After the Silos, we went to Spice Village. We honestly had no idea what it was, but we'd driven by it several times and decided to stop in... well I was in love. It's basically an old warehouse room filled with little boutiques and tables that carry unique designs and brands I'd never seen anywhere else. And there's cafes and sandwich shops on the floor below, too!

Spice Village carried so many of my favorite brands - ban.do, Kate Spade, Jadelynn Brooke - and I found some new brands to love too! We picked up a couple Christmas gifts for family members and friends, as well as some goodies for ourselves, so you could definitely call the visit a success!

Our last stop before heading back to Dallas was this old suspension bridge from the 1800's. It was the right time of the day and the water was so pretty... again, these pictures don't capture it at all though.

This scarf is the coziest thing ever. It's so soft and it's become a staple for me lately. Of course, it's from Target (and so is the shirt; I have way too much stuff from Target. But that's okay, right?)

I literally have one camera pose... me standing still and smiling. If you've see my outfit posts you know that to be true... and the pictures that I'm not doing this pose are likely all candids.

I love fall. I love the colors, the cool breeze, the crunch of leaves under your feet, and this picture had all of those things. It was really chilly, I couldn't walk without jumping on leaves, and the colors? They're perfect. So basically, this tree is goals.

If you're reading this, it means you've made it to the end of this post, so congratulations! Thank you for sitting through my ramblings, and scrolling through an endless stream of pictures. It really means a lot to me. I hope you've had an amazing week so far, and I hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

Friday Picks

This week felt like the longest week ever - weeks before holiday breaks usually are, you know? I'm so glad that we've finally reached Thanksgiving Break, and I am beyond excited. I'm not going to give out any spoilers, but you should definitely stay tuned for some really fun adventures on Instagram and oodles of new blog posts next week! 

Oh, and have I mentioned? THANKSGIVING IS IN SIX DAYS AND IT'S OFFICIALLY THE HAPPIEST SEASON OF ALL IN ONE WEEK and if you couldn't tell I'm so pumped.

I cannot stress this enough: Be. Careful. Who. You. Promote.

 I've got my eye on this... and this... and I'll just have it all #obsessed

What are your plans for Thanksgiving break?

How to get Free Preppy Stickers Part Two

I've said this before and I'll say it again - I'm a sticker addict. I counted my stickers the other day and I have a grand total of 241 stickers, not counting the ones I've used. I'm not as obsessed with filling out sticker requests as I was a few months ago, (pretty much because I'm fairly sure I've filled all of them out already) but I still have so many brands that I haven't shared with y'all, and my posts about preppy stickers are by far the most popular posts on my blog, so I thought it was time to make a second installment! I hope you enjoy, and once you've filled out all of these forms go check out part one for even more free stickers!

As I said, these posts are my most popular ones, so if this is your first time reading my blog, hi! I'm Brooke. Click here to learn all about me - I hope you decide to stick around!

Most of these are either sticker forms or contact forms and are fairly straightforward. Just fill out the information in the sticker form, or if it's a contact form, just nicely request stickers and provide your address. Your stickers will be on their way! 

(Note - these forms all work as of November 2015, but may no longer work depending on when you're reading this post)

Sloane Ranger - you have to send out a SASE (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) for these, but they're some of my favorite designs and totally worth it!

Half-Moon Outfitters - Again, you have to send out a SASE. In my opinion, these aren't the cutest so I don't know if it's worth it to you to send the envelope out, but I'm glad to have them in my collection!

High Cotton Outfitters - Email them at sales@highcottonoutfitters.com

I hope you found this helpful and are on your way to a huge sticker collection! Once you get your stickers, if you post a picture on social media don't forget to tag me (@livethepreplife) so I can see! Thanks for reading!

Friday Picks

It's been a heck of a week... my band had a Veteran's Day performance that we literally had three days to put together, I've been practicing non-stop for my district band auditions next week, and to top it all off, I have three soccer games and a volleyball tournament this weekend. Fall is coming to an end (13 days until Thanksgiving, y'all!!!) and it feels like everyone is trying to cram everything in before Thanksgiving week. It's kind of crazy to think that after Thanksgiving, there's only two weeks until finals week, and then there's Christmas Break! I'm getting ahead of myself, but 2015 is almost over. How did that even happen? I could honestly ramble on and on about this, but I'm just going to go ahead and let you read these links!

My schedule is about to get hectic with the holidays coming up, so make sure you're following me on Bloglovin' so you don't miss a post!

Five Thanksgiving Outfits Perfect for Any Occasion!

Lately, I've been getting really into Polyvore. It's so fun to put together outfits and find new pieces (honestly, I kind of have an obsession) and since Thanksgiving is only two short weeks away, I've been planning lots of Thanksgiving outfits, so I thought I'd share some ideas with y'all! Whether you're going out, having a big dinner with all of your relatives, or just spending time with your immediate family, I've got you covered. I hope you enjoy these sets and pick up a little Thanksgiving inspiration, and if you like what you see go follow me!

Thanksgiving One