Fashion

Unlock your holiday spirit with our clothing gift guide

words by: Natasha Marsh
Dec 24, 2020

Judgements aside, it’s been a bit hard to find holiday cheer this year. Between COVID-19 numbers continuously on the rise, unemployment at new highs and minimized social calendars – there’s a lot more grinches this year. And we don’t blame you. One thing that always makes us cheer up, is a good outfit. It’s like the saying goes: when you look good, you feel good. Ahead, we share our favorite pieces that are destined to spark some joy for the holidays and beyond.

 

Banana Republic Trapper Hat ($29)

This year, we’re all about creating feelings of escapism from all the drama that occurred this year. And what better way to do that than with a hat that makes you feeling like your vacationing at a ski resort – specifically when traveling isn’t a thing right not.

adidas Sportswear Badge of Sport Sweat Pants ($55)

Update your tired, daily sweatpants.

Madewell Two-Pack Rainbow Flecked Anklet Socks ($13.50)

While we shelter-in-place and think of all the cozy options to make working from home easier, let us not forget about our feet.

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LV8 ($110)

Brighten your mood with a fresh pair of kicks.

Everlane The Cashmere Scarf ($98)

During the colder months, it’s important to have a piece that adds the right about of pop to an outfit. We get it, you won’t be going outside much but when you do – bundle up in style.

Topshop Skinny Stretch Jeans ($60)

Jeans have started to feel like the ghost of Christmas past. But don’t give up on them too easily. A good pair of jeans shows off all the right assets and this stretchy one s as comfortable as it is chic.

Zoom fatigue is real. But it doesn’t have to be as bad if you look good while doing it. This shirt combines two hot trends, patchwork and corduroy, beautifully to bring a durably yet stylish shirt.

Calvin Klien CK EVERYONE Eau De Toilette ($64)

Admittedly, we are sick of the smell of hand sanitizer too.