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Wearing:// Top: Nordstrom, Pants: The Kooples (Paige Denim), Shoes: Minelli (Jeffrey Campbell), Bag: Juicy Couture 

The night before any break starts is one that involves packing, Netflix, "What are your break plans?" small talk, and little to no regard for the few classes we have the next day. Initially, the two weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas break seemed undeniably daunting- but somehow it is already the night before vacation and I couldn't be any happier. Tonight, the senior class will do its annual Christmas Caroling with some Chick-fil-A and Klondike bars to ring in some holiday spirit. In just a few days, I'll find my self basking in my sunburn on the beaches of Saint Lucia, de-stressing from the insanity that is senior year. After the Christmas cheer has subsided, we will all be welcoming the new year- 2016- the year in which I graduate!!! High school!! I will seriously never be able to get over being a senior. 

One of the best parts of the winter, in addition to candy cane concoctions and ugly Christmas sweaters, is being able to sport turtle necks to school. I used to be a firm turtle neck sweater, deeming them hideous and vowing to never wear one; according to this outfit, I have moved on from that phase. Now, I view them in a "ugly-cute" sort of light, and my collection of these bizarre sweaters seems to keep growing. I usually wear turtlenecks with leather pants or waxed jeans with booties to 'maintain' my European flare (not really, but this outfit combination just tends to happen). I also rediscovered this old mini-duffle bag from Juicy and love the statement the red makes against my rather neutral look. How do you wear turtlenecks? Happy Holidays!!! xoxo Isabelle 

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