I'm back for round two of my 2015 favorite outfits roundup! I can hear your cheers. These are my top picks so you may have another favorite; if you do, let me know! This final installment of my 2015 roundup includes outfits from summer to the end of the year. I would wear all of these again in an instant!
The first six or so looks are from this past summer and you'll notice a lot of nautical influence, which is pretty routine for me. What can I say? I enjoy a good mix of navy blue and red. The next seven through 18 are fall looks which tends to be my favorite season for dressing. It seems my main color scheme shifted a bit toward black and maroon in fall 2015. The last three are definitely holiday looks. Feel free to click through to see more pictures of each. I think this post gives a good overview of what my style is in case you're stopping by for the first time.
one | two | three
four | five | six
seven | eight | nine
ten | eleven | twelve
thirteen | fourteen | fifteen
sixteen | seventeen | eighteen
Outside of my outfits, the last half of 2015 for me was weird and included a lot of adjustment too. I was settled into my new apartment with Matt by the time these looks were posted. Then we got our puppy, Riker. He's definitely a hand full! I'm still not completely adjusted to being a dog mom. Some days it's good and others he's a monster. I'm sure plenty of you can relate. It was stressful.
Then my mom was away the better part of three months because my grandma was very sick. Even though I live in the city I'm relatively close to my parents and travel home to visit pretty frequently so it was weird having her far away. She traveled back for a break during Labor day weekend, which was a fun time spent being a geek at Dragon Con (I'm already thinking about next year's.) Then my grandma passed away in the fall which was tough. I traveled up north to be with the rest of my family and returned to Atlanta to get back to work. I turned 25 in October, celebrated 8 years spent with Matt, and had a quiet Halloween spent watching movies. In December Matt and I went to Las Vegas for a few days to get away (you'll see the pictures soon) and then I headed back to Illinois for Christmas with the family. And that's last half of 2015 in a nutshell. Some good times and bad.
I'm looking forward to more good times in 2016. I don't make resolutions but there is a feeling of starting fresh in the new year even though January tends to be a downer. I just hope this year is better than the last and I intend on trying to make it so.
Have a fantastic start to your year and a great rest of your week!