What to Wear to a Winter Graduation

Hey pretties! As many of you already know I started my winter/holiday break last week. This is a tradition that started a few years back when our oldest went off to college. When the whole family is home for the holidays, my #1 goal is to make space and be fully present with them. The best way to do that is to cut back on everything including blogging, social media and e-mail. Even though I LOVE my job, it’s always something I look forward to and so does my family! Plus I come back from my break refreshed and ready for all of the exciting projects planned in the new year.

I scheduled the beginning of my time off this year to coincide with our son Devon’s college graduation. Over the weekend he got his B.S. in Biology with a minor in Biochemistry. It’s been a long, challenging road but we couldn’t be prouder. Not going to lie, we’re also more than a little happy to have one less tuition payment!

This outfit is a prime example of why it’s important to have some classic investment pieces in your closet. I didn’t stress a bit over what to wear to his winter graduation.  Every piece in this outfit will never go out of style and can be worn for many years.

This seamless Italian cashmere wrap was gifted to me from EILEEN FISHER and I’ve worn it every day since it arrived. It’s definitely an investment piece but I’m sure I’ll get so much wear out of it. I’ve already thrown it on over everything from my workout clothes to this sweater dress that I wore to graduation.

[Sweater Dress/Cashmere Wrap/Heels (similar)/Clutch/Sunglasses]

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Big thanks to EILEEN FISHER for sponsoring this post and making it easier to make space this holiday season!

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