2020...What a doozy!
With Covid continuing to hang out like a Stage-5 Clinger, it's likely your Holiday Festivities will be a lot smaller this year...BUT, that doesn't mean they still can't be fun. We're going to share our fav 3 festive tops as well as our go-to cocktail that will make you feel as jolly as a North Pole Elf on Christmas Eve.
#1 We are absolutely obsessed with this Sheer Embroidered Top. The detailing on it makes it truly unique and the gorgeous sage color is perfect for those who like a slightly more muted color pallet. It's perfect for the holidays, but will transition perfectly into next season! We love it paired with our Black Button Fly Denim and a black bootie.
#2 Wow...we are totes still gushing over this romantic, ruffled beauty. This Olive Ruffle Top is all business in the front, but a party in the back. It features the cutest puff sleeve and a button down back. Obsessed doesn't even begin to describe it. We added our High Rise Folded Hem Denim and our fav panama hat, which has turned into a closet staple.
#3 As if there was any question that this baby would make the cut. This pretty patterned sweater is not your everyday, basic sweater. It runs a tad longer in length and features a slight balloon sleeve and the pattern just screams FESTIVE, but it can totally be worn all winter long. We paired it with our super comfy and stretchy burgundy denim and a neutral bootie.
So we covered what to wear, now lets talk about what to eat and drink! Whether it's just you, you and your significant other, or your quaranteam...a good old fashioned charcuterie board and a seasonal cocktail will always do the trick.
If you know Fetch, you know we LOVE a good Cocktail! So, without further ado, we present:
Fetch's Festive Fizz
It's so easy, and so yummy!
2 Shots of Vodka -You can omit this for a non-alcoholic version.
1 Shot of Pomegranate Juice
Top it off with some bubbly. We prefer a dry Brut, but Prosecco, Rose, or sparkling grape juice will work!
Garnish with some pomegranate seeds and enjoy.
Cheers!! And remember, keeping yourself and those you love healthy is the most important thing this holiday season.