Now that the champagne has been popped and 2016 already rung in, it seems strange to do a new years post now - but I couldn't let such a huge milestone go by without addressing it properly. I've always loved the refreshing sense of rejuvenation and self-reflection that comes along with a new year. Although my resolutions are fairly constant each year (one day I will eat healthier and get back to the gym) this year is especially exciting for me. I've made the conscious decision to really focus on the blog, and devote more of my time to it. The fact of the matter is that I get such joy out of La Petite Noob, and I feel like life is too short to not pursue your passion. That being said, I do want to thank all of you for helping me make this dream a reality - I absolutely cannot wait to see what path this journey allows me to walk down. So stay tuned for some big things coming to LPN this year, and please always feel welcome to let me know what you would like to see for future posts. You guys are the absolute best, and I can't wait to take 2016 by storm together!
|Dress - Forever 21, Coat - Toyshop Petites, Boots - Zara
Headband - Forever 21
How was your new years eve? I had an absolute blast ringing in the new year with my parents, one of my brothers, uncles and cousins - with Brian and Fritz in tow, of course. We ate like kings, drank ourselves silly with champagne and just enjoyed the feeling that comes along with family being together. Although some may find staying in with family to be boring for new years, I come from a 'been there, done that' perspective about going out to big parties - this lady has spent one too many new years eve waiting over an hour in line for coat check at the end of the night! Just because we chose to stay in, doesn't mean that we skipped getting dressed for the occasion. I've been waiting for an excuse to wear this sparkly shift dress, and what better than new years eve? Paired with some over the knee boots and a fuzzy jacket to keep warm, I felt totally festive while staying comfortable for the evening.
I hope that you're 2016 is off to a fabulous start! Let me know what you got up to this new years eve - did you stay in like me, or did you paint the town red? Let me know!