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lookbookstore december picks

It's been awhile since my last post. I've been really busy finishing up projects and studying for finals because it is that time of the year, when the term is ending and christmas and new year is coming soon! So, to help you in your shopping, I've got a few items from Lookbook Store to share with you. You should definitely take chance of the christmas sales going on right now. I saw a whole bunch of good stuff marked down at great prices. You can refer to some of my previous lookbookstore hauls here and pick out some items for yourself as well. There are super cool summer highwaisted denim shorts at just $9.90 and free shipping worldwide on all orders!! So you could really just get like one pair of denim shorts for $10 and get it delivered to you for free. 

Apart from the 80% christmas sales going on, I've got a few discount links for you to check out to save even more money!

from: Lookbook Store
Cozy up by the fireplace this Christmas with these super cute aztec floral leggings, filled with festive vibes. Made of stretch knit, these are great for lounging around or for spreading the Christmas cheer. They go well with all sorts of booties and boots, paired with sweaters. It is on sale now for $9.90!!
from: Lookbook Store
The T-Shirt dress trend is still in! Kick start your collection with this thin knitted sweater t-shirt dress that also comes with a braided belt. I paired it with a flannel tied at the waist to cinch it instead of using the belt. Throw on an infinity scarf, socks and boots to complete the cute fall/winter transition look. It is on sale right now for $19.90!
from: Lookbook Store
Maroon is always a favourite colour for fall so this sweater is perfect for the season. It goes great over blouses and plaid shirts or can be worn on it's own. It is long and oversized enough to be worn as a sweater dress (with shorts underneath) and thigh high socks. Alternatively, it can be paired with this chiffon skirt that looks pretty similar to the brandy melville ones, but at a fraction of the cost. For more layering options, add an anorak over and an infinity scarf. 
from: Lookbook Store
I got the white version of this sweater in my previous haul and it was so cute to wear as a sweater dress so I got the lavender one too. I'd wear it with white floral skirts but they are definitely cute with denim shorts and thigh high socks. Also, the V-back design adds to the flirtatiousness of the look. On sale now for $29!
from: Lookbook Store
I also got the maroon version of the chiffon skirt because it was just so cute and I've been wanting the brandy melville one for a long time. The skirt is a tad long but it's fine. I can just wear it a little more highwaisted. It goes great with loose cropped tops covering the waist band. Definitely a cute addition to your closet and can be worn all year round!
from: Lookbook Store
This chunky marled cardigan is so popular that it sold out previously! The dark blue version (shown in the picture before this) is a huge hit and people keep asking me where they can find the cardigan but it's so unfortunate that lookbookstore hasn't restocked it so I can't help them. The red one is very unique and probably less versatile but it is still cute if you can work it. If you wear lots of basics, this is a good piece to layer on to add more details to your outfit. It is also really thick, chunky and oversized so it is perfect for colder weathers. 
from: Lookbook Store
I don't usually get sweaters in this colour but I thought it was kinda unique and the colour reminded me of thanksgiving and pumpkins. So, since it was so fall appropriate, why not? It isn't a very thick sweater so it's nice to just throw on on windy days with some jeans and booties. It has three button details at the sides of the sweater so that is really cute. It's a great fall piece to layer under navy utility jackets as well. 

Happy christmas shopping loves and remember to use the links above to save on some cash!


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