What to Wear to Thanksgiving Dinner: featuring P. Monjo P-727 boot

Each Wednesday we’ll answer the on-going question: “What do I wear with these?” It’s a question we get quite often here at the shop and we love giving suggestions when helping our customers. This week we feature the P-727 boot by P.Monjo.

What to Wear to Thanksgiving Dinner
Since it is the day before Thanksgiving, we thought it would be fun to put together some suggestions for the traditional dinner at home with friends and family.  We love this little cuff boot by P. Monjo. It is stylish and can be worn in a variety of ways. Wear them with a chunky cable knit sweater and some skinny twill pants. Or if the occasion is really casual, wear them with a striped t shirt, cashmere cardigan and some loose fitting boyfriend jeans. Want to wear a dress? No problem, pair them with dark thick tights and a printed dress for a slightly dressier occasion.

We would like to take the opportunity to tell you that we are thankful for you visiting us here on the blog and your continued patronage throughout the year.  We wish a wonderful holiday filled with love and good food. Happy Thanksgiving!

Featured re-souL items:
> P.Monjo P-727 boot in carmel brown leather, made in Spain.
> Aunts and Uncles  “Popcorn” leather bag in honey.
>  Iris Guy “Branch” necklace, oxidized silver with semi-precious garnet stones.
> Julie Rofman  woven beaded “Stockholm” cuff.
> Striped DC Multi-Stripe crew sock by Hansel from Basel.

To view the other items featured along with their links as well as more outfit pairing suggestions, check out re-souL’s profile on polyvore.

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