IMG_4557I’m happy with how this year’s GoDaddy Holiday Party look came together. Especially since I was pulling from many different influences and remained cohesive. I was able to dig in my closet for some items I already had, rely on Rocksbox for new and borrowed jewelry, and test out a hairdo that I don’t typically do.
IMG_4572IMG_6711IMG_4575The party itself was amazing per usual. It was my seventh GoDaddy Holiday Party that I’ve been able to attend and my fifth party with that handsome guy below. (To view previous holiday party looks click here and here.) There were performances by Dj Roonie to kick off the night and close it down, which is always my favorite, along with Brett Eldredge and Fall Out Boy. Best of all, I got to see some old friend and co-workers that I hadn’t seen in almost a year.


Here are the highlights from the 2015 GoDaddy Holiday Party Look:

Black Cape – Handmade by my great grandma, Louise Swanson, back in the early 1920’s or 1930’s. I also wore this in some of my wedding photos, as it was a gift from my grandma, Valerie Bloom.

Dress – Diane Von Furstenberg Blue Lace Corset Shift Dress

Shoes – Steve Madden T-strap Heels. These are one of the only heels I can wear to this party due to standing all night in the grass. I actually have clear Solemates clear heel protectors to keep me from sinking.

For the photos before the party, I wore YSL pumps. This heel is definitely too high and too skinny to wear at Chase Field ballpark, which is where the party is at every year.

Jewelry – Currated by Rocksbox. Read more in yesterday’s post.

Make-up – Done by June Pearl Beauty. Read more here.

Hair – Upstyle by Lauren W. at Gossamer Salon. Read more here.

Be You, Bravely.

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