Politics, Holidays, and Mixed Prints

I think whoever decided to make Election Day at the beginning of November knew exactly what he was doing. Whether you’re satisfied or disappointed with how the election turned out, the holiday season is right around the corner.

It’s more than likely that you’ll be sharing a dinner table with someone whose politics you disagree with, so unless you want to serve your turkey with side dishes like bitterness and gloating, you’ll have to be civil at least until January. In my opinion, the holiday season brings out the best of people, which contrasts vastly with election season, which can sometimes bring out the worst. Aptly timed, I’d say.

Also, no matter what time of year it is, you can’t argue with some mixed prints and a denim jacket, right? 

Jean jacket: Gap; gingham shirt: J.Crew Factory; skirt: Merona, Target; earrings: thrifted; belt: Loft; flats: Nine West

Ellie wanted in on the picture-taking action.

1 comment:

  1. I'm the only person via friends and fam that voted period and that voted for my candidate. I'm too shy and don't want them to be angry that I don't believe what they do. So I speak with my ballot :)


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