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{outfit} The Stella McCartney Polar Bear Sweater

  Tuesday, December 23, 2014 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,,, 
It's the eve of Christmas Eve! YAYY!! This is basically the day before Christmas for my family because we start our Celebrations on Christmas Eve with my Dad's side of the family coming over to our house.  Today is a pretty awesome day though, we watch my favorite Christmas movie: SCROOGE. It is a musical version of A Christmas Carol starring Albert Finney and it is amazing! Plus, it has Alec Guinness (aka Obi Wan) in it too.

I love this Stella McCartney sweater so much, since it's a holiday sweater it will pretty much never go out of style (for me, at least). It was featured on the blog two years ago as a Dream Outfit for Christmas Tree hunting, but then I got it on sale at The Outnet at wore it the following year when we got our Christmas Tree.

Polar Bear Sweater: Stella McCartney (The Outnet), Boots: Eighteen68 'Megan' (Gilt), Tights c/o Hanes, Sunglasses c/o GlassesShop, Watch c/o Movado, Bracelets: c/o Gorjana, c/o Fibi & Clo and gift my brother's girlfriend got for me in India

About Closet Fashionista

Loves to get bargains on clothes and is obsessed with Harry Potter and Disney. By day she is a freelance graphic and web designer. She also has a slight obsession with movies.

You can also find her on the web at her Harry Potter and Matthew Lewis fan sites.


  1. great sweater!
    I can't believe we're going to see Christmas around the corner! Crazy how time flies!

  2. I swear you have the best sweater collection!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  3. hi dear, very nice sweater

  4. that is just the perfect sweater to cuddle up in during the winter, especially for hanging around the house and watching christmas movies. Merry Christmas!
    Chic on the Cheap

  5. Your hair looks amazing, I'm not sure if you did anything different, but it's gorgeous. I love the sweater too :).


  6. Nice sweater and pretty pictures!


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