Birds of a Feather

Lifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfit

Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend with friends and family, and that you can enjoy some time off this week. My plans for the next few days include donating some unloved clothes, deep cleaning the apartment, and setting my goals for 2017. I’m also going to be sharing a few New Years Eve outfit ideas with ya’ll! Read on to hear the details about today’s fun and feathery look.

Lifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfitLifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfitLifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfitLifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfitLifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfitLifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfitLifestyle blogger Mollie Sheperdson shares a fun and feathery New Years Eve outfit

I had a ton of fun shooting today’s outfit, this feather dress is just begging to be worn out to a dressy event this New Years. While sequins for NYE will always be a favorite, if you’re looking to do something a little more unexpected this year, this feather dress is for you. The subtle sparkle in the tweed is just enough, and the feathers will make you want twirl your way right into 2017. I paired it here with simple accessories to allow the dress to take center stage. A classic black coat, black heels, and a pop of leopard were just enough. If you live somewhere really cold, this dress also looks great worn over a black turtleneck with black tights (I tried this option on – so cute!). Luckily when I shot this look it was 45 degrees 😉

Do you have any big NYE plans yet? I would love to hear about them below!

Feather Dress | Black Reefer Coat | Hazel Pumps | Leopard Clutch | Cat-Eye Sunnies

xx Mollie

Photos by Lydia Hudgens

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