Foxy G's Den of i-KNIT-quity

12/17/2009

Secrets to Accessorizing the Little Black Hoodie

What are Ya Wearing New Year’s, New Year’s Eve…

It’s mid-December and time to think about my outfit for New Year’s Eve.  I have decided to go black-hoodie informal, i.e., shoes optional.  So, let’s see what I can come up with to accessorize my little black hoodie.

This adorable textured black knit mini bag is just right for carrying those small things around – cell phone, credit card or ipod – and perfect for a quick trip to the [yarn] store.

Knit Mini Shoulder Bag by PeanutandTommy

This chunky black scarf certainly looks warm and inviting and won’t interfere with the lines of my hoodie.

Warm and Wooly Black Hand Knit Scarf by foxygknits

According to the jewelry designer, and I am not about to argue with the experts, these earrings will make me feel luxurious and mysterious at the same time.  Not a bad way to kick off the New Year, eh?

Enigma Earrings by joslinjewels

One can never have too many little black earrings, right?

Little Black Dress Earrings by SweetwaterGifts

Black Onyx Elegance Earrings by lindab142

This “treasure bracelet” was inspired by the Victorians, who collected and loved all kinds of beautiful things, regardless of size, and found novel ways to display them.  It really does add a new dimension to my little black hoodie, don’t you think?

Vintage Button Charm Bracelet by FirebirdHouse

Recycled cotton T shirt “yarn” connects vintage plastic beads and handmade felted wool beads. Very chic and understated.

T Shirt Yarn Necklace by threepeats

This black currant velvet rose is a must have for fall/winter – maybe a tad dressy for my little black hoodie, but fabulous none the less.

Bridal Hair Flower by Mikiye

Given enough coffee, I could rule the world.

Crocheted Black Coffee Cozy by Jenco13

Perfect for recording phone numbers and addresses or e-mails, etc.

Big Little Black Book by prettycheap

Gotta go – I’m off to jot down my goals and objectives for 2010.  In the meantime, my very best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!  Foxy G.

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11 Comments »

  1. I love this post! You are going to look ravishing!

    Comment by Vickie from In My Head Studios — 12/17/2009 @ 12:34 am

  2. What a brilliant post! Just like a high-end fashion magazine that feature lots of fabulous complimentary goodies. Thanks so much for featuring my enigma earrigs.

    Comment by Sheridan Joslin — 12/17/2009 @ 1:21 am

  3. So black is the new black! Great because it looks good on everyone. Thanks for including my necklace in your New year’s Eve ensemble!

    Comment by Suzanne@threepeats — 12/17/2009 @ 6:03 am

  4. What a stunning collection! Love love love that charm bracelet. Thanks for including my mini bag, I’m honored!

    Comment by Debi @ PeanutandTommy — 12/17/2009 @ 7:16 am

  5. You’re going to look fabulous. Happy New Year!

    Linda B

    Comment by Linda B — 12/17/2009 @ 8:43 am

  6. great finds!

    Comment by betty — 12/17/2009 @ 9:00 am

  7. Everything is so gorgeous! What a great collection an elegant night out. Thanks so much for including my earrings amongst these fab treasures.

    Comment by SweetwaterGifts — 12/17/2009 @ 11:13 am

  8. Looks like my kind of party 😀

    Comment by Sharon — 12/17/2009 @ 6:25 pm

  9. Love the layout of this post. Foxy-G is always the creative one. However, I thought you might have posted a picture of your special holiday bracelet to help accessorize the evening. We’ll have to do some more of them in 2010. See you Wednesday with chopsticks.

    Comment by Alice — 12/18/2009 @ 1:06 am

  10. Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I’ve nominated your for a blog award today! I love your blog and wanted to share it with some of my friends! Pick them up here: http://www.sandists.com/Wordpress/2009/12/blog-awards/

    Thanks,
    Sandi

    Comment by Sandi — 12/22/2009 @ 10:01 am

  11. ’tis true, you can never have too many pairs of black beaded earrings! I hope you have a great new year’s eve and an awesome 2010

    Comment by Made By Melissa — 12/30/2009 @ 9:47 am


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