As you guys know, this is mine and Michael’s first holiday season in Boulder (if you’re new to following me – we moved from Dallas to Boulder last February!). Obviously we are huge fans of Boulder year round, but this place is truly magical during the holidays!
One of our favorite things to do is just walk up and down Pearl street at night and see all the lights. The entire street is lit up and it truly is beautiful! We’ve also been to a few holiday markets supporting local businesses here and it’s been such a blast. Boulder also has an annual “lights of December” parade downtown with Christmas carolers, floats created by local businesses and church, and of course…Santa!
You guys know that I’m 100% a jeans and t-shirt kinda girl all day everyday, which is one of the reasons why I love Boulder so much! Such a casual and laid back lifestyle, where I can live in things like my favorite pair of Levi’s everyday. When we’ve walked around downtown to look at lights or grab hot chocolate from a local coffee shop, this has for sure been the outfit I’ve sported. This crewneck sweater is SO soft and cozy, and such a great basic!
A few other pieces from Levi’s that have become some of my favorite everyday staples for life in Boulder (or things on my wishlist!):
If you have someone on your list to buy for this Christmas who loves fashion, but also enjoys classic and timeless staple pieces in their wardrobe…definitely check out Levi’s! We all know that their jeans are amazing (and reasonably priced!), but they also have adorable sweaters and jackets that would make for great gift ideas. Anytime I’m on their site I end up adding WAY more to my cart than I should. That’s when you know that you’ve found “your store” – both a blessing a curse lol!
Thanks for reading y’all! If you haven’t visited Boulder yet, the holidays are the perfect time to come check it out! The best part: you can wear your Levi’s jeans everywhere you go! *insert praise hand emoji here!*
This post was created in collaboration with Levi’s. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.