Dallas fashion blogger Megan Saustad wearing Worth New York animal print sweater dress and carrying Prada handbag.

Today’s blog post is short and sweet because I know we all have a to-do list a mile long to get ready for Christmas.  I’m still doing some last minute shopping and prepping and just can’t seem to get ahead.  Deep breaths…

Be sure and scroll down to the end of this blog post.  I’m sharing my all time favorite Christmas Music Playlist!

My  HOLIDAY SHOP has some great gift ideas if you are still in a shopping frenzy!  Remember you can order online at Nordstrom and pickup curbside.

Thank you to all of those who shopped with me this season. I loved putting together my gift guides and I so appreciate your support of my blog and my business.  It is my pleasure to share my style tips with all of you! XO


Let’s talk about this grey and black brushed animal turtleneck dress.  It is a true show stopper, designed to have a flattering fit with color contouring that is lighter in the center and darker on the sides.  This creates a very slimming illusion.  It runs XP-XL and is fully available in all sizes. I am wearing a PT for size reference.

This dress is by WORTH, one of my favorite fashion houses.  You will pay a little bit more for this brand but the quality and attention to detail is impeccable. WORTH only purchases their fabrics at the finest mills in Italy and France (the same mills used by Chanel & Escada).  WORTH is investment dressing and you can count on these gorgeous pieces working hard in your closet for years to come.


A sweater dress is versatile in that you can wear it with booties or boots as I have it styled here. I actually have on over the knee boots similar to these (40% off!) that I have slouched down. You can also dress it up with black pumps (my favorite Christian Louboutin dupes).  Lastly, I would wear this dress with these sneakers and a denim jacket for a very casual look.

You can also find a great selection of sweater dresses here, here and here.

Dallas style blogger 'Truly Megan' wearing leopard print turtleneck sweater dress and carrying Prada handbag.

Dallas fashion blogger 'Truly Megan' wearing Worth leopard dress and carrying grey Prada handbag.

Fashion blogger 'Truly Megan' wearing Worth New York animal print knit dress and carrying Prada handbag.

Dallas fashion blogger 'Truly Megan' wearing Worth New York animal print knit dress.

Dallas fashion blogger 'Truly Megan' wearing animal print knit dress and carrying Prada handbag.


I love playing Christmas music during the holiday season and my car radio is set on “The Message” on Sirius radio.  However, this is my playlist of choice for Christmas music..some are oldies and some are current.  I would love to hear what your favorite Christmas songs are so please leave me a comment.

“Do They Know It’s Christmas?” – Band Aid 

“Santa Clause Is Coming To Town”- Bruce Springsteen

“Every Year, Every Christmas” – Luther Vandross

“Baby It’s Cold Outside” – Idina Menzel & Michael Bublé

“Joy to the World” – Casting Crowns

“The Prayer” – Celine Díon & Andrea Bocelli

“Blue Christmas’ – Elvis Presley

“There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays” – Perry Como

“It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” – Michael Bublé

“Jingle Bell Rock” – Daryl Hall & John Oates

“My Grown Up Christmas List” – Kelly Clarkson

“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” – Frank Sinatra

“We Need a Little Christmas” – Cast of Glee

“Merry Christmas Darling” – The Carpenters

“Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting)” – Seal

“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” – Brenda Lee

“Where Are You Christmas” – Faith Hill

“Noel’ – Chris Tomlin ft. Lauren Daigle

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies – Boston Pops with Arthur Fiedler

“All I Want For Christmas Is You” – Mariah Carey

“White Christmas” – Bing Crosby

“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” – Harry Connick Jr.

“Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful)” – Celine Dion

“Wham!” – Last Christmas

“Little Drummer Boy” – Pentatonix

“Mary Did You Know” – Pentatonix

“Silent Night” – Josh Groban

“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” – Andy Williams

“I’ll Be Home For Christmas” – Amy Grant

“Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” – N’Sync

“WinterSong” – Sarah McLachlan

“So This Is Christmas” – Celine Dion

“Mele Kalikimaka” – Jimmy Buffett

“Angels We Have Heard On High” – Andrea Bocelli

“Santa Baby” – Eartha Kitt

“When Christmas Comes to Town” – Polar Express Soundtrack

“Silver Bells” – Elvis Presley

“Carol of the Bells” – Trans-Siberian Orchestra

“Baby It’s Cold Outside” – Idina Menzel and Michael Buble

“The Gift” – Jim Brickman

“O Holy Night” – Nat King Cole

“These Are The Special Times” – Christina Aguilera

“Here Comes Santa Claus” – Gene Autry

“The Christmas Shoes” – NewSong

“Oh Holy Night” – Casting Crowns

“What Child Is This?” – Martina McBride

“Hallelujah” – The Canadian Tenor’s

“Believe” – Josh Groban

“The First Noel” – Lady Antebellum

“Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time” – Paul McCartney

“Do You Hear What I Hear” – Carrie Underwood

I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your loved ones.  Remember HE is the true reason for the season.

“Every Good And Perfect Gift Is From Above” James 1:17