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12 DAYS OF CHRIS-elle: Day 3

Happy 12 Days of CHRIS-elle, everyone! Today is Day 3 featuring Tommy Hilfiger! Remember to leave a comment below every single blog post in order to be entered to win the giveaway. I’ll be choosing a winner at random at the end of the 12 days (trust me, you won’t want to miss out on it) to win some of my favorites from each brand that’s been featured!

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I’ve been such a big fan of Tommy Hilfiger for the longest time, so it only made sense to partner with such a timeless brand for the 12 Days of Chris-elle. There’s a reason why Tommy Hilfiger is such a household name. They’re the epitome of an All-American brand, and they have those classic pieces that you’ll be passing down for generations to come. Whether it’s a cashmere turtleneck, a fur stole, or a classic watch… you can never go wrong with a Tommy Hilfiger piece. I fell in love with this gold boyfriend watch, which is great for an everyday casual look. Something about having a great watch on makes me feel so put together. It’s such an important accessory to have in your arsenal! And guess what! We’re giving away a watch just like mine for the 12 Days of Chris-elle! Keep reading to find out how.

And, thanks to our partnership with Tommy Hilfiger, we were able to make a generous donation to Baby2Baby in time for the holiday!

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Remember, to enter the 12 Days of Chriselle all you have to do is:

1. Leave a comment down below on this post telling us what your favorite Holiday memory is!

2. Come back to the blog every day through December 12th and leave a comment on every post!

3. We will be randomly choosing a winner at the end of the 12 days and will be announcing it on December 15th. So remember you can comment as much as you want!

Good luck everyone and see you tomorrow!

1,196 Comments
  • Tiffany says:

    ❤️❤️😂
    Love~ Tiff

  • Grace says:

    My favorite holiday memory growing up was putting the star on our family Christmas tree at the beginning of every December ✨

  • Tiffany says:

    The Disney trip for sure! And it was even more special because on our last night, we stayed in the park until 2 AM, and we seemed to be the only ones left (besides the workers), and it really made the place seem magical, without all the tourist crowds everywhere haha
    Love~ Tiff ❤️

  • Kathrina Tacadena says:

    My favourite holiday memory is singing Christmas carols around the neigbourhood!

  • Tiffany says:

    One of my favorite memories is going on a 4-day Disney trip with my family around the holiday season a couple years ago! I can’t wait for Christmas!
    Love~ Tiff ❤️

  • every around the christmas tree, unwrapping presents and watching some silly thing on TV

  • Yvette says:

    beautiful mirror!!! <3

  • Amanda L. says:

    My favorite holiday memory would be from when I was little, waking up to see presents under the tree and seeing the cookies and milk left for Santa were gone.

  • Anh Tran says:

    When we were younger, we used to rent cabins in Arrowhead or Tahoe. The best part about waking up in the morning to snow days was looking for hills and building snow mounds and using trashcan tops or anything that could be used as a sleigh and race each other down slopes. And snowball fights

  • Vanessa says:

    When my divorced parents talk with each other again after at least 10 years of not even say hi to each other. I went to visit them in Christmas back to my hometown after 2 years of not seeing them, and we were visiting my grandma and they started talking when they saw me and my husband again.!!! like friends! It was incredible. I felt like a kid. It was late but it warmed my heart with joy. Time goes by and people softens plus Christmas has its magic

    btw Love Tommy Hilfiger <3

  • nihan gorkem says:

    My fav Holiday memory is making gifts! I used to steal my dad’s socks and put them in gift wraps to make it look like they’re new 🙂

  • Tiffany says:

    One of my favorite memories is going on a 4-day Disney trip with my family around the holiday season a couple years ago! Can’t wait for Christmas!
    Love~ Tiff ❤️

  • Gitta says:

    My favorite holiday memory is my cat that used to be fascinated with the Christmas tree. It was just too funny.

  • Asha says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I was young and I thought I heard Santa Claus on the roof, so I went and woke up my brother at like 1am but when we went to check under the tree there weren’t any presents. But when we both woke up at around 7am there were so many presents we couldn’t stop jumping up and down and screaming lol

  • Annabel Fan says:

    I’ve been obsessing over turtlenecks this season, my favorite holiday memory is probably sitting around the family room decorating the tree with me mum.

  • Tiffany says:

    One of my favorite memories is going on a 4-day Disney trip with my family around the holiday season a couple years ago! Can’t wait for Christmas..
    Love~ Tiff ❤️

  • Ann B. says:

    Love the watch. Thanks for the great giveaways!

  • Andrea says:

    my last Christmas with dad, before he passed away 🙁

  • Natasha says:

    I experience so many fond memories during the holiday seasons, and I can’t wait to see what this year offers!
    My favorite memory has to be putting up the Christmas tree and decorating the house all festive.
    I love seeing the mix of green and red!

  • Lucy says:

    Fav holiday memory is wearing matching outfits with my older sister and sitting on Santa’s lap and crying because we were so scared as children hahaha #12DaysGiveaway

  • Eunice says:

    my favorite holiday memory has got to be my first trip to Europe! a few years back, i visited my brother who lived in Germany at the time, and it truly felt like a winter wonderland (esp for someone who was born and raised in LA). on top of the perfect wintery weather, the city squares and public areas were transformed into a christmas public market. sipping on hot gluwein and snacking on freshly roasted chestnuts was the absolute best!

  • Catherine says:

    My favorite holiday memory is throwing a Christmas party with my friends from high school after our freshman year in college and acting as if we hadn’t seen each other in years.

  • yan says:

    The best holiday gift I have ever received is a panda jacket from my best friend!

  • Ashanti Emily says:

    A christmas memory I cherish is stealing sugar and cinnamon covered apples from the bowl when my mom was preparing an apple pie! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Carina Chiquito says:

    wow I’ve been a fan of Tommy since I was 6 years old. My mom would wear his clothing all the time and I always admired her for her style.

  • Mia X says:

    My mom had to work on time during Christmas Eve so she dropped me off at the movie theaters to watch some movies while she’s at work. I spent the whole day there watching movies. There’s barely anyone at the theater so it was really fun!

  • Vieng says:

    My favorite holiday memory is watching the kids sit on santa’s lap while taking pictures.

  • Tiffany says:

    One of my favorite memories is going on a 4-day Disney trip with my family around the holiday season a couple years ago! Can’t wait for Christmas.
    Love~ Tiff ❤️

  • Shannon Tao says:

    Christmas in Vancouver when I was still young and about to go abroad for university!

    Shan
    xx

  • Shuyu Cao says:

    A favorite memory is relaxing after a stressful semester at college. Mom and dad cooked good food and it was so great to have them by my side. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jackie Do says:

    When I was little, my mom used to always take my sister and me to see light displays in a neighborhood in Pasadena. I always looked forward to going to see the houses decked out in beautiful displays of lights because we weren’t able to decorate our place festively. #12DaysGiveaway #12DaysofCHRISelle

  • Susan says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending with family eating food, opening gifts and relaxing.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Susan says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending with family eating food, opening gifts and relaxing

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Min says:

    Spending time with my family although we do not have the tradition to celebrate Christmas.

  • Brittany C says:

    My favorite Christmas memory was hearing the sound of hooves beating down on the roof accompanied by jingling bells. My parents did a fantastic job assuring me of Santa’s validity. Sometimes I still find myself wondering if what I heard could have been true! Haha

  • Justine Kim says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I woke up to the sound of something ruffling in a box, a dog!

  • Kit Ming says:

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    Positive vibes.

    #12DaysGiveaway

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  • Karen N says:

    Last year my baby was less than a month old and she was cranky. I held her and walked over to our Christmas tree. When she saw the lights she stopped and just stared. She loved the lights so much we kept our tree up till mid Feb because every time she got cranky, we would show her the lights on the tree and she calmed right down.

  • Philicia says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when we went to New York City and went to Rockefeller center and went ice skating. It really felt like Christmas that day.

  • Jennie says:

    The best gift ever was my baby boy. I found out I was pregnant 15 days before Christmas which was around this time last year. He was my best gift of 2015 and will be my best and greatest gift ever. The reason he is my greatest gift because he is a gift from above. God answered my prayer. I was pregnant with him when I was 36 years old. I thank God for a miracle baby like him. My love and joy.

    Merry Christmas Chriselle and your family!

  • Erin says:

    favorite holiday memory is back when I was in school doing toy boxes for kids in need in third world countries. Prepping the boxes, putting toys in, wrapping them and sending it off.
    Having my own family now we try to do something similar to less fortunate families. But it’s not as much fun as making it into a party back in the day.

  • Cassandra says:

    My favorite holiday memory is doing karaoke and dancing around the house with my family and extended family a couple years ago.

  • Tiffany k. says:

    La navidad me hace recordar mi hermosa niñez con la persona más querida.. mi tío-mi padre🙏

  • Winnie says:

    My favourite holiday memory was baking Christmas cookies with my family- even my dog pitched in! (As a taste tester, of course!)

  • Carley says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the special quiet time I spend with my Husband every Christmas morning before we go to spend time with our big families! It is such a special time and a tradition that I am so happy we started!

  • Sara says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I wrote and sent a letter to Santa Claus. Thinking back to it now makes me laugh.

  • Devon says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when i was young all kids in town went sledding , we came all frozen and wet but it was so much fun ! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Daniella says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending Christmas in Quebec with family last year! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Sheng Yang says:

    my favorite holiday memory is when we first celebrated christmas! with the tree, lights and presents and santa claus!

  • Sheng Yang says:

    So chic and classy!

  • Gaby says:

    Favorite holiday memory: when I was a kid and we’d go looking for Christmas Trees at the tree farm, my dad would play hide and seek with us in the trees. 🙂

  • Panna says:

    My favourite holiday memory is the one when my great-grand-mother spent the Christmas with us for the last time. She was such a joker.

  • Kris says:

    Favorite holiday memory is when I was around 6 and my father returned home really late just in time to catch the last bit of Christmas day (we weren’t sure whether he would make it) from a business trip overseas. Having the whole family together was really special!

  • Elis Liblik says:

    My favourite memory is when santa showed up in a purple robe, I mean that’s the funniest thing ever. 😀

  • My favorite holiday memory is baking cookies on christmas eve every year with my little sister. At first I would bake them with her so she could leave cookies out for Santa but now we can’t drop the tradition.

  • On says:

    Opening Christmas presents with family

  • Elis Liblik says:

    It’s really inspiring how generous you are, always remembering to give back to the community. I’ve also been a huge fan of tommy hilfiger, espescially the loafers, I mean they’re the comfiest ever.

  • chloe says:

    Happy holidays! My favourite memory was cuddling up with my tiny dog Coco in the middle of the winter!

  • Rachel Proto says:

    The last Christmas my entire family was together a long time ago!

  • Shuyu Cao says:

    A favorite holiday memory is going on a cruise with my parents. Unlimited food and drinks it was amazing! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Esther says:

    This one Christmas, when my brother was little, he couldn’t wait until the whole family woke up to open presents so he opened all of them and I cried for an hour. My parents made him wrap all of the presents and place it back under the tree. This sounds sad but thinking back, we still talk about it and how funny the whole morning played out. It’s like “Christmas IRL” 😛

  • Amina says:

    My best Holiday memory is my first time doing secret santa party with my friends. We had no idea what we were doing so it made the whole party hilarious.

  • Kalli Harris says:

    My favorite Christmas memory has to be getting a tree with my family every year. Every year on my moms birthday (conveniently December 1st) we all head to the tree lot. Its one of those magical little ones where you get to cut down your own tree and there are lights and snack booths and a hot chocolate bar. We spend hours there. We love it so much and always have the best time picking out our tree

  • Jewels says:

    Hands down, tobogganing as a child. And now, tobogganing with my children!

  • Kalli Harris says:

    Tommy Hilfiger is my constant go-to for classic timeless items that I wear for years and years. LOVE

  • Michelle Park says:

    My favorite Christmas holiday memory is one from when I was around 8-9 years old. I flew to Korea from Hong Kong to spend time with my Korean grandparents and remember trying to explain to them what kind of person Santa Claus is. They just didn’t get why we were so infatuated with a huge man with a beard!!!

  • Alana says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is the last Christmas we had with mom. For whatever reason it was the most jolly and fun party we had had at our house for a long time.

  • Kelly noble says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my dad gave my mom tickets to fly to England to see her sister

  • Jennifer Levengood says:

    My favorite holiday memory was baking Christmas cookies with my grandma! We would always make hundreds of cookies and we would be so full from eating half of them before they even got to the table. I love and miss her.

  • Grace says:

    Staying up with my little brother as kids waiting to open our presents

  • Irene Zhang says:

    Fave holiday memory is when I was 15, celebrating Christmas in Argentina!

  • Mari Henud says:

    Oh, my favorite holiday memory is when my brother was two years old and learned how to say Santa Claus in Portuguese “papai noel.”

  • Viktória Annus says:

    My favourite holiday memory is about two years ago. My mom bought a game and we all played it and it was really fun. I cant really say more because all of my holiday memories are wonderful!

  • Chami Nguyen says:

    This huge gorgeous mirror is goals!
    Regarding my favourite memory – I love baking with mum!

    Love,
    Chami

  • Tanaaz Pavri says:

    One year, when we were little, my mom had the neighbour’s son sneak into the house, while she was distracting us, lay out all the gifts, eat the snacks and sprinkle glitter all over the floor and right when he left, he rang the door-bell. We went to open the door and BOOM it looked like santa had ACTUALLY shown up and dropped off our gifts (a little early but – technicalities XD) I still remember being so inexplicably excited!! went years believing that santa was definitely real XD it was a pretty brilliant plan =)

  • Irina Maftei says:

    My favorite holiday memory is from 5 years ago. I went caroling with my best friends and we visited out friends and family from all over the city. I’ll never forget that Christmas Eve!

  • Miriam C says:

    My favorite memory from holidays is getting snow over the Christmas period while being with my whole family.

  • Beatrice says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my brother flew back from overseas to surprise my family for Christmas 😀

  • Salina Qattan says:

    our last year’s Christmas party at work it was out of this planet

  • Tiffany V says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when my uncle & cousins visited from Hawaii for Christmas last year! I had missed them so much so it was a lot of fun to hang out again!

  • Jena says:

    My favourite memory has to be buying and wrapping all the presents for my friends and family

  • evelina says:

    Having dinner with family and friends xoxo evelina

  • Elizabeth S says:

    I think my favorite holiday memory is Christmas Day a few years ago. My brothers and I were still teenagers and my mother struggled with what to get us for Christmas. My brothers in particular were hard to buy for. The only way I can think to describe this is to bring out an Extreme Home Makeover reference. Remember when the family receiving the house would do over the kids bedrooms to reflect their interests? Like if the daughter liked butterflies, everything they gave her was butterfly related. Butterfly bed. Butterfly garden. Butterfly bathroom. They only stopped short of turning her into a butterfly. That’s the kind of gift giver my mother is. She got it into her head that my older brother really liked the movie Despicable Me. I think you can guess what happened next…..minion pajamas, minion candy, minion beanie, minion stuffed animals, minion mug, a DVD/BluRay copy of the movie, minion boxers and t-shirts and slippers….and the whole time he’s unwrapping these gifts, my brother is getting more and more frustrated because it’s becoming clear that every single gift is minion related. In the end she returned everything. Turns out he liked the movie Megamind better….

  • My favorite holiday memory is spending the night with my boyfriend in Hawaii watching stars in the sky.

  • Candi says:

    Tommy Hilfiger definitely brings me back to the 90s and that logo era!

  • Pauline says:

    My favorite memory was the time my family decided to get a light up reindeer instead of a tree, and so we did our best decorating the reindeer. We ended up putting extra lights on it and placing the ornaments in the floor surrounding it. Thinking back, that was a pretty funny thing to do.

  • Leslie says:

    Most favorite holiday memory must be a road trip to my grandparent’s house to surprise them when we were little. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Julia Zhou says:

    My favourite holiday memory is when I was a little kid and after waking up my parents surprised me with a moving train track!

  • Rosaura says:

    My fav holiday memory was also spending it with my mother in mexico, aatching the news, feeling cozy inside, sipping hot chocolate while putting puzzles together 💖 #12DaysGiveaway

  • Gia Lac says:

    Favourite holiday memory was being able to see my parents for Christmas!

  • Nelle says:

    My favorite childhood memory was creating homemade sweets with my family

  • Jae says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when my baby sister gave me a bag of coins that she saved up. That may have been her first gift to me ever.

  • Ngoc says:

    Helping my mom preparing new year dinner.

  • Rosaura says:

    Another fav holiday memory was last year’s holiday season that I spent in Mexico with family. My room was so cozy since it opens up to our patio and garden. I would play my favorite songs when I was alone, it was a jolly time 🤗🤗🤗

  • Julia says:

    Staring at Christmas lights with childlike wonder!

  • Rosaura says:

    My other fav holiday memory is I had a room with a view of the city. Seeing the frosty traffic while I was bundled up & cozy inside.

  • Cielo M says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waiting for the clock to strike 12am and opening my Christmas presents!

  • Rosaura says:

    My fav memory was christmas of 2010, smelling the piney smell of our christmas tree that year, the smell of the sugar cookie candle that was burning in my room, the cozy fleece pjs I wear that season and the cozy feeling of my family members spending the holiday.

  • Lauren Krenik says:

    My favorite holiday moment was when my family got our puppy around Thanksgiving 9 years ago

  • Heidi says:

    My favorite holiday memory is decorating the house and tree for the holidays. My whole family gets together and we spend the whole morning and afternoon decorating as we please! It’s great activity that really brings us together and its fun too!

  • Henrietta says:

    I really liked having large family meals in my childhood my grandparents telling stories of old holidays..l

  • Donna says:

    I has to be the gift opening time where everyone is gathered and opens their gifts at the same time.

  • LeAnn Forystek says:

    Before opening gifts, my dad would always read the Christmas story from the Bible. As kids, my siblings and I couldn’t wait for him to finish reading, but as we got older we would want this part of Christmas day to last forever. It is something I miss now living so far from family.

  • Loanne says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up early on Christmas day and smelling my grandma baking something!

  • Jess says:

    My favourite holiday memory was from last year, when my sister and her family moved back to town and we got to celebrate Christmas together again!

  • Madeline says:

    Favorite holiday memory is baking cookies with my mom and grandma. So fun and delicious!

  • Jennifer Ashley says:

    My favorite holiday memory is decorating my parents house so the interior and exterior scream holiday. My mom always has an eye for decorating, which I now do in my own apartment!

  • Alice says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when we had a white christmas and our whole family went sledding. My brother and I were college students at the time, but we were home for the holidays. We all went outside (including the dog) and went sledding and had so much fun!

  • Krystal says:

    Finding presents under our Christmas tree on Christmas mornings. We don’t do this anymore because my brother and I are old enough to get our own presents haha

  • Bridget says:

    Opening presents under my grandma’s Christmas tree with the big colorful lights and fresh snow falling

  • Ellie says:

    Just came back here to show my friend this post! I think she wants this for her christmas present haha.

  • Tina says:

    Favorite childhood memory is waking up to helping my mom cook and bake everything for our relatives and then being able to serve and deliver some of the food to homeless shelters.

  • Diana says:

    My favorite holiday memory is being reunited with my siblings in the Philippines! I moved there for a year and hadn’t seen them in months, but they came to visit. It reinforced how truly grateful I am for them.

  • lauren Schrader says:

    My favorite holiday memory was going on vacation with my family. nothing beats being around family. That trip was a blessing.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Audrey says:

    My favorite holiday memory is of my sister and I coming up with and cooking an entire dinner feast for our parents with over 10 dishes using a budget of $100. We told them to get out of the house and be back at 7pm sharp, and it was one of the best meals ever.

    Velveteencockroach

  • Mrs. Paschal says:

    fave memory is going to Thailand with my whole fam and riding an elephant

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Emilie says:

    my favorite holiday memory was from my childhood. i believed in santa and thought I had seen him carrying presents into the living room. opening presents the morning after for some reason left an impression that i still remember to this day… i guess it goes to show how excited and happy i was!

  • Vanessa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending christmas and new years in Argentina, with lovely company.

  • Tiffany says:

    One of my favorite memories is going on a 4-day Disney trip with my family around the holiday season a couple years ago!
    Love~ Tiff ❤️

  • nicoledepenning@yahoo.com says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is mum coming to see us and showing up with a new ten speed and a faux fur coat! It was wonderful on so many levels! ❤️

  • Kenyetta Hudson says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I attended a festival of lights as a child. It took place in a huge park, and cars would drive through to see all kinds of Christmas lights. I also got the chance to donate canned goods. #12DaysofChriselle

  • Khaki says:

    My first time watching the Christmas Spectacular in radio city!

  • Vanessa Wang says:

    My favourite and most memorable holiday memory would be when my husband proposed to me on Christmas eve. In fact, I’ve loved every single Christmas that I remember. It’s a lot of time spent with family. I’m the eldest grandchild on my mums side, and it’s a lot of fun spending time with my all my younger cousins each Christmas. They grow up too fast!

  • Lee Vang says:

    Best holiday memory was when the family got together to celebrate.

  • Paola says:

    My favorite memory is traveling to South America with my family to spend the holidays there; we were a group of eight and getting there was no easy feat. It was so magical getting to experience holiday traditions in our family’s home country and being with our family overseas.

  • Jessica H. says:

    My favorite holiday memory was my first Christmas in Canada, where I experienced my very first White Christmas! It was so beautiful and such an irreplaceable memory. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Rachel says:

    meeting my boyfriends family for the first time, in europe!

  • Aleksandra says:

    Decorating the Christmas tree and listening to Christmas carols

  • Tania Dawood says:

    My favorite holiday memory is growing up in South Africa we would only get new clothes before Christmas and so this was the best time of the year for myself and my sisters and brothers. My mom would also prepare this big Christmas meal days before Christmas and she would go all out making the best food and deserts. My favorite memory of my dad during the holidays is he would take all five kids and we would go pick out the real Christmas tree and I will always remember the aroma of a real Christmas tree brings back many fond childhood memories.

  • Susie Nguyen says:

    We don’t celebrate Christmas back in my home country unfortunately 🙁 But we always know how to keep the ‘Christmas vibe’ alive in our house. We don’t have fancy decorations, but a tree would always be there; every morning I would wake up to the sound of Christmas carols from the stereo; … Ho Chi Minh City’s temperature usually gets down to 18°C (it’s quite chilly for us tbh) but those small things always kept me warm ♡

    XO

  • Jackie Do says:

    When I was little, my mom used to always take my sister and me to see light displays in a neighborhood in Pasadena. I always looked forward to going to see the houses decked out with a beautiful display of lights because we weren’t able to decorate our place festively. #12DaysGiveaway #12DaysofCHRISelle

  • Jamie says:

    My favorite holiday memory would be when we had a huge family reunion and got to see all our cousins.
    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Lisa says:

    Every Xmas my family goes for a walk along the beach.

  • Jackie Do says:

    When I was little, my mom used to always take my sister and me to see light displays in a neighborhood in Pasadena. I always looked forward to going to see the houses decked out with beautiful lights because we weren’t able to decorate our place festively. #12DaysGiveaway #12DaysofCHRISelle

  • Cass tang says:

    When I went on a winter camping trip with my family in Iceland. So so memorable

  • Morgan says:

    Decorating the christmas tree with my family every year!

  • Carol Alice Toniste says:

    One of my favorite holiday memories might be from last year. We couldn’t find a date that suited for everyone to get together and celebrate holidays, besides that my grandmother didn’t feel so well and told us to not do a huge party at her place like every year. Instead we had the get together at my aunt’s with half of the family missing and it was on evey family to stop by at gradmas around the holidays. The day we decided to stop by for a quick tea turned out to fit for everybody on the last minute. So in the end we all brough a little something to nibble on and had a lovely lunch at gradmas talking and laughing and looking at old photo albums. 💛

  • Alice says:

    Skiing with my family

  • Dani says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the year I spent in South Korea with my family!

  • Probably the time my great grandmother cursed at Christmas dinner. 😂🎅🏼🍴 Let me explain… so we have a HUGE family. I mean we have kids coming out of everywhere, but that’s what keeps the holiday’s so interesting. 😂😝 To keep a long story short basically we were trying to trick our grandma 👵🏼 and hijacked her famous holiday ham. (I know, it was a bad idea..) we snuck it into another room and waited to see how long it would take anyone to notice. 😎 Unlucky for us it took a lot longer than anticipated and the dogs ended up finding the ham before any of the adults did… lol. We were all basically grounded for a year. 🙄🙄 but it’s still such a funny memory. We tell that story every year now. 😂🤗

  • J. Claire says:

    Love the watch!!

    Favorite Holiday memory is spending it with family.. I know that’s pretty broad…but that’s what I love every Christmas

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • J. C. says:

    Favorite memory is receiving my first bike for Christmas

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Claire says:

    Loving this watch Chriselle!!!

    Favorite Holiday memory is spending Christmas eve in our house and celebrating Noche Buena

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jacquelyn says:

    This is awesome👌

    Favorite memory is my first snow and white Christmas with my fam here in TN..

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Mrs. Paschal says:

    Love Tommy!

    Love that watch Chriselle!

    Fave memory is when my granpa plays Santa in our neighborhood

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Andrea Nguyen says:

    One of my favorite holiday memories was caravan-ing with friends down the CA coast

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • maria chen says:

    Best memory: party with friends and family together with so many yummy food.

  • Jackie Do says:

    When I was little, my mom used to always take my sister and me to see light displays in Pasadena. I always looked forward to going to see the houses decked out with beautiful lights because we weren’t able to decorate our place festively. #12DaysGiveaway #12DaysofCHRISelle

  • Raya maraqa says:

    It will always be my favourite memory , i once asked my classmates to get me ginger cookies, and I was jokingg but they actually got me , each mate got me a dozen of ginger cookies!

  • Alexa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I was very young and had just moved to L.A. my grandmother came to visit for the holidays and gave me a duck umbrella, rain boots and a rain coat. My mom and aunt told her she was crazy for giving that to me, because it’s always sunny in L.A., later that afternoon there was a down pour and my cousin and I spent the afternoon splashing in the rain.

  • Aiza Manalaysay says:

    Best holiday memory is having new years eve in the Philippines because there’s no place like home. It’s so much fun in there.

  • Valerie Siu says:

    First would be spending the holidays with ALL of my family. A really close second would be going to Disney World!!!

  • Jackie Do says:

    When I was little, my mom used to always take my sister and me to see light displays in Pasadena. I always looked forward to going to see the houses decked out with beautiful lights because we weren’t able to decorate our place festively. #12DaysGiveaway #12DaysofCHRISelle

  • Thanh T. says:

    Favorite holiday memory must be when I was a sophomore in college and wasn’t able to come home for the holidays due to working part time to pay rent. My family drove all the way up just to see me and spend the day with me and I really appreciated it.

  • Alicia J says:

    The best memory would have to be last year when all the close cousins from here and interstate sat together on the back patio with hot chocolate and tea just talking about anything and everything. It was pretty cold too so we were all huddled up in blankets HAHHA that was honestly wonderful.

  • Alicia J says:

    I think the best gift would be when our whole family gets together for Christmas and New Years. Our close family fly inter state to be able to spend time together with us. I honestly look forward to it every year it’s so fun when all of us are together sharing everything over hot chocolate and tea in the back patio.

    I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and new year ! Much love xo

  • MilaM says:

    Best holiday memory: waking up on Christmas morning at my grandma’s house with all of my cousins (maybe 14 of us) and having a champagne toast to start the day off while we just all hang out and do our gift exchanges.

  • Ana says:

    Hi Chriselle,

    The best memory was to have all my close family together for the christmas night, gran since past but we still remember her on that day. Her home made sweets were something everyone was looking forward to 🙂

  • Lea Matilde says:

    My favorite holiday memory is me and my friends making a gingerbread house all by our selves last year and melting the sugar without getting burned. I was so proud of us and what a lovely evening it was!

  • Ada says:

    My favorite holiday memory is ice skating with my sister 😀
    #12DaysGiveaway

  • CharleneD says:

    Nice watch and great giveaway!

  • Nubia says:

    Getting a lot more present when I was younger lol

  • Alexis w. says:

    Trying to build igloos in the backyard but they fell in on us

  • Lauryn Payne says:

    Favorite holiday memory has to be eating breakfast with my family after the gifts have been opened and the game is on.

  • april says:

    My parents had a hard rule that we couldn’t wake them up on Christmas morning before 8am. My best memory is my little sister joining me in bed and snuggling while we waited for the clock to hit 8!!

  • Ei Lin says:

    my favourite holiday memory is just spending the day with my family and going to the park
    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Nubia says:

    Craving some delicious Champagne, thanks a lot.

  • Ollie says:

    Going to Lake Tahoe with my best friends the day after Christmas and freezing our butts off. But we found the coolest random birch tree forest which looked aaaahmazing in photos!

  • Danielle Chan says:

    Both watches from this giveaway are lovely

  • Shirley says:

    I went ice skating with my whole family and it was a white Christmas

  • Meibin says:

    My favorite Holiday memory is taking a picture in front of a gigantic Christmas tree in our church that we do every year.

  • Tina says:

    Picking and lighting our christmas tree

  • Miriam Mekhane says:

    My favorite memory is the one where we were opening Christmas presents with our family, I was sitting on my father’s lap and I got my very own first watch. I didn’t know the time back then but then my father and I spend the Christmas day learning it! *Hugs*

  • Sarah Traurig says:

    My favourite holiday memory is simple. I remember having moved to the US and experiencing my first christmas there. It was truely magical. The entire month of December I got to experience what it was like to celebrate christmas the american way. From the holiday parties, the christmas decorations in all the front yards, the first time going carolling throughout the neighbourhood to sitting on Santa’s lap for the first time and telling him my christmas wish. It was so magical and undescribaple that it still fills my heart and soul with so much happiness and has made Christmas my favourite time of year since then.

  • Katerina Christopoulou says:

    Going to Egypt with my entire family.
    Xo ❄

  • Slavka says:

    Parents ringing the bell every time child Jesus left the presents under the Xmas tree for us.. in Slovakia child Jesus brings presents (as he was born on 24th as the tradition says)

  • Joanne says:

    My favorite holiday memory is sleeping under the Christmas tree the days leading up to Christmas and staying past midnight to open Christmas presents on Christmas Eve with family.

  • Christine Ahn says:

    My favorite holiday memory is gathering with family and sitting down and enjoying each other’s company. Talking while eating and opening presents together.

  • Sofia Ling says:

    I remember when I spent my holiday with my friends in Milan, it was memorable

  • Natsumi says:

    favorite memory is when i believed in santa and i would write letters to him

  • Ashley Wong says:

    My favorite holiday memory is drinking hot coco with friends while each person opens up his or her gift in a circle =)

  • Vanessa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the time shared with my cousin.

  • Zornitsa says:

    Hi Chriselle,

    My favorite holiday memory must be the one where my uncle came home on Christmas Eve with a small basket, and inside of it was my first cat Alexander!

  • Jeana Lim says:

    Favorite holiday memories are the children’s play on Christmas Day. One year my oldest and husband did a musical from PK Kids with the youth group and it was so funny and memorable that we talk about it every year.

  • Noelle rey-hipolito says:

    One of my favorite memories is celebrating Christmas Eve every year at my grandparents (who have both passed RIP and very greatly missed) in south city with all my family and just being so happy to spend quality time together cooking, caroling, sharing gifts, playing games and of course lots of picture taking!

  • Mrs. Paschal says:

    Tommy Hilfiger is a classic favorite for me too.

    Love the all American feel to their clothes and products.

    Favorite holiday memory is my first sledding and snow experience in Australia with my sister

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • J. Claire says:

    Love the cashmere and the watch!

    Favorite Holiday memory is when my grandma is still alive and we would make cookies together.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • J. C. says:

    Love the pants! So chic!
    The watch is beautiful!

    Favorite Holiday memory is spending it with family in Thailand and riding on elephants!

    #12daysgiveaway

  • Jacquelyn says:

    Love the sweater Chriselle!

    The watch is stunning too!! ❤❤

    Favorite holiday memory is when all the members of the family are together and spending some quality time at home, playing games and opening gifts.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Claire P says:

    Favorite memory is when my mom would host Christmas parties in our house and Grandpa would be our Santa

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Xenia says:

    I always loved the christmas tree and decorations.. I was always happy doing the decorations ..

  • Leira says:

    My favorite holiday memories are the times when we went to Church on the 24th back in my Hometown. Our whole family would fill one seat row and we end up having neighbors and friends sitting near because the community is so small. I don’t have that here in the city where I live so it’s kind of bittersweet 🙂

  • Alicia says:

    Being in Okinawa last Christmas with my husband and baby still in womb! 🙂

  • Ana says:

    Regal vibes.

    Favourite holiday memory? It would be one of the Christmas when I was very young, I was trapped outside, sitting on top of the playground watching the whole neighbourhood buried in 3 feet of white, it felt absolutely chilling, figuratively and literally.

  • Julie says:

    That watch🙀
    My favourite memory would definitely be when I was little and my parents were still together, they once grew a big Christmas party and I still remember how everyone I loved was there and that my parents were together

  • Hli says:

    My favorite holiday memory was just last year! Now that I am older I am able to give to the little babies in my family and to see them open their gift with bid wide smiles makes me so happy. I will always cherish it.

  • Sharmayne A says:

    My favourite holiday memory is meeting my boyfriend’s family for the first time. It was lovely to feel like I had a big family and experiencing every Christmas tradition for the first time.

  • Ivana says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending time with family.

  • Domitille says:

    I really love Tommy Hilfiger ! It is such a beautiful brand.

    My favourite holidays memory was in France. I was with a friend and did not came back for a while. One day we’ve decided to visit chateaus next to Paris. We came back and in the village was the best bakerie ever. I took in just one day 4 kilograms because I ate so many cakes. They were the best cakes ever! And the village got at the same day a jazz competition. I’ve loved it! It was really great !!!

  • Jennifer says:

    Favorite holiday memory was making an igloo with my friends in their parent’s front yard. All four of us could fit in it!

  • Karin Kam says:

    My favourite memory is setting up our family Christmas tree every year with my sister.

  • Geena says:

    One of my favourite holiday memories is going to the theatre with my family as a kid. We would always go see a play or a ballet during the holidays!

  • Vivian wan says:

    Fav holiday memory is spending time with family from around the world

  • Helen Le says:

    We have family tradition of visiting my aunts house and just eating, spending time with each other, exchanging gifts, and just having everyone around. My fondest memory was when we almost set the house on fire because the adults were eating hotpot. That was also the first year by boyfriend meet the family. lol

  • Natalia says:

    My favourite holiday memory is when i want to catch my cute rabbit (her name was Szarusia) and i was running aroud in the room. Then, suddenly, my Christmas Tree fell on me. Reaction of my grandmother was so hilarious, so i will be remember it tor the rest of my life!

  • My favorite Christmas memory is with my family when I was 5. It was the roughest year for us, but my dad wanted to bless us, so he got a small Christmas tree and let us decorate it with sparkly ornaments. It’s a small memory of how much my dad loved us back then and how much he’s lived his life for us to be happy.

  • Tolu Stowe says:

    My favorite holiday memory is dancing with my cousins on Christmas eve. We would always have a little dance party in our pjs while movies played and the adults hung out in the kitchen. We still dance when we get together to this day.

  • Colette says:

    My girls taking pictures with Santa.

  • Alexa says:

    One of my favorite holiday memories is when my friend and I each got clothes from Hollister/Abercrombie and were so obsessed with our new clothes we wore them everyday! We were neighbors so hanging out everyday over break we always had on our new clothes.

  • Olympia Granados says:

    My favorite holiday memory/memories are when my family and I attend the midnight mass at our local church.

  • Sandy says:

    My favorate holiday memory is christmas of 2014. I spent it in NYC with a few friends. We saw the tree and even though it was freezing it was so fun.

  • Athena says:

    My favourite Holiday memory is the sharing the Gospel to others and the birth of Jesus the messiah. xoxo, Athena

  • Heidi Kim says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up to a handful of presents under the Christmas tree. I would always sip on a cup of hot chocolate while opening the presents and listening to holiday carols. You look stunning, Chriselle!

  • Lily says:

    This is such a classic piece that can be worn dressed up or down. It will be a great addition any holiday event 🙂

    • Lily says:

      My favorite holiday memory was staying up all night and talking about life with my siblings. We rarely get to do this since we live across the country from one another, so it was fond memory of mine.

  • Stephanie Fan says:

    Favourite holiday memory was when we first immigrated to North America, on our first Christmas we received lots of free goodies from the Food Bank including a mini Christmas Tree!! I was so happy!!!

  • Nana says:

    My favorite holiday memory is watching the delight in my son’s eyes when opening gifts on Christmas morning.

  • Juliet says:

    Favorite holiday memory is the time we hosted a Christmas gathering and it was filled with so much love and great times with family & friends. It’s also one of the time my mom was there to celebrate with us. The laughs we had together and how happy we were as a family then, how much it still touches my heart now and a memory I’ll never let myself forget.

  • Lesli says:

    My favorite memory was when I was 6 years old and being reunited with my dad and finally having a family dinner for Christmas.

  • Caren C. says:

    My favorite holiday memory would have to be being able to go to the snow with my family. It’s been years since I’ve last seen snow with my own eyes. Hopefully we’ll be able to go this year!

  • Luna says:

    Getting my first Christmas tree. Even without presents it was fun just to finally have one.

  • Clara says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I adopted a new puppy two years ago from a local shelter! I still can’t forget my sister’s face when I first introduced our new puppy to her!

  • Valerie Siu says:

    Other than spending time with my whole family, nothing could beat Disney World on the holidays!!!!!

  • Valerie Siu says:

    My favorite memory is spending the holidays with my whole family on a cruise. Let me tell you… that is a feat because we are all scattered around the world.

  • Andreea Ion says:

    Probably all the holiday memories when I was a child. Everything seemed much more christmassy back then.

  • Claire P. says:

    That gold watch is so beautiful!

    Favorite Holiday memory is when my boyfriend came to our place and asked my parents if he can marry me;)

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • J Claire says:

    Love this grey sweater and pants!! So classy and work chic appropriate!
    Love your style !

    #12daysgiveaway

  • Jacquelyn Paschal says:

    Holiday family photo shoots are my favorite memory

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Mrs. Paschal says:

    Favorite holiday memory is when my cousins came to visit to celebrate in Vegas

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • JC says:

    I love your rings!!!!

    #12daysgiveaway

  • Mariana says:

    This is kind of a funny story. My family and I were on holiday in California. We stayed at my aunt’s house but she went on a cruise on December 24th, she gave us a gift certificate for a turkey. We ended up picking the damn bird super late for dinner and it turned out to be a freaking frozen huge turkey. Long story short we ended up having pumpkin pie for dinner and playing Uno the rest of the night. Truth is this is the worst/best Christmas ever.

  • Chrissy says:

    My favorite holiday memory so far is visiting NYC during this time, so many decorations and lots to do.

  • Andreea says:

    Favourite memory: when my mom and dad were holding me in their arms on the balcony to see the fireworks. <3

  • winnie lam says:

    Fav holiday memory is playing snowball fight with all the kids in the neighborhood!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Winnie says:

    My favourite holiday memory is spending the day at my grandma’s house, playing mah jong with her & my little cousins.

  • justin tan says:

    Christmas at grandpa’s and grandma’s house. I’d camp in the living room with my other cousins. it was really fun. miss those days really much #12DaysGiveaway

  • Ashanti Emily says:

    My best Christmas memory I have is convincing my dad to let me open one present on Christmas Eve, as a sort of sneak peek! #12DaysGiveaway

  • julie jeong says:

    My favorite holiday memory is a s the first secret Santa party with my closest pals.

  • Lydia Lowe says:

    My favorite holiday memory is making lefse and chex mix every year and watching all the classic christmas movies!

  • Queenie Lui says:

    Had Christmas dinner gathering with my familes and extended families all years!!!

  • Jessica says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my now husband (then boyfriend) surprised me at my house because he wanted to give me my gift on Christmas and spend some time with me. We only got to spend 10 minutes together that day but I appreciated his effort.

  • Emily says:

    My favorite Holiday memory is getting together with my mom’s side of the family and celebrating Christmas!

  • Mindy says:

    Hello again, my favorite Christmas memory will be one Christmas on 2010, I have my college besties came NYC to visit! We spent the night walk on the fifth ave, we were just walking nonstop; chatting and enjoy the Christmas lighting on the street! Great memory will never forget!

  • Denise says:

    My favourite holiday memory was when was with my entire family 😻

  • I also looove Tommy Hilfiger for their timeless clothes*-* Especially gigs collection is insane!

  • Jessica says:

    Hi Christelle!

    My favorite holiday memory is when I got to spend it in London with my parents and my sister, and we got to see Les Miserables on Piccadilly Circus! It was an amazing night. I am a musical lover and seeing Les Miserables was one of my biggest dreams. I can still remember how the voices of the actors singing could echo in my chest.

    Love you!

  • Winnie says:

    My favorite holiday memory is setting up the christmas tree, decorating the house for the holiday season, and opening the presents on Christmas day. 🙂

  • Tiffany says:

    My favourite holiday moment was when one year I decided to be that annoying gift wrapped and wrapped the presents in obnoxious paper and in a few different boxes. We did end up saving some of that wrapping paper, but it was so much fun to watch them struggle when they think it’s the last box but it’s really not lol

  • Miranda says:

    My favourite is also my most devious… this must have been the year when I started to doubt Santa’s reliability or something, because I was half sure that he wasn’t coming. So, I just got up, snuck downstairs, and I remember seeing the most beautiful spread of new gifts I could have possibly hoped for. Looking back, Christmas had clearly taken on a very materialistic vibe in my head haha.

  • Gabriela says:

    spending time with my family and cousins

  • Elaine Kwan says:

    Looking forward to quality time with friends and family. The food. And some awesome gifts

  • Lucia says:

    Surfing with my boyfriend
    Xo

  • EUNJI says:

    My favourite holiday memory is hosting family Christmas lunch with my brother in our new apartment, and my parents having such a blast kicking up their feet.

  • J. Claire says:

    Love cashmere!

    Such a great post.

    My favorite memory is going home to see my grandparents for Christmas. This is when my grandmother was still alive.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Anne-Cédrique Philippe says:

    Hi Chriselle and all the team!
    Isn’t cachemere the best when it comes to cold long night during winter ?
    My favorite Christmas memroy was probablythat time when we went to the Alps (in France), in our chalet, and it started to heavily snow outside. Everything was so perfect at that moment, the fire, and the christmas song. It was truly magical.
    Have a happy holiday with your family!
    AC

  • Luvena says:

    It’s was a 3 weeks Switzerland and Austria trip with my parents and auntie. Fun memories of us doing clay face masks and taking pics together after a full day of exploring.

  • Camille says:

    Favourite holiday memory ?
    I think making the christmas tree with my mum, dad, little sister & brother, which we don’t do anymore, but used to be very fun !

    XX
    Camille

  • Maddalena says:

    My favorite memory of Christmas? not one, actually, but every Christmas when they were still present all: grandparents, uncles and friends that today, however, I can only kiss in my dreams! 😙😙😙😙

  • Anh says:

    My favorite holiday memory was playing with snow first time ever when I was 16, which is 8yrs ago.

  • Ness T says:

    My favourite holiday memory is spending time downtown Toronto skating, and eating different deserts from food trucks. Being around such a warming energy such as downtown Toronto will always be my favourite.

  • Theodora says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when we moved in our new house 8 years ago right before Christmas! I will always remember that Christmas! 🌲🌲🌲🌲

  • Jessica L says:

    Favorite memory is all my siblings and I watching home alone and the Santa Claus movie every Christmas Eve

  • Giselle Monroy says:

    When my sister looked in the back of the van and found all the presents from “santa claus.”

    We told our parents about the early gifts and then we had the talk.

    #santaclausisntreal?!

  • Claudia says:

    My favorite holiday memory is from when I was a child: my mother and I baked a cake for Christmas together for the first time. I was young and clumsy, so the kitchen looked quite messy by the end of the baking! It was one of the best cakes I’ve ever had: light, sweet, made with care by my mother and me.

  • Nadia says:

    My family and I moved from Brazil to the United States in the year 2000. During that Holiday season, we took a family trip to New York. This trip was memorable for me because I saw snow for the first time in my life, and also the first time I got to see so many beautiful lightings! 😀 This was definitely my favorite Holiday memory! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Amry says:

    The first time I celebrated Christmas is my favorite memory.

  • Martha says:

    I always cry during new years eve when i was a baby. So weird lol but its my fave memory

  • Weiwei xu says:

    I love the style you have in this photos! My memorable Christmas moment was in Oregon with my mom’s friend’s family! We went to cross country ski and rent a house there, we cooked Chinese hot pot and played games together. It was a very precious time!

  • JY says:

    When my brother was in preschool and I was in high school, christmas morning seeing his innocent face light up when opening presents.

  • Diana Cote says:

    I think my favorite Christmas memory asides from the ones with my daughter are when I was about 13 and I remember the house being all lit up and smelling fantastic. My mom and dad gave me my first make up kit and a hair dryer and I felt so big and femenine. It’s also a memory with my dad I can think back on before I grew up up and he passed away from cancer.

  • Helen wang says:

    I live in Australia, and so Christmas holidays are always in summer. One of my favorite memories is from childhood where our family would go camping with family friends. The kids would go for walks, play in the river, trying to catch crickets. It was always hot but always brings a smile to my face.

  • Sandy says:

    Favorite memory would be secret santa when I was in college. Buying gift for someone and, getting a gift from someone you don’t expect.

  • Nissa says:

    Best holiday memory is coming home from midnight mass to open presents and watching the Christmas story on TBS until we fall asleep!

  • Lily N says:

    Thank you Tommy Hilfiger for donating! As for favorite holiday memory… there are so many but one of my favorite is my first. It was the epitome of the holiday spirit.

  • Terri Ly says:

    My favorite Holiday memory is feeling waking up on Xmas and seeing that Santa ate my cookies! And, having everyone go around to open their presents.
    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Bumblebee says:

    Favourite one would be when everyone wore Christmas jumper and now it’s a must have thing every Christmas and we vote for the best Christmas jumper 😂 And opening the gifts are always fun!

  • Vanessa says:

    Open gifts , eating talking and having a good time with family and friends

  • SK says:

    secret santa gift exchange with my closest friends, looking at our own personalized, hand picked gifts. so much love!

  • Afreen says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going to the Elf musical on Broadway, it was such an amazing experience!

  • Leigh says:

    One time, on a beach in St. Petersburg, Fl, a seagull stole a sandwich out of Dennis’ hand and it was a majestic Christmas Day.

  • Aziza says:

    My favorite and cherished holiday memory is when I was a kid I would play outside with neighbor kids for hours. We’d make snowman and play snow fights and then mom would call me for dinner and when I entered the house my pink cheeks and nose would feel very hot cause I was outside for so long. Childhood memories will be kept forever.

  • Heidi Soto says:

    My fav holiday memory is when I first saw snow for the first time! Snowed for 3 days straight and school was cancelled

  • Shweta says:

    Hi,
    I travelled to Scotland with my husband and my Labrador . She saw snow for the first time. All her life she lived in India. I can’t even tell you how happy and fascinated she was when she stepped on snow. I have never seen my husband laugh so much. Man! What a stellar day..

  • Cat says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is Christmas 2014 when my fiancé proposed! 🙂

  • Jen says:

    My favorite memory is when my mama, mom was alive, we had christmas dinner all as a big family.

  • Xin Ben says:

    My favourite holiday memory is spending time with my parents next to the fireplace with a warm cup of tea in my hand and some homemade desserts.

  • Allison D. says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going sledding at this bowl shaped park in Utah with my family! It was incredibly fun for someone who doesn’t experience a white winter.

  • Sharon Meng says:

    My favourite holiday memory was spending it with family and have a very traditional chinese meal rather than American style.

  • Karina S. says:

    I got close to my friends during the christmas market on campus. It was amazing, I was so far away from home but the atmosphere of the market made me feel at home!

  • Joanna G. says:

    my favorite memory is making christmas cookies with my family!

  • Shirley says:

    My favorite is the first time we bought and decorated a tree!

  • Chrissy says:

    Spending babymoon & Christmas overseas with the hubby.

  • Cecilia says:

    Bringing my husband home for the first time for xmas!

  • Ana says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I was younger and still lived in my country. I would get together with all my family and spend a lot of time together. Back home the holiday spirit was awesome!

  • Geena says:

    One of my favourite holiday memories is from when I was in middle school. When it started getting close to the holidays my mom would pick me up from dance class and we would drive around our neighbourhood and look at the Christmas lights and decorations on people’s front yards.

  • Mish says:

    My fav holiday memory was spending my first xmas with my husband as a married couple for the 1st time as we usually have christmas apart. 😳😳😳

  • Julia Chau says:

    My favourite holiday memory is when we went to Niagara Falls as a family from christmas eve to boxing day, spent time togethee just enjoying the view, eating and shopping

  • Ulima vieira says:

    My grandmother preparing the star of the night: mr turkey!

  • julia says:

    Definitely unwrapping presents with my kids – that’s just so much joy every year!!!

  • Shivani Gupta says:

    Favorite holiday memory is making sugar cookies with the family.

  • Lady Snowdrop says:

    Spending time at the christmas market of our city and devouring all the delicious food there.

  • exoticlemonade says:

    My favorite holiday memory must be the first time my friends and I had a pre christmas dinner where we all did secret santa and enjoyed each others’s companies. Now that i finished school i realize how important those little events are.

  • Safia Baantar says:

    The time u get to open the gifts damn u get to see everybody s reaction to the gifts it is priceless 😂😂😂😁

  • Heidi says:

    My favorite holiday memories include times when I would get together with family and friends, eat lots of delicious food, and then usually go watch a Christmas movie in the theaters– 🙂

  • Stephany says:

    My favorite holiday memory is believing in the magic of Christmas.

  • Jan L. says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going on a cruise to the Bahamas with my family for Christmas.

  • lauren says:

    My favorite memory is the Gingerbread House making contest that my family holds every year. Every year, we all come together to build a creative house using just icing, graham crackers, and candy! After 4 hours, we judge each others and fill in a ballot to determine the winner. And the winner gets his or her name stenciled on a styrofoam gingerbread man cut out. It’s a fun tradition that always brings the family close together.

  • Karina says:

    My favorite Holiday memory is decorating a Christmas tree with my mom! So nostalgic 🙂

  • Tina Yan says:

    I have way too many fun holiday moments, but one of my favourite one is probably having a huge dinner at my friends house and just relaxing and playing video games ^^

  • Jane Pao says:

    My favorite memory is 10 years ago when my little sister arrived. It was the best present ever, she obvious wanted to join on the celebration,

  • Eunji says:

    My favorite holiday memory happened when I was young and it snowed for the first time in Georgia. My family went outside to make a snowman, had a small snowball fight and when we got back into the house, we opened presents that were under the Christmas tree while drinking hot cocoa and just enjoying each other’s company. Thank you so much for this #12DaysGiveaway Chriselle and for the contributions that you make for baby2baby!

  • Romi Q says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the day we would get our Christmas tree. When my dad brought it in the house it smelled so fresh and fragrant. It was so exciting to decorate and know Christmas truly was here.

  • Heidi Rigney says:

    The Nutcracker ballet at Lincln Center, NYC

  • Pamela Nina says:

    When I was very young, my 2 aunts told me about Santa Claus and his gifts giveaways. At that time, I just got my ears pierced and I prayed so hard that I will get a pair of star-shaped earrings from Santa Claus. Guess what? A pair of gold star-shaped stud earrings in my stocking on Christmas morning. Now I’m much older, I still believe in Santa Claus (and Chriselle 😘).

  • Ana says:

    I live far away from my extended family, so my favourite holiday memories include those holidays that I was able to spend with as much family as possible

  • Diana says:

    Favorite memory was snowed in for a couple days! Fireplace, fun food and family.

  • QueenieLuk says:

    My favorite memories was at the end of the Christmas Holiday, my dad will bring me a Christmas doll (a deer or snowman or Santa ) from his shop! Though he did not do so as I have grown up but the memory stays warm till now!

  • Lynn T. says:

    I use to go to church when I was younger and I loved helping to cook for the Sunday Christmas meals for the congregation and also for the soup kitchen

  • Victoria C. says:

    Thank you Chriselle for the giveaway! I love your style and blog.

  • Cindy says:

    Favorite holiday memory is driving through neighborhoods filled with Christmas lights!

  • Sandra says:

    My favourite memory is when all my family went to my grandma’s home… aunts + cousins and we were all together and my grandma gave is half Suchard portion!!!! Yuuuum!!

  • Diane says:

    Face memory was when father cooked Christmas dinner — never have I tastes better mashed potato. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Stacey says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I was young and it snowed for the first time in Georgia. My family went outside to make a snowman, had a small snowball fight and when we got back into the house, we opened presents that were under the Christmas tree while drinking hot cocoa and just enjoying each other’s company. Thank you so much for this #12DaysGiveaway Chriselle and for the contributions that you make for baby2baby!

  • Jagjit says:

    One Christmas Eve we got robbed and it wasn’t the best but we left and stayed with my aunt she ordered presents overnight and filled the tree with presents for us too I don’t know how she did it I really don’t it was real magic Xx

  • Rachel Proto says:

    Christmas Eve at my grandparents house with my whole family

  • Alexis w says:

    3. To spend more time with family and friends 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧

  • Jennifer E says:

    My favorite memory would be when we got my lil girl’s ears pierced Xmas eve and having it somehow fall out on Xmas day! Everyone was looking for this tiny little earring (eventually found it in a gift bag!). It was so stressful at the time but so funny now!

  • Amanda says:

    time to see family and spend some time at home. I’m never home because I study abroad and it’s always nice to finally be home!

  • Karen says:

    My all-time favorite holiday memory is when my family and I took a vacation to Paris, and we celebrated Christmas cruising down the Seine, staring up at the brilliant Eiffel tower, snuggled in our blankets and sweaters, and sipping hot cocoa without another worry in the world…I wanna go back <3

  • Karen says:

    I don’t really have a favourite holiday memory. I guess they’re all memorable in their own way.

  • Eunah says:

    Receiving a gift from fake Santa in kindergarden in Korea. Also a day that Santa does not exist! But my spirit is high 😊

  • Ananda Wattimena says:

    My favorite holiday memory was every year in elementary when I made a Christmas list of everything I wanted under the tree 😊

  • Beautiful watch !!!

    When I was a kid my dad would dress up as santa claus and bring presents for me and my sister. As we grew older, we started to finger out it wasn’t santa but our dad, but we didn’t say anything, since we really appreciated the gesture from him, going through all this trouble to dress up. We wanted to keep the christmas tradition. Now he doesn’t do it any longer, he stoped many years ago, but we’re still laughing at the memories and the fact of him dressing up in the bathroom and jumping out the window to come knock the door as santa.

    X, Sara Kirstine
    http://www.sarakirstine.com

  • Kim says:

    My favorite holiday memories consists of going door-to-door in my neighborhood to Christmas carol in the Philippines with my sister and cousins. We always made our instruments out of things we can find on the streets, like cans, metal beer caps, saran wrap. Then we would split whatever we got at the end of the night, and go again in the morning. 😊

  • Maggie Zheng says:

    Yearly trip to NYC to just reminisce childhood!

  • Imola says:

    My fav xmas memory: my grandparents used to live very far from us in a small Transylvanian mountain village. We never really had big celebrations with the whole family together and we never used to visit them in the winter. But there was one year when we went to spend xmas with them, and it was snowy and cold, with church and my grandma singing and it was wonderful.

  • Jenny says:

    I have many fond holiday memories, but I will go with my most recent favourite.

    My mom passed away 5 years ago, and didn’t have the chance to meet the man I fell in love with. I met him a year after she passed. 3 years ago I brought my boyfriend to my childhood home and we spent the holidays with my dad and brother. It was the first Christmas he spent with my family. That Christmas Eve I got to watch old family videos and share them with my boyfriend. I loved being able to show him the woman I adore, the one who I’m constantly talking about. It was such a special Christmas for me.

  • Valentina says:

    This will be my first Christmas without my fanily since I’m travelling and working around Australia and they will be in Italy. Time seams to fly when you are happy but probably this year having such a wonderful watch could be the solution to the festivity blue! I mean, who want to spend Christmas without family??

  • Mai says:

    Don’t know if this counts as a holiday memory, but my favorite was New Years last year. I went ice skating and watched the fireworks in downtown city square. I was freezing, but it was definitely worth it.

  • annie says:

    My parents were raised in Asia so they didn’t really get into the whole Christmas thing, but my sister and I taught my little brother about Santa and his reindeers, leaving milk and cookies out for him. So when he would go to sleep, my sis and I would sneak to the living room and leave gifts for him, and we would eat cookies and drink the milk. My brother was so excited when he woke up the next day and saw that Santa has come by.

  • Rajaa says:

    When I was a little girl, I had my eyes set on a pair of platform sandals (what can I say, I’ve always loved shoes). The heels were clear and had sparkles floating in them like a little snow globe. I instantly fell in love with them and know they needed to come home with me but my mom thought otherwise. I was forced to leave the store empty handed. The next day, my old brother came home with a box covered in pink wrapping paper. I opened the box and there they were: the shoes I had cried myself to sleep over! 8 year old me had never been happier. Lets just say I never took those shoes for that whole year.

  • Vivien says:

    My favorite Christmas memory was my first Christmas, it was at my boyfriends house with his family and learning about their traditions.

  • Anny says:

    My favorite memory is playing in the snow.
    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Ann says:

    My favorite holiday memory is from my childhood when we actually set up a christmas tree and put presents underneath.

  • Yijo, Lin says:

    My roommate sent me Michael Buble’s Christmas as a gift🌝

  • Margarida says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the making of my first Christmas tree. Although the making itself it’s a tradition, every year something new is added up 🙂

  • Diane says:

    Fave memory is of my dad cooking the entire Christmas meal. Never have I tasted better mashed potato to this day. #12DayGiveaway

  • Sulaxya Lama says:

    Sadly, don’t have one yet that I could quickly think of. 😕

  • Cynthia Z says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my siblings and I all bought animal onesies and wore them to open presents – of course, only the 4 girls wore them but it was still something fun to do and we try to change it up every year!

  • Johana Lopez says:

    My favorite holiday memory is from my childhood. My Dad came to see me on Christmas and gave me a beautiful porcelain doll dressed in beautiful green velvet dress, her whole get up was so Christmas themed. I loved her so much and always made sure to be careful with her whenever I played. To this day I still have her in great condition.

  • Diane says:

    fave memory was when my father cooked Christmas dinner — wonderful food. Never have I tasted better mashed potato.

  • Rosa Contreras says:

    I remember this one time with my mom and other people eating delicious tamales. It wasn’t a regular Christmas but that was my childhood

  • MP says:

    Holiday movie marathons with my family!!!

  • MJ Moore says:

    My favorite holiday memory is baking cookies with my mom!

  • Sandy says:

    Playing in the snow as a child !!

  • Stacy Soares says:

    My favorite holiday memory was watching my aunt (who has now passed away) opening one of her Christmas gifts from my Uncle. It was this enormous box and inside of that box was another box… and another box… and another box until she got to the tiniest box with diamond earrings in it. Great memory and I can still see the expression on her face!

  • claudia yu says:

    christmas travels!

  • Michelle says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my whole family gets together during the holidays to spend time together.

  • Janet says:

    favourite memory would be going to see christmas lights and markets with family at night 🙂

  • Rachel Mutia says:

    Mine would be opening Santa’s + The Three King’s presents together with my family. After we’ve grown up, it stopped being a thing and is something I look forward to when I get my own family.

  • Tyla says:

    My favorite holiday memory was taking my daughter to go see Christmas lights on a street filled with super decked out homes for the first time two years ago when she started walking.

  • Angela says:

    One of my fav. memory would be watching the fireworks in Sydney~

  • Olivia Tan says:

    My favourite memory was my 1st time tried turkey which bought by my father. The curiousity and joy of seeing the turkey. Eating with hand. Together with your loved is the happiness moment that always graft into my heart.

  • SHASTIKA says:

    Hi Chriselle & Chloe bear!
    My favourite holiday memory is remembering that my birthday is just after christmas (29th) and before New year.

    lots of love
    XXX

  • Sunjoo says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when we had our first child. My son was less than a month old and it was a new feeling to celebrate with our new child in our lives.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Annie says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is getting the barbie doll from the Nutcracker. My mom gave it to me and she never buys me gifts for Christmas, so it was extra special!

  • Rita Lobo says:

    My father, who died five years ago, loved having french toast on christmas morning 🙂

  • Pearl says:

    Favorite holiday memory is when I remember decorating the christmas tree for the first time!

  • Cindy says:

    My favorite holidays day memory is giving birth to my lil boys on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day!

  • Wendy E. says:

    Great brand with an all american classic look.

    • Wendy E. says:

      Hmm my favorite Holiday memory is: Caroling at the street corner of Fao Schwartz in NY (about 12 years about) to raise money for the American Red Cross. It was my first time caroling and i’m glad ti was for a wonderful cause.

  • Jules says:

    It’s a pretty watch, alright. Not for me though. For some reason I just get irritated by something around my wrists.
    Mmm maybe a gift for my mum….

    My favourite holidday memory I can recall is the one where I was sick. I was six, I think. Usually, that’d be the cause of a terrible Christmas, but all I can remember is lying on my mum’s lap surrounded by family and family friends while opening my presents. I guess I just like how that atmosphere made something as horrible as being ill on Christmas so much better.

  • Dieu says:

    I live down south in New Orleans and my favorite holiday memory was the one time it snowed on Christmas morning!!! It was a dream come true because it literally never ever snows here.

  • Jacquelyn Claire says:

    Love Tommy Hilfiger!

    Favorite memory, hmm.. I think its when my mom took my sister and I to Australia and we experienced our first snow and sledding.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Claire Paschal says:

    Hi Chriselle!!

    My favorite memory is playing some good board games with my family and just having crazy dares for the one that looses.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Kelly Wang says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I worked in 30 Rock and was able to see the tree everyday!

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  • FUTABAMATSU says:

    My favorite holiday memory was being lucky enough to travel around Europe and sporadically celebrate with locals and so many new people for Christmas and New years

  • Emma says:

    My favorite memory is when my sister and I were little and we woke up in our red flannel pajamas to find our own desks and an easel waiting for us down stairs. We have a home video of it and my little sister was just so adorable with her crazy bed head, holding my moms hand and climbing up to sit on my desk.

  • Iolanda Abreu says:

    Probably being with my family, and with my grandparents that unfortunately can’t be with us anymore :/

  • Julia Kyung says:

    Hey Chriselle! That gold watch is to die for! love their brand and their collab collection with Gigi Hadid!
    My favorite holiday memory … i don’t have one because i think each year is so unique! i love the holidays…

    but if i won your giveaway, this would be my favorite holiday memory hahaha

  • Elisa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when we spent time skiing over the holidays.

  • Anna Yao says:

    Probably spending time with my parents! They’re divorced now so things are a bit different.

  • Whitney says:

    My favourite holiday memory is of my sister and I (when we were much younger) staying up as long as we could on Christmas eve while watching Muppet Christmas Carol on repeat!

  • Stacey says:

    My absolute favorite holiday memory was when I was quite young and it snowed for the first time in Georgia. My family went outside to make a snowman, had a small snowball fight and when we got back into the house, we opened presents that were under the Christmas tree while drinking hot cocoa and just enjoying each other’s company. Thank you so much for this #12DaysGiveaway Chriselle and for the contributions that you make for baby2baby!

  • Catharine says:

    The photo of the fragrance brought a rush of emotions and memories of me entering my 20s! TY for that. I’ll have to stop by their fragrance counter.

  • Vivian says:

    I always spend Christmas back home in Maryland with the entire family on my dad’s side. I can’t remember one specific Christmas that was especially memorable, because all of them have been very special to me.

  • Nurul Bandan says:

    Dear Chriselle,
    Every holiday I have a lot of different kinds of holiday memories that I will never forget. I would mention a few: on 2014 we celebrated the holiday with pranks and laughter with each others jokes and in 2015 where all of us in our school celebrated in the famous where we had different games that were so fun! I hope this year’s holiday will be another one of the best,exciting and fun holiday that we will ever have!

    xoxo,
    Nurul

  • Valeria Lazzaretto says:

    My favourite memory is from when I was little and I couldn’t wait to see what santa bought me!

  • Lily says:

    My favorite holiday memory that still continues is being home all day with family and watching Christmas movies or listening to Christmas songs!

  • Amanda says:

    My favourite holiday memory is getting the christmas tree with my sister and brother.

  • Diana says:

    My favorite holiday would be staying cozy by the fire during our friends’ cabin trip in Lake Tahoe, where we exchanged (and stole) each other’s White Elephant gifts 🙂 That was so much fun!

    Diana | http://www.thechicdiary.com

  • J. Claire says:

    #12DaysGiveaway

    Love this post!!

    Thank you Chriselle for this very generous giveaway! I cannot wait to see more blogposts and learn more of your favorite products!

    Favorite memory is when I got my nursin diploma. My whole family celebrated with me and we all had a Christmas vacation .

    # 12DaysGiveaway

  • Claire Paschal says:

    Sending some love from the East Coast!

    Love this post!! And your rings!! They are amazing!!

    Favorite memory is when my parents welcomed my boyfriend and approved him to be my fiancé 😉

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jacquelyn Claire says:

    Hello! Xoxo from Nashville!

    Favorite memory is when my family all went out to see the huge Christmas lights display near us and just took pictures and stuff.. just simple bonding moment. Now its rare that we are all off from work for the holidays

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Louanne says:

    My favorite holiday memory would be the year where we found our first pet (the cutest little dog!) by the roadside just a few days before Christmas! She gave me the best 15years of her life and I miss every moment of it everyday..

  • Kelly says:

    I remember there was one year when I was younger, my brother asked for a specific video game for Christmas that he really wanted. Unbeknownst to my mom, he had figured out which present it was, carefully unwrapped it, took out the game, then rewraped the case. He played it for a good two weeks before Christmas before my parents discovered what he had done. He was so proud of himself!

  • Vivian Yuen says:

    My favorite holiday memory would have to be when my baby brother came back from China. My parents wanted him to go visit my grandparents there. He was gone for about 6 months so I wasn’t able to spend holidays with him for a really long time. It just felt so nice to spend Christmas, my favorite holiday, with my brother.

  • The times when my little sisters still believed in santa claus and had me help them leave cookies out for him!

  • Christina Marie says:

    I attempted to make a Gingerbread House with my young daughter. It came out beautiful….for the 1st five seconds. Then the roof slide off, walls caved in..as I attempted to take a picture and hold it together at the same time. It was a epic failure and we laugh our way through it.

  • Phoebe says:

    My favorite memory was receiving a beautiful snow globe from my grandmother one year.

  • Rachel Proto says:

    A present my uncle gave all his nieces and nephews last year!

  • Elena Si Yue Wu says:

    When I was child I used to cook gingerbread men with my mom😍 and I enjoyed that moment every year!
    Thank you for the giveaway!

  • I’m truly thankful for my beloved boyfriend, I don’t think I could have survived this year or past years without him. He keeps me leveled, supported, and loved. He’s become exactly what I need, and having his son around makes me life feel more complete as well, love him and am thankful for that little nerd!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Yumi says:

    My favorite holiday memory is riding bikes with my brother while my mom prepares lunch for a family potluck!

  • Hannah Lenaz says:

    Great post! Tommy Hilfiger is one of my favorite designers as well! Absolutely love him! Thanks for the giveaway, one of my favorite holiday memories is one when I was a kid and my family and I were baking holiday cookies for friends. Thanks again!

    xx Hannah

  • Ollie says:

    My favorite Holiday Memory is decorating sugar cookies with my nieces and nephews at my family Christmas party. It was such a blast!!

  • Mariel says:

    If you’d asked me this 4 years ago I would probably have a specific memory, but ever since 2012 my favorite memory is very single holiday I got to spend with my dad, I value in my heart every moment we spent together wether it was a good moment or not, I’d take the worst in the world if I had to, just to be with him again.
    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Hjpop says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when last year my husband and baby surprised me for myou bday (which is during holidays) with a super gift and a family picture

  • Maryanne says:

    My favorite holiday memory is opening Christmas gifts when I still believed in Santa Claus (haha) and the anticipation of what the gift was going to be!

  • KatKimmm says:

    Seeing the expression on my mom’s when I got her her favorite perfume :’) she was always the one who bought, wrapped, and placed the presents under the Christmas tree. When I was finally old enough and had a budget, this was first on my list with what I wanted to do for her for the holidays 🙂

  • Jacquelyn says:

    Love the time I get to go around NYC with friends and my boyfriend (now my husband) 😉

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Sarah Rolle says:

    I don’t celebrate holidays, but one of my favorite memories with my family is when we finally went hiking. (Totally not outdoorsy people!) It was awesome!

  • Becki says:

    my favorite holiday memory is opening up presents on christmas morning with my parents and brother 🙂 then going over to my aunt’s house to exchange gifts with my cousins!

  • Claire Paschal says:

    ANy memory that I get to make with family and friends are my favorite

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Seulgi says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending time with my family and my family celebrating my birthday when I was young. I enjoyed listening to carols all day long. I also remember spending time with friends watching harry potter movie or “home alone series”.

  • Christine says:

    I can never forget my first freezing cold Christmas trip with my husband to NYC. Trying every ramen store we could find.

  • Christina says:

    Actually it was a year when my whole family (literally) was hit by the flu/cold and we all sat in PJs by the table. So cozy and relaxed!

  • Anva says:

    When I was a kid, I used to believe Santa Claus existed hahahha

  • Ines says:

    Hi Chriselle! My favorite memory is when I was a kid I would sneak from my room and hide underneath the kitchen table waiting for Santa. Obviously after an hour I would be so bored I would either fall asleep or go back to my room. I couple of years ago I told my parents about this and they started laughing because they had no idea I did that – and I always thought they knew! xD xx

  • Elani O says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going to silver dollar city (an amusement park that covers itself entirely with christmas lights) with my family!

  • Bre Walsh says:

    Christmas 2006 … It was my brothers first holiday home after his deployment in Iraq🎗

  • Stacey says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I was quite young and it snowed for the first time in Georgia. My family went outside to make a snowman, had a small snowball fight and when we got back into the house, we opened presents that were under the Christmas tree while drinking hot cocoa and just enjoying each other’s company. Thank you so much for this #12DaysGiveaway Chriselle and for the contributions that you make for baby2baby!

  • Meredith S says:

    Favorite holiday memory is being woken up brigh and early by my sisters to go see what Santa had brought us over night

  • Veronica Fernandez says:

    Happy Holidays!
    My favorite holiday memory is receiving a beautiful snowglobe each year for Christmas from my mom!
    Good luck to everyone!

  • Weronika says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is way that my parents were pretending that Santa came.
    They had taken us to our room and tell us to play, then they put big basket with presents behind the doors and rang a bell shouting that Santa has come!
    Until we runed to door, parents were sitting on the couch, and it all looked like it was really Santa who left the gifts for us and run further to other kids!

  • Agnieszka says:

    My favorite memory is the last Christmas dinner all family was in the living room my sister was playing on piano and everyone was signing Christmas songs. There was a fire in the fireplace and kids where playing with their new toys.

  • Raya Maraqa says:

    My favourite holiday memory was when I once asked my friends in university to get me Ginger Cookies after christmas in that time I was joking. But actually they got me !!!! All of my friends I’ve asked them to they got me ginger cookies

  • Vuyiswa says:

    Haha! My favourite holiday memory is from when I was a lot younger. I had left cookies and milk out from Santa to come and take, however, we didn’t have a chimney. So in the morning when I woke up, i found that the cookies and milk were still there and i cried and cried and told my parents to buy a new house with a new chimney because Santa probably couldn’t get in and he left with all my presents. At the time it wasn’t the best time, however looking back, its definitely one of my favourite holiday memories.

  • Jane Pham says:

    my favorite holiday memory is when i was a child putting up the Christmas tree with my family.

  • Brandi Markiewicz says:

    Waking my younger brother up early to check out what Santa had left us with flash lights. ❤️

  • Helena says:

    My grandfather is a very good artist, and when my siblings and I were little he surprised us with life-sized wooden cutouts of all our favorite characters from the Christmas Claymation movies . We still put out our Santa Clause and Rudolf outside our house every year for everyone to enjoy!

  • Maria K says:

    My favourite holiday memory is watching an older friend get wasted at a friend’s christmas dinner LOL #12DaysGiveaway

  • tenzin says:

    After high school I remember hanging out every single day with my friends with no plans as such just hanging out and enjoying the little things in life . Those were the days :)))

  • Hannah Yoo says:

    My favorite memory of Christmas is when our whole family went to NYC for a white christmas

  • Debbie says:

    spending time with loved ones anywhere.

  • Athem Vashum says:

    My favourite holiday memory is packing up lunch and going out to the paddyfields beside the river to have our very own “little picnic”. Our family does this whenever we go back to the village to celebrate Christmas.

  • sydney85 says:

    My favorite holiday memory is having all my family together for Christmas and just relaxing while everyone enjoyed good food and a fun time.

  • Samantha Yang says:

    My favourite holiday memory is singing Christmas songs with my family and friends after a wonderful Christmas dinner 🙂

  • Joscelyn Perez says:

    My favorite Chritmas memory is, how happy my siblings were to open their gifts 💝

  • Belle says:

    I remember making reindeer food right before Christmas Eve in Canada. Where the Christmases are so white and bright in the morning. You use oats, sprinkles, and glitter and put it in the snow and it sparkles. So cute and I still do it with my nieces.

  • Yee says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when all my cousins would get together to play games together. Now that we have all grown up it is hard to get everyone together. I miss the days when we were all young and carefree. I hope they are all happy with their careers and family!! (:

  • Malina Long says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when my family had a huge, HUGE, Christmas party when I was 12 or 13 and nearly all of my relatives came and I got to spend time with my cousins <3

  • Rorie says:

    Last year was probably one of my most memorable Christmases ever. Rather than holding it at my parents’ place, one of my sisters asked to play hostess, and it was so nice to watch my mom relax the entire day. Usually, she spends most of her time fretting over the dinner menu or cleaning up after everyone, but for once she was able to relax and just enjoy the day with all of us. My oldest niece, Twinkie, was days away from turning three, and she was an absolute ham all day. I think the funniest Christmas memory I have was from that morning, before we opened presents. It’s tradition in my family to read the “Christmas story” from the New Testament after breakfast, and before we dig into stockings and presents. For whatever reason, Twinkie decided that during my dad’s reading was the perfect time to first inspect, and then kiss, his Christmas tie. I don’t think we even made it all the way through the Christmas story, but we certainly got a good laugh (and a few hysterical instagram posts) from the attempt!

  • Chelsey K says:

    My favorite holiday memory was going to Vermont for a skiing trip with my family. It was my mom, dad, brother, and I and we had the most amazing time together. It’s nice to take time out of our busy lives and enjoy the people that are most important to us.

  • Moo Young says:

    I don’t really have a favorite holiday memory, but I think the chaos of travelling either to the east coast or down to LA to see family is so chaotic but worth it. Seeing family makes all the stress worth it.

  • My favourite holiday memory is getting up excitedly in the morning as a kid and being dressed by my mum in very nice cute little dresses and running downstairs to see the presents underneath the Christmas tree. I love the 12 days of Chriselle with festive related questions! <3

  • My favorite holiday memory was when I was about 7 years old. I remember my dad being so creative. He made every christmas decoration by scratch. It was beautiful. When we lit the house at night to reveal the decorations, I just couldn’t believe my eyes.

  • Claire Paschal says:

    Does eating count as a tradition? That what I love during the holidays.. no guilt eating!!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jessica says:

    My favorite holiday memory is getting to see the ball drop in Times Square in New York City. Truly magical.

  • zsofiasz says:

    Cutting the our christmas tree from our own little garden Chritsmas eve right before the lovely dinner
    Better late than never right?

  • Deana says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when we’d go every year to my cousins home in ny and they had the best backyard for sledding which led to a lake that was frozen during the winters. It was like a secret backyard that opened up to a lake! All my cousins and I would sled together and drink hot coco. We would then gather all
    Together and our aunts and uncles would
    Give out gifts one by one to all the kids! We did this every year and I have so many wonderful memories.

  • My favorite memory is my entire family (there were 8 of us!!) piling into the car with our pajamas on and driving around the neighborhoods looking at christmas lights, drinking eggnog, and listening to Christmas music all night 🙂

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  • Melissa Y says:

    Love the navy trousers on you!

  • Karolina says:

    I wanna steal you this mirror. Perfect thing for every woman. My favorite Holiday memory – singing Christmas carols with my siblings and cousins when we was children. We had so much fun!

  • Michele says:

    My favorite memories are always around Christmas dinner and all the great food!

  • Denise says:

    Love the outfit combo colors

  • Rachel says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going up to see all of my Chinese family for the holiday in northern california!

  • Danielle Chan says:

    Knocking over a christmas tree by accident. Eep

  • Geena says:

    My favourite ballet of all time is The Nutcracker, so one of my favourite holiday memories is going to see it with my mom. We started going when I was a kid and we’ve been several times throughout the years. On the years when we haven’t gone to see it live we watch it on tv 🙂

  • Angela says:

    I’ve spent so many great holidays with my family and I can’t really choose which one’s more special. I’m 24 right now…so there is: opening my Sailor Moon toys and costume when I was 3-4 years old; or dancing and singing like crazy with my little sister to Christmas Songs (the time life treasury of christmas) wearing our pajamas; or being at Disney World seeing all these beautiful lights shining bright everywhere we turned to at night; or maybe even stressing in the kitchen with my mom trying to get everything done in time for lunch.  Maybe it sounds crazy, but I really will miss all of it someday

  • Jacquelyn Claire says:

    #12DaysGiveaway

    Love the decorating part for the holidays 😉

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Ashley says:

    There’s something so special about passing down timeless pieces from generation to generation. My favorite holiday memory is when I was about six or seven, I came downstairs to find that Santa had ate the cookies I had left out for him by the Christmas tree! Then, I found out later it was actually my dog who ate them, haha!

  • J. Claire says:

    favorite memory is when My sister and I went to a ugly sweater costume Christmas party and I dressed my sweater as a christmas tree while my sister as a reindeer.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Daniela says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is baking a gingerbread with my mom and sister and the decorating them!

    Daniela
    http://www.smellofjasmine.com/

  • Pauline says:

    My favorite memory is putting up the christmas tree!

  • JNETTE says:

    My favorite holiday memory is putting up the Christmas tree with my family. It’s one of the few traditions we do as a family, especially now that we are all grown-up!

  • Justine says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up to a white Christmas after there was zero chance prediction of any snow!

  • Rachel Proto says:

    Christmas at my grandparents!

  • Francesca says:

    My favorite memory is when I was little, the adults hired a Santa (and I obviously thought it was really Santa), to give us our gifts on Christmas Eve.

  • Jacquelyn says:

    sending some love from Nashville to the whole Cinc Team xoxo!

    Favorite memory is when we had a family reunion in Palm Springs. Just the fun and bonding times with family and cousins are awesome!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Claire Paschal says:

    Just the simple times with family are my favorite memories. I miss the times when I do not have to work on holidays and just get to spend days with family.

    xoxo

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • melody says:

    Opening all our gifts on christmas eve & having the whole family over until Christmas day.

    Happy Holidays

  • Susan says:

    So gorgeous!

    My favorite holiday memories are putting up the Christmas tree and ornaments with my family as a child <3

  • Nicole says:

    Favorite holiday memory is meeting my husband’s family for the first time.

  • Marie-Claire says:

    My favorite memory is kind of an every year thing, on the 24th we have Noche Buena dinner with my whole family both mom and dads side and just eating together, talking to each other and wishing each other merry christmas at 12AM is magical!

  • Nicole O. says:

    ––––– my fave holiday memory is going to disneyland with my family on christmas day .

  • Fantastic post and look my dear Chriselle! You look amazing and the shooting setting is fabulous! My favourite holiday memory si when our grandparents were alive and we used to go to their home and be all together along with cousins, aunts and uncles, it was the best! <3
    Stella http://www.stellaasteria.com

  • Sotiria says:

    one of my favorite holiday memory is when me and my brother were kids we were spending Christmas holidays with my parents at my grandparents house in the countryside…

  • Ilektra says:

    My favourite holiday memory is my parents and their amazing presents under our Christmas tree. I can’t wait to visit them in 10 days..

  • Vanessa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up for my first Christmas where I was old enough to remember all of the presents under the tree!

    Vanessa | http://www.vanessarenae.com

  • Vanessa says:

    This watch is perfect! I remember wearing Tommy Girl in junior high I love that it’s making a comeback!

    Vanessa | http://www.vanessarenae.com

  • Esther says:

    My favorite holiday memory is where my entire family annually eat our Christmas dinner buffet at the Hilton in Universal Studios. We all just pig out and enjoy the evening.

  • Ivana says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I was younger going to church with my family and after that coming home opening presents and eating Christmas lunch.

  • Cailyn prins says:

    I loved baking Christmas cookies w my mom and sisters or else going outside and playing in the snow with my sisters!

  • Nazgul says:

    One i can remember is having my mother around as she would always wait for me and my sister expectantly, and we would be so happy to be with the fam. Now it doesn’t feel like that but we try to continue this tradition even though she is not around i know she would be happy if we still do it.

  • Momo says:

    My favorite holiday memory is to decorate Xmas tree in my friend’s supper big and nice house, dancing, drinking red wine, singing…

  • Momo says:

    There’s a saying goes like three treasures must be kept with as a woman-a pen, a make-up bag and a watch! Watches become my favorite accessory and this one looks so charming!

  • jenny says:

    my favorite holiday memory is being with all my cousins in Taipei last year for Christmas and New Year’s eve. our family is rarely in the same city, let alone country, so it was so special and meaningful! we took a cute picture in front of a giant christmas tree, watched star wars, counted down on NYE together, and partied all night long… 🙂 #12DaysGiveaway

  • Christina says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my family went to downtown together and just enjoy the chrismas spirit 🙂

  • Phoebe says:

    My favorite memory is buying my parents gifts and spending time laughing and eating with my family at night!

  • Jenny says:

    I still remember when I caught my parents being”Santa” one year!

  • Haeun says:

    My favorite Holiday memory was probably when my family and I celebrated Christmas in Guam and watched the fireworks on the beach!

  • Alexa says:

    My favorite memory is playing games with my family and just laughing so hard until we have tears in our eyes. That’s what happens when my sisters and I are together – endless laughter ❤️ #12DaysGiveaway

  • Chau Do says:

    My favorite holiday memory was last year, when I got to spent my holiday on a ski trip with my family in Korea. The weather was definitely cold but the fun of staying active and trying out new activities definitely warm up the heart and the body.

    Lots of love!

  • Debra says:

    My favorite memory is my Grandpa dressing up as Santa and handing out presents.

  • It’s a gorgeous watch! My favorite holiday memory is when my cousins and I were little, and we were spending Christmas at our grandparent’s house. One of my cousins and I were running around the Christmas tree and I remember grandpa predicting the tree would fall, and sure enough, he was right! It was hilarious!! That was the last time our entire family got to celebrate Christmas at our grandparents’ house.

  • Anna Koblik says:

    My favorite holiday memories are probably when I was a child, and celebrated New Year with both of my parents back in Russia. We always had the biggest real fir tree, and pulled out the same colorful glass ornaments, while out cat curiously examined everything. I have really had Christmas trees since then, so the other day when I went into a tree lot and smelled the pine, the nostalgia was overwhelming.
    Thank you for doing this, Chriselle, and hope you make many treasured memories this season!

  • Vy says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my dad bought a tree that was too tall for the room that we keep our tree. Every year he has to have a really tall Christmas tree. That year, as my dad bought the biggest tree he could, as he was putting it up the top part of the tree scrape the ceiling and left a tree stain! Every year afterwards we would see the remnants of the tree stain on the ceiling! And since then he has always had to buy a smaller tree because of that constant reminder! LOL!

  • My favorite Holiday memory is getting my puppy (who was put down this year 🙁 ) when i was 8 years old <3

  • Ajar B. says:

    My favourite holiday childhood memory is writing a letter to Santa with my sisters. it was so fun when after new year dinner, my parents always said “oh, sweetie, there is one more box left, check if it’s Santa’s gift for you” ♥

  • Nicole DePenning says:

    Merry Christmas-Happy Holidays! Tommy H and Chriselle, I need to see what time it is! Love you all!

  • Claire Paschal says:

    Favorite holiday memory is when I had my first white Christmas. My family and I enjoyed playing in the snow..

    #12daysgiveaway

  • Vicki says:

    When I was younger, my mom would drop off my sister and I for Christmas vacation at our Grandma’s since she lived in a different city. I always looked forward to it, because that was where all my cousins were, too, so it was great being around family during such a joyous time of the year!

  • Linh Le says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is doing holiday arts and crafts with my family after dinner. Love Tommy Hilfiger!

  • SC says:

    Gold is my favorite and I love watches. Thank you for the opportunity! 💋

  • Christine says:

    My favorite holiday memory is on Christmas when I saw how happy my longer foster siblings were when they unwrapped their gifts and how thrilled they were to participate in our church’s children choir performance!

  • Daphne says:

    Getting my little sister a christmas gift “on behalf of Santa Claus”!

  • Hannah says:

    Omg a gold watch! Fav Christmas memory is seeing snow for the first time in Tahoe!

  • Jennifer R. says:

    My favorite holiday memory is decorating the Christmas tree with the fireplace going and Pippi Longstocking on in the background.

  • Jenny says:

    Buying christmas presents for friends and family! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Anne-Marie says:

    Decorating the Christmas tree with my mom 😊

  • Susan says:

    My favorite holiday memory is annual holiday parties with my classmates!

  • Serenity says:

    My favorite holiday memory is probably spending New Years with my boyfriend and my family last year.

  • Roseann Chi says:

    My favorite holiday memory would have to be playing in the snow with my two older brothers. I used to live in New Jersey where piles of snow would be the best for snow forts and snowball fights. I moved down to ATL when I was in 3rd grade and the lack of snow really made me sad, so thinking about how much fun I had in my youngest years always makes me happy and appreciative to have lived in NJ.

  • Rachelyen says:

    Oh well ~ my favourite holiday memory is when I got my first ear hole at the age of 6. It was like a horrible gift I ever had 😂 Yet I love it now LOL 🙈

    #12daysgiveaway is love ❤️

  • Ann B. says:

    My favorite memory was when I was a kid and got my first bike.

  • My favorite holiday memory is playing in the snow as a child. Nothing beats Christmas as a kid!

  • Kate says:

    Favorite holiday memory: making snow sculptures with my dad. Growing up on the east coast, that was all we wanted to do in winter. I’m not so into the cold now, but I AM into those accessories! Accessories are often the last thing I focus on when I go to update my wardrobe, so sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. A watch like this has been on my list for many many years, but of course, it’s always been on the end so I never bought it. I love how sophisticated it looks – how it’s glamorous and minimalistic, casual but dressy. I will definitely keep my eye on this pretty….and I think it’s going to make a jump towards the top of my list this year.

  • Jin Jung says:

    Favorite holiday memory: The time my dad put up Xmas lights on the house. It was the first and last time he ever did it, so it has become my favorite holiday memory.

  • Christine Adams says:

    My favorite holiday memory is thinking back to all those days I used to be able to manage the cold while sledding, snowboarding, and building snow sculptures. Now that I’m almost 30, I really cant stand the cold……

  • Kelly G. says:

    Making up lyrics to Christmas carols with my dad, we were in hysterics!

  • Claudia says:

    My favorite holiday memory is opening gifts on christmas morning.

  • Lauryn says:

    Hello Chriselle!

    My favorite holiday memory is when all of my family stayed the night after a family game night and all the men cooked breakfast in the morning. It was one of simpler times.

  • vicky says:

    my fave holiday was the xmas party last year at my house. we were celebrating Xmas with our first child.

  • Breann says:

    My favorite holiday memory is hosting our first christmas in my own house!

  • Rebecca E. May says:

    What prep work do you do to ensure you can enjoy the party as well? DO you dress differently if you are the hostess vr. the guest?

  • Geena says:

    One of my favourite holiday memories is visiting my cousins in Los Angeles. I still do, but with university I don’t have as much time. When I was a kid my grandparents, my mom and I would go to Los Angeles almost every year for the holidays. I particularly liked going to Disneyland and outdoor malls like The Grove. I live in Canada, so it’s too cold to have outdoor malls.

  • Glo says:

    My favorite holiday memory is opening up Christmas presents from under the tree on Christmas morning with my family. We’re all getting old, but we still do it every year!

  • Shirley says:

    Potluck with all my relatives and friends!

  • Viviana Norden says:

    My favorite holiday memory has to be the Christmas Eves spent at my grandparents place. They would invite the whole family over for dinner and we would eat, mingle and dance the night away!

  • Whitney Westhoff says:

    My favorite holiday memory is from middle school when my parents decided to make treat boxes for some of the needy families that went to church with us. We made homemade breads, brownies, cookies, caramel apples, and chocolate pretzels for families and spent Christmas Eve dropping them off. It was such an impactful experience for me to see my parents spending time and effort giving to others.

  • My favorite holiday memory was getting engaged on the very top of the Eiffel Tower the day after Christmas (Boxing Day)!

  • Grace says:

    My favorite memory is when I got the Walkman I had always wanted and then immediately asked my parents why santa forgot to take the wrapping paper with him!

  • LILY says:

    I love your outfit combination, the grey and blue! My favorite holiday memory si spending time with my Chinese family and singing Christmas carols!

  • Rachel Proto says:

    All Christmas Eve’s, they are my family’s biggest holiday and I look forward to them every year!

  • Allison Bruner says:

    I’m from CA and it doesn’t snow where I live, but last year my boyfriend and I went Tahoe right before the holidays. I loved being curled up in the cabin all decorated for the holidays, reading a good book, drinking some hot coco and watching the snow fall in the early morning with the love of my life

  • Susan says:

    My favorite holiday memory is just being surrounded by family eating and opening gifts.
    #12daysgiveaway

  • imbekal says:

    my fav Holiday memory is …. Christmas party at school. We used newspapers, chalk (writing quite non-Xmas statement…) to decorate our classroom. Still I think that was the most beautiful, insightful decoration so far…

  • holly says:

    playing outside in the front yard building snow men!!
    http://www.styledbyholly.com

  • Silvana says:

    My holiday memory is when back in my country Ecuador when we were little we enjoyed and loved the most insignificant toy or a little bag of cookies we used to get for Christmas. Now is different

  • Krystine says:

    My favorite holiday food is definitely not your traditional holiday spread. I enjoy food from my ethnic background during the holidays.

  • Jessica Lee says:

    My favorite holiday memory was visiting my external family in NY and just enjoy family time together! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Sharon Kim says:

    Favorite holiday memory – Our family doesn’t really have a Christmas tradition and my parents only get two/three days off in a year (Christmas, Labor Day and New Year). One thing that I truly appreciate every year on Christmas is being able to wake up together, have a cup of coffee and open up presents together.

  • Mariko Ralph says:

    It’s Tommy done the Chriselle way, I love it!

  • Courtney says:

    My favorite Holiday memory would have to be eating at the George Watt’s Tea Room in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with my grandparents, and afterwards I could pick out a special ornament to take home with me.

  • Arlene says:

    One of my favorite holiday memory is visiting my cousins in Kansas when I was 6 years old. I’m from Texas and Texas rarely snows, so it was my first time seeing snow. On top of that, I was touched my uncle’s love that I have never known about. At the time, gameboy was a huge thing, but I didn’t have my own gameboy because of the cost and my parents thought it’d be okay to share a gameboy with my sister. My cousins gifted me games for the gameboy, but it’s pretty much useless since I didn’t own one. My uncle, realizing this, went out early the next morning and bought me a gameboy for me to play on instead of just watching my sister play on hers. I was really happy but also learned how to feel grateful for having a wonderful family.

  • Jesseline says:

    My favourite and best holiday memory is the first time me and my husband (at that time he’s still my boyfriend) travel to overseas. That’s the best holiday that I had in my life. I still remember how excited we are for that trip. Its nothing much about the trip but its just so lovely and memorable.

  • Irina Trancă says:

    One of my favorite holiday memories is going caroling in 2006.

  • Sam says:

    My favorite holiday memory is getaway trip that include the ocean, champagne and a relaxing jacuzzi. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jammie says:

    My fav memory from the Christmas Holiday season was when my 6yr old daughter sat on Santa’s lap and she told him that all she wants for Christmas is everyone to have a Merry Christmas 🎅🏻💕#12DaysGiveaway Thanks #12daysofCHRISelle

  • Hui says:

    My favourite holiday memory is having a peaceful Christmas eve, opening gifts and listening to ‘silent night’.

  • Phea says:

    My favorite holiday memory was having family dinner gatherings at my parents’ house. It”s always great catching up with our aunts, uncles, and cousins.

  • Cristina says:

    I loved watching Christmas movies with friends and family.

  • Hannah says:

    Dear Chriselle,

    My favorite holiday memory occurred last year. I had bought my little love Betty her favorite bath and body works plug ins in the scent Twilight woods. The expression on her face when she opened her Christmas present melted my heart. She was the most grateful person I have ever met. Seeing the smile on someone’s face when they open Christmas presents makes my heart so mjcn fuller ❤️❤️❤️

  • Dorothy Kang says:

    My favorite holiday memory is roadtripping to San Francisco right after Christmas with my closest friends and feeding the homeless through a food bank called St. Anthony’s.
    It was awesome being around the ones I love and also giving back to the community by serving others.

  • Caitlin H. says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going to the Christmas tree farm to pick out our tree with my whole family <3

  • Alexandra says:

    My favorite holiday memory is opening up Barbie

  • Monica says:

    My favorite holiday memory was actually when I found out Santa wasn’t real! I caught my dear sweet uncles filling our stockings. I was so excited for the stuff they were putting in that I didn’t even care! Haha xoxo

  • Natalia says:

    When I was a lot younger we used to have dinners at home with my fathers colleagues, friends and families it was big! but also really really fun, i wonder if we ever get to do it again hehe

  • Emma says:

    My favorites memory is getting my puppy, his name is Mylo. The cutest and smartest dog ever. When I feel sad or down, he would sit right next to me or when I cry he would cuddle next to me and normally he don’t do that.

  • Rachel says:

    Fave memory – Christmas tree decorating with my hubby, anticipating an addition to our family by Christmas next year, a little one trimming tree together with us! Two’s a company, three’s a blessing from above!

  • Rachel says:

    Living in a developing country with very minimal festivity during Christmas, one of my fave memory remains my childhood memories of pretending monsoon rain was like snow, watching hallmark movies, listening to Anne Murray Christmas songs!

  • Melinda Fleming says:

    Christmas with the family is my favorite memory. But they live so far now, so I never get to see them. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Linh says:

    Fav memory was when we would all pile into the cutless supreme and go looking at all the Christmas lights around town, ohhing and ahhhing!!!

  • Linh says:

    My fav holiday memory Was when I was quite young. After dinner we would all pile in the cutless supreme (a tank) & drive all over the town looking at decorations and Christmas lights! Oohing and ahhing

  • Noel says:

    My favorite holiday memory was waking up Christmas morning to my sibs shaking my bed. We would all hurry out to the tree and open our stockings while we waited for our parents to wake up.

    xx

  • Marissa says:

    My favourite holiday memory is from my childhood; seeing my dad trim the tree. He seemed to take pride in the final product and he and my mother would always compare everybody else’s tree to his, like his was the standard for what Christmas trees should look like.

  • Hana says:

    the Tommy Hilfiger outfit is so perfect!!
    My favourite holiday memory is decorating the christmas tree when I was around 7 years old I think. I loved choosing all the decorations. Still LOVE decorating the tree!

  • Jean says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up the day after Christmas Eve to my dog snoring so loudly because he had food comaed…HARD from all the turkey he snuck from the dinner table

  • Christine says:

    My favorite holiday memory is opening gifts under our decorated and lit up Christmas tree. Then following Christmas, my sister & I would visit our cousins to celebrate winter break for the rest of the week!

  • One of my favorite memorable holidays is when I was 12 years old, we were on my grandma hpuse all my family members and we always light up lights and see the fireworks and of course eat a LOT!

  • alice says:

    something nice about getting gifts 😉 and wrapping them!

  • Giselle says:

    My favorite memory has to be spending Christmas at my grandmother’s house with all my family just laughing around the fire and roasting marshmallows!

  • Natalie says:

    My favourite past and present memory is dancing in “The Nutcracker” every year for the past 20 years! We have finished performing 6 of 23 shows so far this season. I love spreading the holiday spirit through dance!

  • Molly says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up with my siblings when we were very little and wearing matching pajamas, sneaking in To my parents room much too early to wake them up, and running down stairs to see our gifts!

  • Thoa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is of my family gathering in the living room and exchanging presents. We often don’t get to spend time together, so I really cherish this memory.

  • Rebecca E. May says:

    My favorite memory is decorating sugar cookies with my grandmother, then my aunt after grandma left. I hope to co it this year with my god son.

  • Kelly says:

    My favorite holiday memory was that our family took a cruise trip to the carribeans 3 years ago. My parents flew from Taiwan and I flew from Canada to Texas to meet up with my aunt/uncle. That’s where we took our cruise for 8 days. What I remember the most is that we ate A LOT on the ship and right after cruise we went to Vegas, hence, MORE food! 😊

  • Vanessa says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending Christmas Eve with my grandparents, especially since my grandpa passed away.

  • Nadia najor says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the same one every wear being able to open Christmas gifts with my brother & sister in our childhood home.

  • Yuki says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going with my dad and my sister to the mountains to cut down our own Christmas tree!

  • This is so tough to choose! My favorite holiday memory might have been the year we drove to Lake Tahoe and spent the week in a Cabin. Being from San Diego it was my first white Christmas and so very special to be surrounded by my loved ones!

  • Janice Fung says:

    My favourite memory is my son’s first Christmas at 7 months which was last year. Watching him admire the lights and ornaments on our tree and opening his first ever Christmas gift from us!

  • Kate says:

    My favorite holiday memory is the year my husband proposed to me a couple of days before Christmas! We had just moved from the East Coast to LA and I was homesick. He knew I’d want to be around family when he asked me to marry him, so it was really special that everyone was there to celebrate. Plus, my birthday is 2 days after Xmas so it was really the best week ever!

  • Kellie Harrison says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I was 5 and my sister was 7. On Christmas Eve she asked my mother if she could cut her own bangs and my mom turned around to answer only to see that she had already done it! She then proceeded to tell everyone at dinner that night that my mom did it! We still laugh about it and the photos from that night are adorable.

  • Michele says:

    My favorite holiday memory is gathering around a warm fire & someone with a guitar to sing Christmas carols. Group singing is way underrated these days

  • Sharada says:

    Competing for the most Ugly Christmas sweater at work. Must say I do work with one creative team.

  • Diane Chao says:

    My favorite holiday memory is a tradition my family and extended relatives would have when we used to all live in the same part of California. We’d have a white elephant, a huge potluck, and a grand mahjong tournament at the end with a pot full of money. Wishing we could all come back together and do that again, but it’s rather impossible now since all the kiddos have grown up.

  • Maria says:

    I have way too many good Christmas memories to choose from. I can’t even count on my hands the times me and my siblings have been too giddy with Christmas spirit to keep ourselves from laughing! I think those are and always will be the happiest of my memories.

  • Maria says:

    I have too many good Christmas memories to choose from. I can’t even count on my hands the times me and my siblings have been too giddy with Christmas spirit to keep ourselves from laughing! I think those are and always will be the happiest of my memories.

  • Maria says:

    I can’t even count on my hands the times me and my siblings have been too giddy with Christmas spirit to keep ourselves from laughing. I think those are and always will be the happiest of my memories.

  • Maria says:

    I have too many good Christmas memories to choose from. I can’t even count on my hands the times me and my siblings have been too giddy with Christmas spirit to keep ourselves from laughing. I think those are and always will be the happiest of my memories.

  • zuby says:

    i love how you style your accessories with your top!

  • Elissa says:

    That stole is incredible!! Fave holiday memory is waking up every Christmas morning as a kid to my dad making a huge pancake breakfast!

  • Sandra says:

    So many wonderful holiday memories! One of my favorites was when both of my girls performed in the Nutcracker a sheep and a box baby ( 2 and 6 ) precious!

  • Nancy says:

    My favorite holiday memory is as a child being so surprised to receive the Barbie that I had wanted for so long!

  • Lynne says:

    Hm.. favorite holiday memory would probably be going to see the Christmas Spectacular show on Broadway in NYC. Ever since watching Annie for the millionth time, I had always wanted to see the Rockettes in person. When my family finally went to see the show, I actually cried tears of joy when the Rockettes came on stage. So beautiful!

  • Bárbara Allison Habit Rivas says:

    My favorite holiday memory: when i was 4 years aproximetly i went with my whole family to the house of my grade grand mother and we aten a big dinner, i saw chrismas movies with my sisters and cousins, and i recive my first furby

  • Ngocan B says:

    Getting my very first gaming console – a PlayStation 2 🙂

  • Coolcat says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I still believed in Santa and woke up to Christmas morning thinking he had come and left all the presents for me. #goodol’days

  • Angie says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up and watching my kids unwrap their gifts.

  • Jessica says:

    My favourite holiday memory is going to a suspension bridge in the forest decked out in holiday lights with my boyfriend!

  • Tiffany Yin says:

    Favorite Holiday memory…hm. I think that would the bake-off my sister and I competed against. She chose to bake a buche-de-noel and I attempted to create a ginger-bread house. Looking back, I definitely think we were definitely ambitious haha!

  • Isabel says:

    Family visiting from Korea, we baked cookies and watched the clock waiting for Santa.

    We totally forgot about the cookies! Had to toss ’em but still had a blast staying up late.

  • Christina says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going camping with my family last winter, it was one of the few times we were together in these past few years and the whole trip was so pleasant.

  • Annette Campos Carrillo says:

    My favorite holiday memory would have to be being in Mexico with my family and just eating really late at night cause it takes forever for the food to be done but it’s worth it cause it’s so good. #12daysgiveaway

  • Annette Campos Carrillo says:

    My favorite holiday memory would have to be being in Mexico with my family and just eating really late at night cause it takes forever for the food to be done but it’s worth it cause it’s so good.

  • Alice says:

    How can you just pick one? I think it would just be spending time with family and jokingly reading Family Christmas letters.

  • Nevena says:

    My favorite holiday memory is doing the same thing every year when I was growing up: spending time with the family at home, eating amazing food, watching movies, and playing in the snow. I was lucky!

  • Lusty says:

    My favorite holiday memory is all the family getting together on Christmas eve to eat and open gifts

  • Joy H. says:

    Love how you made this look so fit for the holidays and it being Tommy Hilfiger just makes it that much better!

    Happy Holidays 🙂

  • Faith says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up Christmas morning to a new puppy!

  • patricia says:

    Before I married my husband and we were a lot younger, he gifted me my first perfume, Tommy Girl. I’ve been married for 7 years and I still have a little bit of this perfume. Will always hold a special place in my heart.

  • Diana Kim says:

    Our families and extended families all used to live close by but over the years,especially the us kids starting growing up, all moved away. One year, there was a time when a lot of us were together to visit our grandmother (who at the time wasn’t doing too well, but she got better), and it was just a big family reunion with lots of food and games…it was great to have the family together again

  • Marilyn says:

    my fav holiday memory is experiencing love at first sight <3

  • Sophia L says:

    During Christmastime, I always think back to when I was around 5 and my dad tried to convince me that Santa was real, but my mom totally argued with him that it’s a myth right in front of my brother and I. It was on the drive back from my grandparents’ house – on Christmas day! The memory always makes me laugh.

  • Anh P says:

    My first Xmas when I was 9 yrs old. Seeing all the presents with my name on them under the Christmas tree and waiting in anticipation to open them. I still remember the pine smell from the tree, the shiny ornaments…it was magical.

  • Isabelle Cheung says:

    curling up on the sofa with my family watching christmas films!

  • Susan says:

    My favorite holiday memory is to have a delicious meal with my family and see everyone loving their gifts. 😉

  • Sara says:

    I have a lot of good memories from the holidays, but last year we all was decorating the christmas tree, singen and drinking egg liqueur, it was really Nice and cozy

  • Chitowngal says:

    My favorite holiday memory is baking cookies with my mom. I’m trying to keep that tradition alive with my girls.

  • Jennifer Li says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I was little and used to spend every Christmas break from school with my family in Hawaii. My dad was working there at the time, and Christmas was one of the few times we got to hang out together as a family.

  • Tina says:

    My favorite holiday memory was being able to sit down with my entire family as a whole, since presently I won’t be able to do so. Just something about having everyone alive and well makes me grateful for the holidays every year.

  • Kate says:

    Trip to Europe with my love ❤️

  • Anny says:

    Opening presents with family and friends on Christmas day

  • Meadhbh says:

    Baking cupcakes with my friends all Christmas Eve and then bringing them out to the pub to share with everyone around the fire:)

  • Jacquelyn says:

    Where did you get that gold wreath?? So elegant and unique! I love the gold mirror too..
    Love the long-sleeved top with your watch on top of the sleeve..really emphasizes the watch as am accessory!

    Favoritems holiday memory is when family from Texas came and spent time just making food, family games, and watching movies:) pure bonding moments!

    #12daysgiveaway

  • Janis says:

    My favorite holiday memory was in 2011. While I was pursuing my graduate degree in London, my parents came to visit from the US and we took a trip together. We traveled to Spain, Italy, and Morroco. I will never forget spending Christmas day in Marrakesh with the people I love the most, enjoying the sights, the warmth, and vibrant city.

  • my favorite holiday memory is ice-skating outside with my family!

  • Michelle T says:

    My favorite holiday memory was being able to experience snowfall for the first time ever with my boyfriend!

  • Geena says:

    I have many great Holiday memories, but my favourite one is from 2014. I live in Toronto and my best friend from Greece was able to visit me for the first time. The weather was surprisingly warm so we were able to do and see a lot around the city. I also hadn’t spent the Holidays with her in quite some time, so it was nice to spend Christmas and New Year’s together like we used to do when we were little.

  • Tiffany says:

    How lovely! What a coincidence, I wore nearly that same outfit yesterday. Tommy Hil is life though haha. I’ve always admired his work, and yes, he does embody the All-American ethos.
    All of my best memories involve family, and one of my favorite holiday memories is when we all went to the Kravis center for fine arts, and saw a beautiful show at Christmas time. Xoxo~

  • Molly says:

    My favorite holiday memory is decorating the Christmas tree with my sister!

  • Heather says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I had to work years ago on Christmas and was very sad about it. A guy I had just met earlier that month surprised me by having a dozen roses sent to where I was working. 5 years later and that new guy is now my husband and he still gives me flowers every year 🙂

  • Michelle C. says:

    My favorite holiday memory is seeing my kids’ face lit up when they opened their presents for the first time on Christmas day.

  • Kristie says:

    Love this watch so much! I would say my favorite memory/ tradition that is still going is decorating the tree 🙂 Glass of eggnog in one hand, ornament in the other. Family all around. Doesn’t get much better!

    xoxo,
    Kristie
    http://www.kristiesreverie.com

  • Nina Lee says:

    I always cherish the holidays spent time with my family. But one of my core memories of one holiday was actually the first holiday that my boyfriend and I shared together in our little apartment back in the day. It was memorable because that was when I knew that we would be together to infinity and beyond. 🙂

  • Roseanne says:

    Love the watch.

  • Annie says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is waking up extra early when I was a kid because I was so excited to open presents!

  • Lizzie Anderson says:

    Those pants are so flattering on you!!

    My favorite holiday memory is baking sugar cookies with my grandma and brother. We use the same recipe as my polish great grandmother and we use holiday cookie cutters to make different shapes, then we make our own colored icing to frost and decorate the cookies!

  • Shirley says:

    Eating a huge potluck with my family

  • Amy R says:

    Hey Chriselle!

    My fave holiday memory is ice skating with my family and then getting brunch with other friends of the family! It’s such a warm and fuzzy memory despite us having frozen faces from ice skating!!

  • Julia Silver says:

    My favorite Christmas memory: our yearly hike in the mountains! Especially when it snows, it’s so beautiful!

  • Haein says:

    Day 3!
    I believed in Santa Claus till when I was 13 years old, I remember that I was the only one in the class who kept saying Santa is real.
    There is a reason why here, my mom always prepared different Christmas card written by “Santa Claus”, surely we would know her hand writing so she asked her friends to write it for her. She pretended sleeping with me and my brother by side on Christmas eve and when both of us fell a sleep she put the cards and the gifts under the tree. The Christmas morning came, me and my brother got a card from real “Santa” and we truly believed that he came to our home. It’s really sweet memory for me and my family. Maybe, by growing up with this memory, I still think that Christmas is a holiday which should be with family and spend this cherish time together. 🙂

    Love your style, xoxo

  • Emmeline says:

    The watch is so beautiful!

  • Madhuri says:

    Favourite holiday memory……….my uncle dressed as Santa and he walked in the door and my little brother was standing near the door and “Santa” walked it and caught him by surprise he got so scared he cried and cried!! 😀
    love you!!!
    <3

  • Anjuli says:

    Hi Chrisrlle,

    It is fantastic that you are giving back to those in need. It really shows how much of a good person you are!❤️🙌🎄

    My favorite holiday memory is definitely when I was a kid when my mom, dad, brothers and I would decorate the tree all together while watching classic holiday movies; like the clay “Rudolf the Red Nose Reinder” movie – I think this one is from the 60s!

    Happy Holidays!

    Anjuli

  • Keri says:

    This is so chic, Chriselle! You’re seriously style goals

    Enclothed Cognition

  • Rui Min says:

    Favorite holiday memory would be going to Korea with fam and snowboardinggg!

  • Agathe Govare says:

    I love the grey and gold on you, such a classy look!
    My favorite holiday memory dates back to my childhood when we took our puppy golden retriever to see the snow for the first time! His reaction was priceless and adorable! Now in puppy heaven, I am sure he is playing in piles of snow!

  • Cristine says:

    My favourite holiday memory was when Mum got so excited for Christmas that she started setting up the Christmas tree in September.

    Have a great, beautiful day!

  • sissaH says:

    Hi Chriselle, I tottaly agre with you on that, a watch make any outfit mora put it together….
    My favorite holliday memory is the day I found out that Santa was not true…. i know, I guess its not a favorite memory for everyone, but was how it happen.
    It was Christmas night and we were having dinner on my favorite uncle house, after dinner he disapear, and I was worry because I really wanna play hahaha a few minutes later Santa was on the door Haaa and soo I desesperate! My uncle was not there, he wouldnt get his Christmas gifts!! My cousin told me he would go find him, so a start talking to Santa and telling the amaizing good girl I have been that year, and them I look into Santa´s eyes and there he was, my favorite uncle with his super ultra blue eyes hahaha I was not sad, I was soo glad, I just couldnt belive my uncle was Santa!! How amaizing that is!! Until this day he tells me it was not him, and that Santa is real…. I guess I will also be a little girl to him…. hahahaha

  • Carol says:

    I spent Christmas in a cabin in snowy, beautiful Austria with friends one year. We made a gingerbread house and went for walks and ate great food. It was the best Christmas.

  • Susana Gamez says:

    My favorite holiday memory was Christmas eve, having all my brothers and sisters together. #partyoffive

  • Doria Chen says:

    Effortlessly chic! And loving the calm vibes on this shoot

  • Cara says:

    I love doing secret Santa with my friends on Christmas!!!

  • Roseanne says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when my son was one year old and he was able to help decorate the Christmas tree with me. It finally dawned on me on how fast he was growing up and how thankful I am to have him in my life!

  • Laura says:

    One of my favorite memories is when I was probably 8, and my parents gave me a kitchen, which, wrapped, was taller than me; that was my absolutely favorite toy.

  • sanssouci says:

    Incredible images! Love your outfit!
    White Christmas and New Year’s!!
    http://www.sanssouci.website

  • Belen says:

    What a simple look that you make it look stunning as always, love the way you rocked it ready to holiday season 😉

    http://www.lotofdots.wordpress.com

    xoxo

  • Hristina Stoimenovska says:

    Laughing on my dads jokes on Christmas Eve when everyone was home and when my granddad was alive. 🙂

  • Dickey Bhutia says:

    My best Holiday memory is celebrating early Christmas in boarding school, and santa giving us lot of gifts before we left for home for vacation! And the santa was actually one of our class teachers! Amazing childhood memory! Love your style chriselle!

  • Mary Lynne Maxino says:

    My favorite holiday memory would be when we were still in the Philippines we would go to our grandma’s house on our mom’s side and all of my relatives will be there and gathered together to celebrate Christmas. It was filled with so much fun and joy and love and food!!😆

  • Lorraine Y. says:

    My favourite holiday memory was when we had turkey in the house for the first time ever, even though they were leftovers from dad’s office party, we devoured the whole thing and even finished all the stuffing! The next day mom took the leftover turkey bones to make a broth which was delicious as well. I would never forget that taste!

    Merry Christmas chriselle! X

  • Nansy says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my grandfather and dad take a place near the fireplace, with all of us (children that time) throw little christmas woods (as we call in Greece where i come from) and tell their wishes for the family!

  • Barbara says:

    My father is a hard working-man, and we never really had the chance to see him a lot during the year – however, christmas coming, our family “tradition” was to be altogether to go watching the last Disney Movie that was realised at the theater during christmas holidays! That was the moment we were together enjoying a movie!

    Merry christmas!

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  • Elenka Von M says:

    Im spaniard so we celebrate “The Kings´s day” january 6th (it´s the day we gave gifs), so i have the tradition of having dinner with the friends and toasting with champagne the night before. It´s so special for me because is the only day of the year when we get reunited all the good friends who live around the world

    Best wishes Chriselle!!

    xx

    http://fairelagueule.tumblr.com/

  • Vishaka Santosh says:

    I remember coming across snow after being in India for 4 years. I thought it was amazing and I just looked at it and was amazed.

  • Vishaka Santosh says:

    Love your outfits in this post!

  • Sheena Hayani says:

    My favourite holiday memory is when my friends and I went on a road trip together. It was such an amazing time where we get to enjoy the view from the beach and up to the mountain. That was the best feeling ever and I am grateful for the grat thing that has happened in my life❤️ Happy holidays Chriselle! Love from Malaysia😘

  • Jessica says:

    What a very beautiful watch, you do such an amazing job showcasing the structure of the watch while incorporating your own personal twist.

  • Sarah Fung says:

    Shopping for gifts for friends as it takes time and thoughts to each item that you buy, It brings back memories of the good times spent with them and more to come in the new year.

  • Gina says:

    My favorite holiday is Chinese New Year. There is so much pride, happiness and good energy during the New Year. My family across generations come together and celebrate through rituals and muticourse dinners. Since my family is religious and superstitious, the elders do not say anything negative or critique the younger generations , so there is a lot of postivity. I get to learn more about my ethnic identity and cultural practices which is very important to me. Additionally, my grandma makes the most amazing Fujianese food and it is only on Chinese New Year that we are exposed to such a large array of Fujianese cuisines. So it is very exciting and I am looking forward to this years celebration!

  • Junghwa says:

    Favorite holiday memory would be going to Christmas festivals in local city hall every year. Our family would walk around the neighborhoods also to admire beautiful and bright lights!

  • Kunchok says:

    One of my favorite memory is during new year last year, my family and I stayed home and we played Tibetan music and made different food. We also played board games and danced together. Before that my parents were often busy working and we didn’t get to have fun at home as a family. I was able to live my childhood days and I wish more days like such would come. 🙂

  • Kaitlin Dinh says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my entire family (cousin’s, aunt’s, uncle’s galore) would gather at my grandma’s house on Christmas Eve every year and eat, play games and open presents together.

    I’m really loving that watch. You pull it off beautifully!

    ~Kaitlin

  • Who isn’t a Tommy girl?!!!!! Love the photo of you in front of the mirror <3

  • Jennifer says:

    Cozing up with my hubby next to the Xmas tree!

  • Margaret says:

    Love Tommy Hilfiger! And that lens flare picture is so cool!!

    xx Margaret
    http://www.maleemaleehong.com

  • Simona says:

    My Holiday memory is decorating the Christmas tree with my parents and my little brother and sister.

  • Megan says:

    when I was little we invited a lot of families from church and I just have the best memory of playing Dance Dance Revolution in the living room for hours! Also the general feeling of merriness in the house with the children laughing and the parents talking creating a warm buzz in the background.

  • Julia says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up in a cabin on Christmas morning in Tahoe with the fire still crackling and finding gifts under the xmas tree. Thinking that santa was smart to know that I was all the way in Tahoe was mind blowing to me at a young age. #12DaysGiveaway

  • Woojin says:

    Favorite holiday memory would be when i was younger staying up waiting for santa leaving cookies and milk.

  • Catalina Jannette Ricardez Abreu says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I caught my grandmother putting the gift under the tree. 😂 Love it and miss her a lot. Hope is time to get some watch ⌚️ gift 😜

  • Paula Agudelo says:

    My favorite holiday memory has to be when i was a kid and always received my most wanted toys and the delicius meals in family!

  • Janik says:

    Hey Chriselle! Love Tommy and love the watch! My favourite memory is always decorating the tree. I do it every year with my parents and brother, and now with my husband. We have such good laughs and make a whole evening out of it!

  • Nyssa says:

    it’s like a continuous story telling about my favorite activities to do in holiday, here in your comment box.
    i remember before there’s media social or gadget, i always sent Christmas card to all my friends.
    it’s exciting to prepare all cards for each person i wanted to give. and i also still keeping all the cards i received from 12 years ago!

  • Diana G says:

    Best memories is spending quality time with the familia. Catching up over the most delicious meals and creating new memories. Family is everything.

  • Flor de Maria says:

    Love your outfit! My favorite memory is wearing sun dresses and flip flops growing up in Peru–and slurping hot chocolate (yes, in 90 degree weather) and tons of panettone on Dec 24 (Christmas eve–which is when we celebrate the holidays)

  • Bridgett says:

    Loved it when i took a road trip from my home town with my family and we spent around 7 days going from beach to beach and having a great time during Christmas!!

    #12DaysGiveaway
    #12DaysOfChriselle

  • Natalia says:

    In my trip to Los Roques on Christmas we also exchanged gifts when the Sun was setting so everything just seemed magical <3 #12DaysGiveaway

  • Natalia says:

    A couple years back I spent Christmas eve and Christmas day on these beautiful islands in the Caribbean (Los Roques) with my family and we stayed up all night watching the sky from a boat <3 It was pretty amazing

  • Brooke says:

    My favorite memory was when my aunt and uncle and my cousins from Brazil came, we went out and played in the snow and had the best breakfast ever.

  • Vanessa says:

    My favorite holiday memory was last year, when my family rented a small cabin by the lake in Port Angeles, Washington and I got to sleep in front of the fireplace!

  • Angela says:

    I’ve spent so many great holidays with my family and I can’t really choose which one’s more special. I’m 24 right now…so there is: opening my Sailor Moon toys and costume when I was 3-4 years old; or dancing and singing like crazy with my little sister to Christmas Songs (the time life treasury of christmas) wearing our pajamas; or being at Disney World seeing all these beautiful lights shining bright everywhere we turned to at night; or maybe even stressing in the kitchen with my mom trying to get everything done in time for lunch. Maybe it sound crazy, but I really will miss all of it someday.

  • Allison Victoria says:

    My favorite holiday moment was finally being able to pick up my baby bear after a scary week at the vet for a severe case of pancreatitis, relapsing and bladder infection. We pulled through together <3

  • Kassandra Lee says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I spent Christmas with my family in Switzerland. We stayed in Bern, this small town outside of Zurich. It was perfect in every way, snow covered roofs with light snow fall throughout the day. The best part was there was no hustle or bustle, it was just my mom, dad, and sister walking the streets with no real agenda except spending it together. This gets hard if you’re at home because of all the things you have to do that some Christmases you don’t get too much time with your family. It gives you perspective and gives you a little time to stop and smell the “snow”.

  • Nadia says:

    My favorite Holiday memory was 2 years ago when my parents flew in from overseas to spend Christmas and New Year’s with our little family. We went skiing, tubing, sleigh riding…The whole shebang! It was awesome!

  • Charlotte says:

    My favourite holiday memory has to be when I was 2. All I remember was the sparkly Christmas tree (which was tiny), being allowed to sit at the head of the table like a grown up and a roast bigger than my entire being! I just remember me being so unbelievably happy.

  • Faith Najfus says:

    My favorite holiday memory was being able to visit and spend time with both sides of my family during my winter break!

  • Grace says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I got invited by my sister-in-law’s family and got to enjoy Jesus cake for the first time back in 2004. 🙂
    Also, I don’t do this anymore but I love making handmade holiday cards to my friends and family!

  • Heather says:

    Hey Chriselle!
    My favourite Christmas memory would be the Christmas of 2010, the last white Christmas I can remember. We had long walks in the snow, built a snowman, and warmed up by the fireplace with a hot cup of coco and mulled wine.

  • Thamara says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I was 12 years old. It was the first year my sister and I spent our first Christmas holiday here in the US with our father.

  • Another favorite holiday memory of mine is my trip to Disneyworld 2 years ago!

  • Kathryn cao says:

    My fav holiday memory would be getting my first Christmas tree. The real one where you have to lug and figure out to stabilize. Needless to say the process was tedious and memorable..still brings laughter to this day!

  • Rhea says:

    My favorite holiday memory is spending last year’s christmas with my friends and finding out who was whose secret santa. It was so fun as all of us already predicted to knowing who was theirs and it was fun when we found out the truth!
    – Rhea <3 You're beautiful!

  • Charlotte says:

    My favourite memory is having Christmas dinner at my Nan’s house with all the relatives. Then when my Grandad died she lived with us and had dinner at our house now she’s gone so they were the best times.

  • abigail ong says:

    just the whole family watching countdown from around the world on tv

  • Rebecca says:

    Waking up to my favorite Christmas present of all time… My now 12 year old little chunky yorkie, Louis!

  • Manning says:

    Definitely writing a letter to santa for a Nintendo!

  • Denise says:

    My favorite holiday memory is writing letters to Santa when I was a kid. My family would take us to see neighborhood Christmas lights and every year, there was a house for with letters to Santa! I remember wishing for a gameboy color to Pokemon. :’)

  • Joanna says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when I was a little kid and spent that magic time with my parents and grandparents in the mountains, decorating a Christmas tree and singing carols.
    Merry Christmas!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Claire Paschal says:

    fave memory is when my grandpa visited from the Philippines to celebrate with us here in Nashville.
    we miss him.

    your style is so chic and inspiring Chriselle!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Dorothee says:

    My favorite memory is my daughter’s first Christmas. So magical to experience Christmas with a child 🙂

  • Jacquelyn P. says:

    Favorite memory is when I got engaged! love!!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jen says:

    Favorite holiday memory: delivering my daughter a few days before Christmas, and being able to go home with her in time to celebrate 🎄

  • Brittany C says:

    I love the way you paired the watch with the sweater, over its sleeve! And that fur stole… I need it for my winter life.

  • Love that you are making a donation!!

    My fave memory was watching Home Alone with my brothers! 🙂

    Xo,

    Lourdes
    http://www.plsdotell.com

  • Emily says:

    Love how you styled the watch outside the sleeve of the jumper.

    My favourite holiday memory is toasting champagne with my family before we open our presents on Christmas morning!

  • Denise Procopoi says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is putting the star on the tree every year.

  • Kate says:

    Decorating Christmas tree with the rest of the family

  • Stephanie says:

    My favorite holiday memory is decorating the tree with my family

  • Hipatia Aguilar Jumbo says:

    Tommy perfect and also glam as always!! Loving all your stuff

  • Ioanna says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when all my family members gathered to celebrate Christmas at home ❤️❤️❤️

  • Shinee says:

    Growing up in Mongolia, we didn’t celbrate Christmas, but New Year’s celebration is huge! I remember one year my mom made it back from Russia right before NYE (due to some delays). We were anxious that she wiuld miss the holiday with us, but she didn’t. So it was the happiest holiday. And plus she brought us kids big presents. 😉

  • lindsey says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when my family went and spent Christmas with my aunt and uncle in California. They don’t have kids so it was the first time they did the whole Christmas tree and presents at their house!

  • Aisha K says:

    My fave holiday memory has to be hanging out with my extended family when I was younger. Now everyone has moved abroad so it just isn’t the same!

  • Esther Sim says:

    My favorite holiday memory is actually from last Christmas. It was the first time all of my cousins on my mom’s side of the family gathered in over 10 years. It was really special considering how many adversaries each of our families faced throughout those years. Getting to see everyone together in one place warmed my heart and just thinking about it gets me excited for our growing family and future reunions to come.

  • Elisa says:

    I love how you put the watch over the sweater cuff!

  • Abby Costache says:

    My favourite holiday memory has to be when I was under 6 and my mom and I would bake/prep those Pillsbury Christmas cookies while dancing along to Christmas music. Whenever my mom would cut a new slice I would sneak an already cut piece from the cookie sheet and eat the uncooked cookie dough. I definitely wasn’t hungry when the cookies were done baking

  • Evelyn ward says:

    I’ve always loved going to a Christmas tree farm near our home in California with my family and drinking hot cocoa while finding the perfect tree!🎄

  • Nasmita Hirachan says:

    It was few yrs ago in december 2012. We had hosted a PJ christmas party at our apartment. We had bunch of frens come over. There was lot of drinking, partying and dancing. Lots of memories were made that night.

  • Deanne says:

    I love this look ❤️ My most favourite piece is the fur scarve and the burgundy colour looks amazing with the grey and navy blue.

    My favourite holiday memory is when my husband and I announced that we’re expecting to our family last year. It’s our first baby and her name is also Chloe. Now, she’s almost 5 months. This year we cannot wait to celebrate Christmas with our daughter.

  • Maezie Noval says:

    I remember the feeling of excitement when me and my family are on the aeroplane to visit my grandparents. That has to be my favourite memory, the feeling of finally getting into that Christmas and family feeling.

  • Jacquelyn says:

    oh wow! this is so sophisticated and timeless pairing. love your trousers and turtleneck! they look so comfortable too!

    my favorite holiday memory is when the family spent the holidays in Australia as a family trip. I love traveling and family…that was just a great combo.

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Anita Amponsa says:

    It was actually last year ..me and my friends with my parents went to the best hotel in my city and partied all night long ! It simply was amazing 😉

  • Natalie Ninh says:

    Hi Chriselle and Team!

    This is my favorite outfit you’ve posted so far for the 12 days of Chriselle. There’s just something so sophisticated about turtlenecks and high waisted trousers…
    My favorite holiday memory was the first holiday season I spent with my boyfriend. It was so fun shopping for the perfect gift for him and seeing all the magical lights.

    <3 Natalie

  • Samantha Choo says:

    My favorite holiday memory by far is spending time curled up with one of my closest friends and laughing over some silly thing or another at a small get-together we had. She isn’t on this earth anymore, but I hope she will be just as happy this Christmas!

  • Samantha Choo says:

    My favorite holiday memory by far is the annual family friend party we would have. Fondly, I look back at spending time curled up with one of my closest friends and laughing over some silly thing or another. She isn’t on this earth anymore, but I hope she will be just as happy this Christmas!

  • Monika W. says:

    My favourite holiday memory is singing Christmas song with my whole family.

    Kisses!

  • Ada says:

    My favorite holiday memory is going to Paris in the winter with my family. It was fun just exploring and eating through the city. Paris is seriously so magical that time of the year! #12DaysGiveaway

  • Shirley says:

    My favorite holiday memory has to be the first Christmas we had a real tree in the house. The smell was amazing!

  • Kimberly Johnson says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when I was 10 years old and I woke up super early (5 am) on Christmas day to check out the Christmas gifts. I was trying to be sneaky but my dad caught me snooping! But he let me open a “special” gift anyways; It was a PS2! lol and we played final fantasy 10 together until the rest of the family woke up 🙂 It was nice having that father/daughter time, just the two of us 🙂

  • Shirley Yung says:

    Favorite holiday memory was definitely during freshman year meeting up with good friends for reunion after the first year of being away for college. We had good laugh and good company over hot pot.

  • Claire Paschal says:

    The gold wreath , gold mirror and furry rug is just so winter magical to me!! Great inspiration and styling Chriselle!

    Great holiday memory for me is when I first celebrated as a wife in our new home last year 🙂

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Jacquelyn says:

    Family time is always the best time for me!!

    Love decorating the home (definitely drawing inspiration from this blog post) for the holidays is so fun especially if you know that the people that will be celebrating and enjoying the home is your loved ones!

    #12DaysGiveaway

  • Rewang Namgyal says:

    I’ve never really celebrated the holidays but I’ve always been fond of the winter weather.

  • Sophie says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when we were finally able to have our own tree in the house. It was a big deal for us and it was a very precious moment in my ❤️.

  • Camila says:

    My favorite holiday memory has to be when i was just a little person and we lived in the country side we would have this huge real tree my mother decorated with a ladder! I would leave my pink and white sock hanging at the end of my bed the 24th at night and wake up on Christmas morning with my sock full of presents. I would run to my parents bedroom and show everything Santa had brought!
    XX

  • Ashley Kim says:

    My favorite holiday memory was of meeting my extended family for the first time in 7 years. We played games and I saw people who I saw when I was 5 and it gave me such happiness to see them!

  • My favorite holiday memory is making cookies with my Bubbie before she passed away. It was so much fun spending the holidays with her!

  • Camille says:

    My favorite holiday memory is when it snowed for christmas !
    Xx

  • Jennifer says:

    I remember one year, my dad dressed up as Santa Clause but his version was one with a green floral Hawaiian shirt. 🙂
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  • Lu says:

    Favorite memory… i was 6 or 7 years old at that time we where having dinner with lots of friends and family enjoying Christmas. And they where sending all the kids to sleep so Santa could bring the gifts and everything. An for some reason we didn’t wanted to go. We wanted to see Santa. To catch him going down the chimney… And all the light went out and we hear bells and everything happend super fast and the light where on again and the gifts where down the three and till this day my parents haven’t told me how did they make it. :’)

    I can not imagine how partner with a brand that you love must feel. But I’m super excited for you hahaha! And I also think the same way about watches. Sometimes I transfer a pair of jeans and a plain t-shirt with a big bold watch.

  • Lizabel Alburquerque says:

    My favorite memory is when I meet my grandfather for the first time in christmas about 5 years ago.

  • Fcarranza says:

    I am lucky enough to have my whole family reunited each Christmas, we have the tradition of traveling to a new place every year, but the best part is hanging with all of them after chistmas eve (hangover and everything) laughing and chinlling. That is the best memory of every year.

  • Augie davka says:

    Pulling out our tree and decorating with my mom was wonderful memories . Also our family get together for dinner and exchanging our memories for whole that year . Seeing everyone’s face has full of smile . Those are good memories

  • Joyce says:

    My favorite holiday was spending christmas with my whole family, since we live so far apart.

  • Ellie Della says:

    The last year my grandfather was alive,I’d never forget these Christmas ❤️

  • Malia says:

    Beautiful watch! My favorite memory is as a child, all the early morning magic right before anyone gets up and you are laying in bed dying to get up and open presents. The house is so quiet, anything could happen and you swear you heard Santa.

  • MariyanaK says:

    when we were little, my sister and I got a doll house from santa, we still have it, intact and fully furnished, some 25 years later

  • Heather S says:

    My favorite holiday memory is cutting our tree down with my Grandparents each year. We made such wonderful memories!
    <3

  • Audrey says:

    … waking up Christmas day super confused because for the longest time, I thought that christmas was on the 30th of December! 😂

  • Anne says:

    Preparing Christmas eve dinner has to be a favorite. 🙂 Great look as always Chriselle!

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  • Anastasia Ntr says:

    This turtleneck looks so cozy! Some of my favorite holiday memories include me and my family going skiing abroad and having lots of fun!

  • ami says:

    fabulous as always and the setting is so transporting

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  • Wendy says:

    my favourite memory…finding food & gifts on my doorstep.

  • Debbie says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up to a room with presents.

  • Nicole says:

    Hi Chriselle!

    My favourite memory would be when I was about 10 years old on Christmas. Every year, as the most mischievous child in my family, it was my “responsibility” to sneak into my sibling’s room, wake them up and go unwrap presents at about 5 a.m without waking our parents. One year they must have gotten so frustrated by this that my father strung a trip line across the hallway, tying one end of the cord to a bunch of pots and pans that he placed on the hall table. Of course we didn’t know it was there, we hit the trip line, and the pots and pans came crashing down on the hard wood floor making a huge noise. It woke them up, and we went scrambling back into bed and acted innocent.

  • Moira Núñez Riancho says:

    I remember one christmas, my grandmother wasn’t feeling her best emotionally… she didn’t want to cook or have family over at her house… so we went out, just me and her on Christmas Eve and drank a lot of champagne and tequila and we had so much fun ;):)

  • Agatka says:

    Favourite Christmas memory is baking cakes with my grandma. Wish those times come back 🙂
    Greetings xo

  • Linda Chen says:

    I’m always so nervous to do the whole jewellery/watch over-the -sleeve kinda thing .. can never get the layering right :((

  • Natsumi says:

    favorite holiday memory is back when I believed in Santa and I would draw and write letters to him.

  • Rose says:

    My boyfriend and I had split up a few months before the holidays because we would just argue over the silliest of things; it was a painful but mutual decision. That same holiday season I received a text from him out of the blue asking if it would be okay for him to see me. I was missing him so much that I obliged. He arrived with roses and took me to the river cafe, which is a beautiful restaurant that sits at the foot of the Brooklyn bridge. While at dinner he expressed how much he missed me and how regretful he was to have allowed me to walk away. During dessert he placed an envelope in front of me. Inside was a ring sizer! He said he wanted to make sure that the ring he gets me will fit. It was a magical evening and a few months later he proposed to me on the Brooklyn bridge and we’ve now been happily married a few years <3 This was definitely one of my favorite holiday memories ever.

  • Eamay says:

    Celebrating Christmas in the middle of nowhere on a family farm in Chile. The family farm we were staying at invited us to celebrate the holiday with them and it was a memorable experience to see kindness during the holidays.

  • Gabriella says: