Continuing with our coverage of Hallmark‘s “Countdown to Christmas”, we have some info on the clothes from Christmas at Graceland, which stars American Idol alum Kellie Pickler!
Kellie plays Laurel, a business exec who travels to Memphis to close a bank deal. While there, she bumps into her ex, Clay (Wes Brown), a local music promoter who used to sing with her back in college. Laurel tries to focus on work, but Clay ends up reminding her of the good old days when they made music together.
Keep reading below to get some of the styles that Kellie wears in the movie, including a few festive pieces that are perfect for the holidays! Enjoy!
Kellie rocks this chic red tea length dress, which features a pleated skirt and a flattering scoop neckline. Get it from JJ House.
Kellie wears these knee high velvet boots in a pretty taupe color in a behind the scenes shot from the film. Get a pair from Steve Madden.
Kellie wears this light heather grey coat with classic lines in the photo above. Get a similar one from MANGO.
Rocking another amazing coat, Kellie shines in this bright red version with a simple button down design. She wears it with some midnight black jeans and tailored dark brown boots. Get the coat from Nordstrom, the jeans from Madewell, and a similar pair of boots from UGG.
MAD ABOUT PLAID
Kellie wears a pretty printed plaid scarf and some nice black leather gloves in the photo above, plus carries a gorgeous zippered satchel. Get the scarf from Burberry, the gloves from H&M, and an almost exact purse from Rebecca Minkoff.
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Be sure to watch Kellie in the new Hallmark Channel original movie, Christmas at Graceland, when it airs on Saturday, November 17 at 8/7 c!
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Kari Highman is a Beauty and Fashion Blogger at Feeling the Vibe Magazine. Otterbein Alum (2017) – English & Psychology. Always learning & creating. Avid fan of mid 2000’s TV & pop music. Comments or tips, email [email protected]