Before we talk about my outfit, let me say THANK YOU for all your sweet comments yesterday. I read each one and I wrote down all the styles you wanted to see during this series. I will do my best to get to all of them.
As we celebrate the season of thankfulness, I am thankful for each of you!
Now, let’s talk fashion. Remember yesterday I said I struggle with dresses and skirts being too short for me and this one may be a little short.
I sent a picture to my daughter last night and asked what she thought. She didn’t think it was but I’m still not sure. If you’re petite this skirt is going to be great for you!
I take a lot of my pictures at Shaker Village and if you notice, they have started putting up their white lights. They have miles of white fence and they add lights to all of them. It’s absolutely beautiful! Perfect for some holiday pictures.
My choker is from Charming Charlie. It’s a little big on my neck and turns when I wear it. I have ordered some different chokers and I’m hoping they will fit better.
I purchased my Kate Spade watch when it was 75% off. It’s gold and silver and I love wearing it with my David Yurman bracelet (my bracelet was a gift from my husband for our 25th wedding anniversary). I know Kate Spade will have a good Black Friday sale. I’ll be sharing all my favorite picks next Friday so stay tuned!
Last year I purchased this black coat from H&M. I wear it all the time when the weather is cool. I linked a similar one below.
What I’m Wearing
Be sure to visit Jo-Lynne and see the winter outfit she’s styling today!
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Beauty For the Heart~~“You are the light of the world–like a city on a hilltop that cannot be hidden. Matthew 5:14
We talk a lot about shining our light here on Grace & Beauty. The Greek word for light in this scripture is phós and it means divine illumination and radiance.
How do we illuminate Christ during the holiday season? A lot of it is how we handle our daily life.
- We are kind in the midst of a busy holiday season.
- When we are around a difficult family member we show love even though it might not be easy.
- We remember that all that we have belongs to Christ and we share what we have with those less fortunate.
Let’s let our light shine so others can see and know Christ.
Have a blessed day!
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