Happy hump day! Jo-Lynne and I are joining forces to share a casual winter outfit. These are for women who are looking for a casual outfit for running errands or working from home (or weekend wear).
Today we are styling a tunic with leggings (use discount code graceandbeauty017 for $10 off) and tall boots. I’ll be honest and say I don’t wear leggings very often. I love them on other women but I don’t think I wear them well.
Most of my height is in my legs so I have to have a long top which is not always easy to find. I tried to find a straight tunic (not an a-line) and one that wasn’t flowy.
This tunic from Macy’s is a great tunic but it’s a little pricey. It is a good thick tunic and I love the lace up detail on the front.
I added a pop of color with my Vera Bradley handbag.
The tunic is long enough to cover my back end which is a must when wearing leggings.
My Coach boots are on sale (40% off). I purchased these a few months ago becauseI didn’t have a good pair of tall leather boots and I felt these would be a pair I could wear for a long time.
I also thought this outfit would be cute with a leopard print clutch. Perfect accessory to add if you were going out to dinner!
Denim tunic (I’m wearing a medium)//Ahh-mazing leggings (use discount code graceandbeauty017 for $10 off) //Tall Boots-here and here//Loft tank in black//Earrings//Crossbody bag//Leopard clutch-similar here//Watch-similar here//Bracelet//Bracelet//Bracelet
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Beauty for the Heart~~And let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we shall reap if we do not grow weary. Galatians 6:9
It’s easy at times to become weary. There is so much opposition to the best plans for doing good; there is so much to be done; but Paul encourages us to persevere! Don’t grow weary. Keep doing good!
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