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January is almost behind us and I’m thinking about What To Wear on Valentine’s Day! It’s the perfect excuse to put on a cute outfit and go out to dinner.
What makes the sweater even cuter is the polka dot chiffon layer around the bottom and the feminine side slits.
I styled this sweater with the Lolita skinny jeans. They’re not too slim and not too curvy, just right for everyday wear. I’m wearing a size 6 but they’re a little big so size down one size if you order them.
To step this outfit up a bit and since it’s a Valentine’s outfit, I added a strappy heel in a wheat color.
I’m ready for my date night with my honey!
Floral Sweater (I’m wearing a small)//Lolita Skinny Jeans (Size down one size)//Strappy Heel//Earrings//Ring
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Beauty For the Heart~~Yesterday at church I taught from Matthew 5:1-12 which is called the Beatitudes (beatitude comes from the latin word, beatitudo which means blessed or happy).
This is early in Jesus’ ministry and he is sharing what it looks like to be a disciple. Over the next few days, I’m going to share one of the Beatitudes and what it means to us as believers.
“God blesses those who are poor and realize their need for him, for the Kingdom of Heaven is theirs.” Matthew 5:3
In the first beatitude Jesus is saying we will be blessed if we realize our need for Him. Poor is not a physical state it’s a spiritual state.
This is a stark contrast from what the secular world tells us which is we don’t need anyone and to be independent. As believers we realize our need for a Savior.
Have a blessed day!
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