Happy Friday from Atlanta! I am headed to the Atlanta Apparel Market today to pick out clothes for summer and as much as I like to shop, the market can be overwhelming.
There are more than 1000 temporary exhibits and 550 permanent showrooms set up along with 8000 different product lines and categories. Whew!!
I’m going with the Glamour Farms ladies and they are WORKERS. They can out shop me any day of the week. Of course, I’m the one trying on all the clothes. They hide me behind racks (they always tell me lots of people are trying on clothes but it seems like it’s only me). 🙂
After a while everything starts to look alike. Ha! We do have a lot of fun and Wayne is with me on this trip so I can’t wait to see how he handles all the shopping. He’s a trooper.
I did a front tuck in this picture but I liked it better out so the rest of the pictures there is no front tuck.
This blouse would look great with white or black pants for a work wear look.
I added this cute statement necklace and a white camisole since the neckline is low.
Shop the Post: Fenton V-Neck Top (I’m wearing a small)//White Camisole//Statement Necklace//Nude Heel//Skinny Jeans (less expensive option here)//Watch//Bracelet
Use Discount Code graceandbeauty078 for $10 off your Glamour Farms Purchase.
What are your plans this weekend?
Beauty For the Heart~~Have you ever wanted to pay someone back when they have hurt you or hurt someone in your family?? Our flesh side tells us they deserve it and we will feel better if we can “get” them.
In 1 Samuel 24, David was running for his life and King Saul was trying to kill him. David and his men had the opportunity to end Saul’s life but David refused to do it. David knew vengeance was the Lord’s.
This is how Krista Williams describes it, “Just because opportunities to defeat an enemy come our way, that doesn’t mean we should take them. Instead of seizing an opportunity that seems like the perfect solution to our troubling problems or desperate situations, let’s do the right thing. Let’s practice godly restraint and seek the Lord. Let’s trust God to protect, deliver and provide for us in His time and His way.”
Today let’s make godly choices instead of choices we feel would be best.
Have a blessed day!
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