Welcome to 21 Days of Summer Fashion! I’m teaming up with my friend, Jo-Lynne Shane again to help you gear up for summer with the latest styles, trends, and outfit ideas for the summer season.
Whether you have a vacation planned or your looking for pieces to add to your everyday style, we’ve got you covered. Plus, I’m kicking off the series with a $200 Colleen Rothschild Giveaway!
Today I’m sharing a lace detail sleeveless top with a pair of casual shorts and with dark denim and heels. It’s one top, two ways and it would be an excellent option for the upcoming 4th of July holiday.
The detail on this sleeveless top is so pretty. It’s a very feminine top, and it comes in several colors.
A few weeks ago we talked about the floral trend in jewelry, so I was excited to add these gold floral earrings to my summer collection. You can wear them with the gold hoop or remove the hoop and just wear the flower.
I’m wearing an older pair of nude heels because I still haven’t found my box of shoes. I’m starting to think I may not ever find them but these are what I would have worn if I had them.
This bamboo clutch is a great clutch to carry with all your summer outfits. I like to carry it to church because I only need a few items and this works perfectly.
Lace Detail Sleeveless Top (I’m wearing an XS)//Wit & Wisdom Jeans (I’m wearing a size 6)//Earrings//Bamboo Clutch//Watch//Bracelet//Nude Heels (less expensive option here)
Denim shorts are a must-have for me, and these are super comfortable.
You can’t go wrong with leopard print in my book, and I love to add it to my outfits especially leopard print shoes.
Lace Detail Sleeveless Top (I’m wearing an XS)//Denim Shorts (I’m wearing a size 27)//Earrings//Handbag (option here and here)//Leopard Sandal//Watch//Bracelet
Be sure to visit Jo-Lynne and see what she’s styling.
NOW FOR THE GIVEAWAY!
I love Colleen Rothschild skincare and I’m so excited to give one of my readers a $200 gift card to purchase some product.
Beauty For the Heart~~Jesus was “led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil” (Matthew 4:1). The wilderness speaks of testing, adversity, difficulty, and brokenness. Jesus traveled there, and so will we. It is not possible to get through life without it. There is no bypass. There are no detours.
But how we handle the adversity and the difficulty is key. It can be a time of strengthening, a time of growth in our relationship with Christ.
Whatever you are dealing with today, lean into Jesus. He is your strength!
Have a blessed day!