Happy Monday ladies! I’m continuing with 20 Days of Winter Fashion, and today I’m styling this gorgeous camel shawl/wrap from Social Threads. I wore this outfit out to dinner Friday night.
The wrap comes in two colors a green/blue and a camel/ivory that I’m wearing. I styled it with an off-white sweater from Old Navy. If you’re looking to add an off-white sweater to your winter wardrobe, this is a good one.
The neat thing about this wrap/shawl is it can be worn as a vest, or you can change it and wear it as a shawl.
I like to add burgundy when I’m wearing camel and ivory. My handbag is sold out (sorry!), but I linked a couple of bags from Sole Society that are the same color and right on trend.
Another trend I’ve mentioned several times is tortoise jewelry, so I’m wearing tortoise earrings from Baublebar.
This shawl can be worn with a casual outfit, but it also looks cute added to a dress. My daughter borrowed it and wore it with a dress. It looked great and kept her warm.
My boots were purchased during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, and I have to say, they are my favorite purchase. I get compliments on them all the time. They are pricey, so if you’re looking for a less expensive option, these from Target have good reviews.
Camel/Ivory Wrap/Shawl (one size)// Earrings//Handbag (option here and here)//Old Navy Sweater (I’m wearing a size small) //Boots (less expensive option here)//Jeans (I’m wearing a size 28)//Ring//Bracelet//Watch
If you have checked Social Threads out, I highly recommend it. They have a lot of cute clothes.
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Beauty For The Heart~~Eugene Peterson was an American-born clergyman, scholar, author, and poet. His son Leif said at the funeral that his dad only had one sermon—that he had everyone fooled for 29 years of pastoral ministry, that for all his books he only had one message.
It was a secret Leif said his dad had let him in on early in life. It was a message that Leif said his dad had whispered in his heart for 50 years, words he had snuck into his room to say over him as he slept as a child:
“God loves you. God is on your side. He is coming after you. He is relentless.”
Let that sink in today ladies. “God loves you. God is on your side. He is coming after you. He is relentless.”
Have a blessed day!
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