Happy Thursday! Two weeks from today, we will be gathered together with our families to eat the greatest meal of the year. I can already smell pumpkin pie!
A few days ago I popped into H&M and found this pretty floral blouse. The price point was good, and I thought it would be a great option for a Thanksgiving day outfit.
If you’re cooking Thanksgiving dinner, you might not want to wear high heels (Haha!), so flats will be a better option. I am cooking Thanksgiving, but we are having an early Thanksgiving dinner with my Dad and his wife so I can wear the heels there.
If the weather is cold, you can add a cardigan to this outfit. Layering is always a good idea this time of year. I am wearing an off-white cami under the blouse.
The blouse has a ruffled collar with ties and a V-neck. I really like the sleeve detail with smocking and ruffle at the cuffs.
It is coat weather here in Kentucky, and the teddy bear coats are having their moment this year. Teddy bear coats get their name from their resemblance to a favorite childhood stuffed animal, the teddy bear.
Because this is a trend, I didn’t want to spend a lot of money, but I wanted to add one to my winter wardrobe. This teddy bear coat is from Target and of course sizes are going quick!!
My handbag has the popular metal rings, and it’s on sale for under $30. My heels are the oatmeal suede color, and if you like a heel, these are swoon-worthy.
Long sleeve floral blouse (I’m wearing a size 2)//LOFT cami (I’m wearing an xs, color whisper white)Burgundy teddy bear coat (I’m wearing an XS)//Handbag (on sale!)//Suede Heel//Flat shoe option from JC Penney//AG Jeans (I’m wearing a size 28)//Earrings//Watch//Bracelet//Ring
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Beauty For The Heart~~As I think about the upcoming holiday season, I’m always reminded that it’s not happy for everyone. I have been there, and I understand.
This quote by Max Lucado is a good reminder.
“You’ll get through this. It won’t be painless. It won’t be quick. But God will use this mess for good. In the meantime don’t be foolish or naive. But don’t despair either. With God’s help, you will get through this.
You, who are torn between families? You, who are still grieving the loss of a precious friend, your loved family member? You, who are wondering if in this season of miracles yours may have been lost?
Is it possible that God is using the trials of this season to strengthen you? I think so.”
My fellow believers, when it seems as though you are facing nothing but difficulties see it as an invaluable opportunity to experience the greatest joy that you can! For you know that when your faith is tested, it stirs up power within you to endure all things. And then as your endurance grows even stronger, it will release perfection into every part of your being until there is nothing missing and nothing lacking. James 1:2-4 (TPT)
Have a blessed day!
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