Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria Emerson

Happy Thursday! It’s hard to believe that we are a week away from Thanksgiving! Today I’m styling a pullover sweater with boho jewelry from Victoria Emerson.

I’m a huge fan of Victoria Emerson jewelry, and it’s mainly because it’s so versatile. You can wear the wrap bracelets with workout tights and a tee for a casual look, or just as easily pair it with a black dress and heels for a fun statement piece.

Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria EmersonCan we talk about the wind?? Haha! It’s not easy to get pictures when the wind is blowing from every direction!

Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria Emerson Of course, we are all thinking about gift giving, with Christmas just right around the corner, and these bracelets would make a great Christmas gift for the jewelry lover on your list.

I’m wearing the Tuscan Boho Bracelet with this pullover sweater from JC Penney.

Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria EmersonThese bracelets come in these cute pouches. One of the best things about the boho bracelet is the magnetic closure.

Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria EmersonPullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria EmersonI love the look of this wrap bracelet with the Emerson watch!

Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria EmersonIf you feel like you struggle with accessorizing, definitely check out Victoria Emerson jewelry. These pieces are so fun yet easy to pair with your outfits!

Pullover Sweater with Boho Jewelry from Victoria Emerson

Tuscan Boho Bracelet//Square Beads with Silver Dorado Wrap Bracelet//Emerson Watch-Gold on Light Brown//Pullover Sweater (I’m wearing a small)//Skinny Jeans (I’m wearing a size 4, Dark Skies color and they’re on sale for $14.99!)//Black Handbag//Black Booties

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Beauty For The Heart~~After looking at my pictures from today’s post, the wind was blowing so hard and honestly, it felt like I was being hit from every direction.

Isn’t this a picture of how our life feels at times? Some weeks, months, or even years, we can feel like the enemy is hitting us in every direction. He wants nothing more than to kill, steal, and destroy (John 10:10a).

Ephesians 6:11 reminds us to, “Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.”

Today if you feel the enemy is trying to steal your joy, PUT ON THE FULL ARMOR OF GOD AND STAND FIRM.

Have a blessed day!

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  1. Hi Cindy! Thank you for always being authentic about all parts of your life! Quick question – do you have any trouble with the magnetic clasp bracelet falling off? Do the magnets seem to stay magnetized? Thanks again!

  2. Hi Cyndi!

    I have been following you for a while but I have never commented before. Anyway, those jeans actually look better on you than on the model in the link! Ha! Seriously!!! Thanks for the positive and uplifting words-that is the reason I signed up for your blog but your outfits are great, also! I was going through a rough time and your words of grace were needed. I look forward to reading them in your email. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  3. I LOVE when you post clothing from stores that are so reasonable! The sweater is so cute and cozy! I can’t wait to get mine. The price lets me afford more cute clothes for this winter! Keep em coming!

  4. It amazes me at how the Lord speaks to me through your posts. Every day the beauty for the heart section of your blog speaks exactly to my situation. Thank you so much for being sensitive to God’s spirit. May God bless you in your obedience.

  5. I am always so impressed how you and Jolynn brave all kinds of weather to take pics for us. But I also remembered you use to take some great pics in your home too. Love the cute sweater and have never tried JCP jeans and they come in petite YAY!

  6. Thanks again for a great BFTH; need that reminder daily in the work force. Also thanks for sharing about hurt. Growing up in the church can be so absolutely rewarding. Then, as adults, we start to see the more unpleasant sides of folks and understand why many back away from ‘organized’ religion. Thanks for showing us how to keep the faith.

  7. The first thing I thought when I saw your email picture was that it must be really cold! It saddens my heart when I hear of someone being hurt by their church. But I’m glad God has put these special people in your life and pray His blessings continue for you and your family. (Love your outfit too!)

  8. You are so refreshing and real! Thank you! Sorry to hear about you and your husband were hurt by your church. You both are moving on in the right direction with Gods help!

  9. Another great looking and inexpensive outfit. Love that you explore how to look great with less expensive options. I love this sweater and will try these jeans. You look great!!

  10. Love the sweater… I have one of the Emerson bracelets and so does my daughter. They do go with just about anything. We had such high winds yesterday that were up around 75-90 km/ hr. I thought we’d blow away. It also made it feel like -15 degrees Celsius with the wind chill… let’s just say this November is colder than I remember.

  11. I’ so sorry you were hurt by your church. I myself was hurt by my church and left. I ask God all the time to help me get past the bitterness I feel toward that pastor. I battle it every day. But my husband and I have found a very loving church.

  12. So sorry that you have been wounded in a place that should bring healing. Unfortunately, they say the church is the only army that shoots its wounded. Take heart that in reality you are having “church” with your Bible study couples, fellowshipping and breaking bread together, studying scripture, encouraging one another, worshipping God together and sharing the love of Jesus with one another. What could be more “church” than that?

  13. Love that passage from Ephesians! The sweater looks like a cozy alternative to a fair isle sweater. We’re very similar size. Can I ask what size you’re wearing?