It’s Friday! I’m glad so many of you liked yesterday’s post on What to Pack for a Weekend Getaway. I struggle when it comes to packing so this will be a good reference for me too!
Today, I’m sharing a navy blazer that’s perfect for casual Friday wear. This navy blazer has 3/4 sleeve length with a striped cuff. It’s made of a soft knit fabric, and it’s on sale. It comes in three colors.
Because our weather is cold, I added a plaid scarf.
This navy blazer can be worn all year long, and you can style it differently for each season.
I’ve been wearing my riding boots a lot since the weather has turned cold.
Navy Blazer (I’m wearing small. Also, it says hand wash, but I will wash it on delicate cycle and hang to dry)//Olive Pants (similar here)//Riding Boots//Earrings (similar here)//White Tee (I’m wearing an XS)//Watch//Bracelet//Plaid Scarf
Sole Society has 30% off their tall boots. Sizes are going quick!
Beauty For The Heart~~I have shared this before, but I think it’s worth sharing again as many of us our right in the middle of winter.
I’m not a huge fan of winter. Cold, dreary days get old quick. But this quote from Richard Foster reminds me that winter can be a season of growing.
“Winter preserves and strengthens a tree. Rather than expending its strength on the exterior surface, its sap is forced deeper and deeper into its interior depth. In winter, a tougher, more resilient life is firmly established. Winter is necessary for the tree to survive and flourish.”
Although I don’t love winter, I think I need winter. It’s a perfect time for me to dig deep into scripture and allow my faith to grow.
Colossians 2:7 says, Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness.
Winter prepares me for the year ahead!
Have a blessed day!
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