Happy Friday ladies! This is a fun weekend in Kentucky because it’s the Derby weekend. I’m not going to the Derby, but I will be watching the race. It’s always an exciting race!
Here are 5 Ways to Wear a Sleeveless Chambray Blouse: (I am re-doing this room, and this is not the way it will look so bear with me for the next month!)
First up, the obvious way to wear this blouse is with white jeans; you can’t go wrong with this look! (I also want to mention that I use this tape when I wear a v-neck top that I want to stay in place. I don’t want to bend over and show anything and the tape helps with that.)
Next, I styled this chambray blouse with black shorts from Target.
These utility shorts are so comfortable, and I’ll wear them all summer.
Lastly, I can’t style chambray without some camo!
Beauty For the Heart~~
I recently read this quote by the late Rich Mullins about going to church.
“I never understood why going to church made you a hypocrite, because nobody goes to church because they’re perfect. If you’ve got it all together, you don’t need to go. You can go jogging with all the other perfect people on Sunday morning.
Every time you go to church you are confessing again to yourself, to your family, to the people you pass on the way there, to the people who will greet you there, that you don’t have it all together. And that you need their support. You need their direction. You need some accountability; you need some help.”
We should go to church, not to be seen, not because it’s the right thing to do (we are free from the law), but because we are sinners saved by grace and we don’t have it all together. We need each other!
Have a blessed day!
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