Happy Friday, ladies! This post couldn’t come at a better time since we have around ten inches of snow outside. The only thing I could add is gloves and a hat for all the winter weather.
Here are some of the Best Winter Accessories That Go With Sweaters. We still have lots of winter weather left here, so we might as well grab some cute accessories.
Best Winter Accessories That Go With Sweaters
I love coats! Not only do they keep us warm, but they can make a statement.
Belted Funnel Neck Coat (I’m wearing an XS)//Smocked Ruffle Blouse (Sold out)//Highest Rise Skinny Jeans in Classic Dark Indigo Wash (I’m wearing a size 4)//Leopard Block Heel (TTS)
It’s fun to add layers to our sweaters, and it also adds some great dimension to any outfit.
I always get asked if scarves are still in style. As long as there is cold weather, scarves will be in style! There was a time when those huge blanket scarves were trending. I don’t think it has to be a huge scarf, but they’re great for warmth and look great with sweaters.
I love to add big earrings to my winter outfits, and hoops are definitely my go-to earring.
Sweaters and boots go together like peanut butter and jelly. I love wearing boots this time of the year and of course they’re needed when the weather is cold.
It’s sweater weather so let’s have some fun styling them!
Beauty For the Heart™~~ Worship the Lord with gladness. Come before him, singing with joy. Acknowledge that the Lord is God! He made us, and we are his. We are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Psalm 100:2-3
Truth: Sometimes, we can lose the awe when we worship. This verse gives us a spiritual pick-me-up and tells us why we should worship with gladness.
We acknowledge that the Lord is God (He is the one true God), He made us (He’s our creator), We are His sheep (this helps us see the tender care God shows his people).
Understanding these truths can put the awe back into our worship. Don’t let the world steal your amazement for God!
Deeper Study: Read Psalm 100:1-5
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