Sweater weather is here, and I love grabbing a sweater on a cool crisp day! Whether you’re looking for cozy cardigans or comfy pullovers, I’m sharing some of my top picks for fall sweaters!
The Best Fall Sweaters
This Daily Ritual sweater is my go-to sweater this time of year. It comes in several colors, but I love the olive color.
I paired my sweater with denim from Avara. They have a raw hem and slight distressing, and they’re priced under $70. Use code CYNDI15 for 15% off.
Daily Ritual Sweater (small) • Carly Jean (27, use code CYNDI15 for 15% off) • Bootie (similar option here) • Earrings • Belt (option here)
This striped sweater is a crew neck sweater with added detail on the shoulder and a lantern-style sleeve. It comes in several different colors; I’m wearing brown.
I’m wearing the Avara jeans with a brown bootie from Evereve. The bootie is almost sold out, but I linked a similar option.
Striped Sweater (small) • Carly Jean (27, use code CYNDI15 for 15% off) • Bootie (similar option here) • Earrings
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Beauty for the Heart™– As they sat down to eat, he took the bread and blessed it. Then he broke it and gave it to them. Suddenly, their eyes were opened, and they recognized him. Luke 24: 30-31
Truth: Jesus had been walking with two men on the Emmaus road for hours, but they didn’t know it was Jesus. They had been sharing with him about how Jesus had been crucified, and they had hoped he was the Messiah.
Jesus shared with them all that the prophets had written, but it wasn’t until He sat down with them and broke bread that their eyes were opened, and they realized they were talking with Jesus.
We, too, can be like these men and miss Jesus if we don’t have our eyes open to see Him. Today, look for Him and know that he’s at work all around us. Don’t miss him!
Deeper study: Read Luke 24:13-34
Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!
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