That ugly moment when the Holy Spirit shows you that you’re not allowing Him to produce His fruit in you.
One way modest women can be covered, yet still fly.
It was entirely way too hot and bright to be taking pictures by the boardwalk but I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to bless you with scenery other than my backyard, lol. Sorry for the picture quality,
I’m not quite sure I’m prepared for the heat that will soon expose itself. Unfortunately I sweat profusely and my thighs are so darn big, they fight with each other with every step I take. You didn’t come here for that so let’s get into the details on this look.
I’ve been wanting an off- white suit for ages. I couldn’t get myself to actually purchase one, as they were all expensive, so I bought each item as seperates on sale. White suits are refreshing, powerful, bold, intimidating, yet inviting. It’s also an eye -catcher. While in the past I shyed away from white, the launch of my blog has taken me out of my risk adverse element. I’m willing, and most certainly able, to try every and anything that won’t compromise my style. And while my style is, for the most part, undefined, I always revert to class. When going for all white looks, it’s important to accessorize! And this can mean adding a bold shell, chunky jewelry, or bright heels! I did a bit of it all by pairing it with a mesh shell, leopard t-strap heels, and chunky jewelry. I’m so in love with this Zara peal choker. I believe it is a Chanel dupe; lets thank God this one was only $19.99.
Necklace: Zara (Sold out; Try here) // Blazer: Zara (Old; Love this) // Blouse: Worthington via JC Penny // Pants: Worthington via JC Penny // Shoes: Forever 21 (Try these)// Clutch: Banana Republic (sold out) // Sunnies: Kate Spade (Try this)