Hope you all had just as wonderful and relaxed weekend as I did. Today was a much needed nap day. After church service we went and had lunch and came home to nap for the rest of the afternoon. It is so nice to be able to catch up with sleep every now and then. Now I have a burst of energy to share with you my OOTD.
I titled the post Embracing your challenges after dwelling on what my pastor said this morning.
Challenges are just opportunities to prove how good God is!
Sometimes we focus SO much on those trying times instead of keeping a good, positive attitude through it all. At the end of the day, what you are going through is just for a season and can change in a matter of seconds. It just depends on how you decide to go “through” those challenging times.
This week instead of focusing on what you are going through, focus on the great things that God has done for you. There are people in worst situations that you, so be thankful for what you have because it could be worst.
Ok, so now that I preached for a minute, here is my OOTD. It was definitely inspired by my girl Sarah Jessica Parker here:
Here is my version of this look:
Blouse: Thrifted Skirt: The Shop Boutique Shoes: Ross Bag: ShoeDazzle Jewelry: Premier Designs
I absolutely adore the way that pink and red look together. I am all about colors and this is just the perfect combination!
Fashion Tip of The Day:
So, I have had conversations with ladies who are not too comfortable with mix and matching colors this season and are not sure how to start with the color blocking trend. My suggestion to you is to stick to solid primary colors.Check out the following color wheel that will help you match up colors a bit:
Complimentary colors are very safe to mix like purple and yellow, red and green, or blue and orange. We also love yellow and green, yellow and pink, or yellow and blue together! I recommend wearing two bright colors and using neutral accessories like nude, metallic or animal prints if you are a little more daring. Once you have the two colors down, move on to three colors. 😉
Try it out, experiment, and have fun with it Chica!