Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Transitioning From Summer To Fall

Hey ya'll! With school starting back and cooler weather just around the corner, I wanted to share with you guys a Summer to Fall transition outfit!
Here in Georgia, sweater weather won't come around until about October, so I love this look because it gives a Fall vibe without being too hot.
I thought the suspenders gave it a really cute and unique look, but they are completely optional. I think it's still a super cute outfit without them. As you can see, I decided to take them off for a few of the pictures.
What trends are you looking forward to this Fall? Let's chat in the comment section!

Purse (Vintage Coach)

"But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint."
Isaiah 40:31


Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Back To School Outfit Idea

Hey Ya'll! With school starting up, I thought it would be a fun idea to share a back to school outfit idea with you guys. I personally have to wear scrubs to college, but this would be perfect for high school or college students that don't have to wear a uniform!
I have really been liking the tied bandana around your neck trend! It's definitely out of my comfort zone but I have seen some of my favorite bloggers like Amber Fillerup Clark rocking it so I thought I would give it  try!
I actually picked up this bandana at Wal-Mart and it has the prettiest rose pattern that gives the look a little bit of edge.
My army green body suit is from Charlotte Russe and my jeans are my favorite high waisted jeggings from Aeropostale . My purse is thrifted vintage Coach and this outfit looks really cute paired with white converse or Adidas!

When do you start back to school? And what's your favorite back-to-school trends this year?

"I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength."
Philippians 4:13


Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Oufit Of The Day - Downtown

Hey ya'll!  Today I wanted to share one of my new favorite outfits that I have been loving. I picked this top up at Aeropostale on sale for only $5.99, paired it with a burgundy bralette and my favorite jeans, and dressed it up with some black booties and a black hat!
It has been cooling off just a little bit here in Georgia, and the weather has been inspiring me to start thinking about Fall. I thought the hat and the booties made it a really cute transition outfit!
Who else is excited for Fall???

"Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering."
-Mark 5:34


Friday, July 28, 2017

Fun Summer Picnic

Hey ya'll! Today I wanted to share with you guys this adorable dress I recently got from Cleo Madison Boutique! I love the vintage vibe it gives and I thought it was perfect for a fun summer picnic.
If you are on the lookout for cute & modest clothing, I highly recommend checking out Cleo Madison! I will have my dress and their Instagram linked down below!

"For now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love."
1 Corinthians 13:13


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Thrift Store Make Over! How To Style Vintage Thrift Store Pieces

When I was younger one of my favorite things to do was go thrift shopping with my mom. I have always been a huge bargain shopper and I'm a firm believer that you don't have to spend a ton of money to look stylish and put together. Older trends like this red floral pattern and front tie shirts are actually coming back into style but retailers like this one from Princess Polly retails for over $60.00!

 So today I wanted to show ya'll how easy it is to transform old, outdated thrift store pieces into really cute and trendy outfits that you will love, at an extremely affordable price!

The first step in creating your outfits is to pick a thrift store in your area, and shop until you drop! Seriously though. Don't be afraid to look through everything because you never know what hidden gems you might find! I ended up finding a leather coach purse for only $3.00! I'm still in shock!!

A tip of advice that I have is to always look for potential. Just because something might not be so cute on the hanger, doesn't mean you can't turn it into something trendy.

For my outfit, I ended up picking out this really outdated red floral two piece dress. It looks a lot like something a second grade teacher would have wore in 1999, but hey, I saw the potential and decided to buy. (Only $5.00)
It had built in shoulder pads that I really didn't like so I decided to just cut those out! It was super easy and made a huge difference.

Then I styled it with my $3.00 Coach purse, a denim skirt, and I tied the front to make it look more flattering and on trend! I love this outfit for a casual day out!

I wanted to make the second outfit a dressier option. This is something you could wear to church or out to dinner!
I styled it with my thrifted purse, some brown wedges, and I tied a casual black tee to make it look a little bit more on trend.
I think this one might be my favorite!

I hope you all found this helpful! It was a fun post to do and I hope it inspired you to get out to your local thrift stores and style some vintage outfits of your own!

Thanks for reading! Which outfit was your favorite??

"Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might."
-Ecclesiastes 9:10a

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