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I know I just showed this dress on a Modest Monday a few weeks ago, but it was so easy to just grab it and go for church that I wore it again this Sunday! Right now most of my clothes are still packed up, so all my Halftees are in a box somewhere. This dress didn’t need anything special, so I went with it.

We have been working on getting our wood floors finished this past week. I’ve been in super old clothes while we have been staining the floors, but thankfully for the most part they are turning out great! We had one stain appear on the floor after we put the stain down, so we are getting a professional to come in and see if they can fix that spot. We start the many coats of polyurethane this week, that should be an adventure! I’m so grateful for my husband’s experience with wood (he was a cabinet maker for 6 years) which is helping us save money!

I’m also thankful for my flexi clips. I’ve worn one literally every day for weeks now, as they have been fantastic about keeping my hair out of paint, stain, and out of the way while we took wallpaper down.

I’ve been working on getting our school room set up in our basement, so I’m excited about getting the last of my new books in the mail and for us to get started soon!

What I Wore

Dress – Rose Floral Maxi Dress 

Shoes – Zulily

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

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Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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I can’t tell you how much I love Sundays right now. All week long I feel so yucky. I’m exhausted, I wear paint clothes, no makeup, and I eat way to much pizza and junk food. This house project! But then comes Sunday. We try really hard to keep Sunday set apart as the Lord’s Day, and we don’t do work on Sunday unless we have to. I get to curl my hair, wear nice clothes, put makeup on, I take a long nap when I get home from church and feel normal again!

I love using the Conair hot rollers on Sunday morning to curl my hair. As soon as I get up I plug them in, so they can be warming up while I get children up and ready, and get dressed. After I get dressed I put my hair in curlers (it really takes just a few minutes) and then I put my makeup on. I used to think it took forever to use hot rollers, but once I got used to using them I realized it only adds a few extra minutes on your morning routine.

I wanted to put my hair up before evening church, so I used the Tudor Rose clip along with the hair stick. Lilla Rose is releasing quite a few new leather clips that I’m so excited about!

It’s our final week to work on the house before we move in. Actually, we are still not sure if we can actually move in on Saturday, but we need to be out of our rental house so our belongings will be moved in. It’s the week of finishing our wood floors, so I’m hoping the smell will not last a long time!

What I Wore

Maxi Dress – Eloge brand, found on Zulily quite often

Blue Navy Lace Tank – Deborah & Co.

Flexi Clip – Tudor Rose Clip from Lilla Rose

Shoes – Nude pumps from Zulily

Makeup – Younique

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Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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I’m in love with this outfit! I’ve been looking for a tunic type shirt, or a short dress to wear with jeans for awhile now. Stitch Fix finally came through for me! The capri and top both come from Stitch Fix, and I love them!

This is actually a short dress they sent, along with a note that they hoped it would be long enough. Um…no. It’s not going to work as a dress for me, but as soon as I saw it, I knew it would work for wearing with my Capri pants that I got from the last Stitch Fix box.

The Capri pants are amazing for a mom who has had several children. They have a wide elastic band, which makes them so comfortable and supportive.  They are soft and stretchy. They are not cheap though, I had credit through Stitch Fix which is why I went ahead and got them. You can find them with a little darker color on Nordstrom.

I wore this top without a cami under it when my hair was down, but since I braided it I went ahead and wore a cami under it to cover up the open spot.

Converse Shoes for a casual look.

The Flexi of the Month clip from a few months ago!

What I Wore

Capri Pants – Stitch Fix Box or found on Nordstrom here

Dress – Market & Spruce brand from my latest Stitch Fix box.

Shoes – Converse Ballet Shoes 

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

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Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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I’m sorry this Modest Monday is so late! I was in bed with a fever all day yesterday, and I just didn’t even feel like pulling out the computer to do this post. My children started attending church school this week, so I got up and dressed, hair curled, makeup on, and went and took these product photos of some new dresses after we dropped them off.

I’ve been waiting and waiting for these dresses to arrive! I knew I would love them, but they are even better in person! We have this rose maxi dress available on Deborah & Co. and guess what the best thing is? They have pockets!!!

There is also a Midi length dress, that comes with pockets. These dresses are soft, stretchy, and I think are very flattering!

They are available in sizes Small-3XL!

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