Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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This weekend was the start of our four Thanksgiving Dinners! We had a church dinner Saturday night, and a family lunch on Sunday. I wore this outfit to our church dinner. I was quite amused when I asked Sean what he thought about the outfit. It was the first time I had paired this all together. He hesitated for a minute, and told me for some reason he kept thinking of a turkey when he looked at me! Haha! I gave him a hard time about it, and told him turkey’s don’t wear pink! :) He told me later that he thinks it is because the pattern on my shirt reminded him of feathers. Hmm…. :)
Corduroy Fall Maternity Outfit for the Second Trimester! I love the geometric print on this top, and how the whole outfit went well with my brown boots. The skirt is a corduroy skirt that I made with my last pregnancy..or maybe the one before that? :)

Second Trimester Pregnancy Pictures! I’m trying to get creative on how to style my hair as my bangs grow out. Bobby pins are my friends right now. :)

There is a lot going on this week! Lots of Black Friday sales to announce…I can’t wait to dive in and start sharing with you all! :)

What I Wore

Skirt – Homemade Corduroy Maternity Skirt

Knit Top – Mimi Maternity (I used credit from ThredUP, a gently used clothing site)

Sleeveless Top – Gap Maternity – (Again it is from ThredUP, a gently used clothing site)

If you are a new customer to ThredUP, you can use this code: UCJQXM5D to save 30% off your whole order!

Boots – Lollipop Shoes brand from Zulily

(Zulily is a daily deals site, a great place to shop for Christmas gifts and clothing!)

Makeup – L’BRI Pure and Natural

Link Up Time!

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Cold Weather Outfit Ideas For The Feminine Woman

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Cold Weather Outfits for the Feminine Woman!

Are you needing some inspiration for feminine outfits that work during the cold weather? Here are some lovely ideas. I need a boost myself…I haven’t been as thoughtful on looking put together lately, and I really want to work harder at it. When I go out I think I’m ok, but during the day I would really like to take the time to put my makeup on, or slip some earrings on.

A cute Fall Fashion outfit with adorable accessories, including Lilla Rose Hairsticks!

 

I’m not a leopard print person but I see some people pull it off and look great. I am loving splashes of yellow, and the hairsticks from Lilla Rose are really cute with this.

Dress with leggings and my favorite bobby pins!

I like leggings under dresses if they come to my knee or longer. I love the colors of this dress and the bobby pins are some of my favorite. I wear a lot of blue and these bobbies work great while I’m growing out my bangs. Seeing the nail polish makes me want to stop and take the time to paint my nails. I don’t take the time during the winter months to paint my toenails, but it would be a simple thing to do. While I can still reach my toes, that is. :) Another few months and I won’t be able to bend over with my pregnant tummy!

A beautiful outfit for winter! I love the denim jean jacket with the scarf and striped maxi skirt!

This is one of my favorite outfits! I want to put together an outfit just like this with what I have in my closet. I love striped maxi skirts and I really like denim jackets when paired with a feminine looking outfit. And once again my favorite bobby pins are in this picture!

Mommy and Me matching outfits!

This is such a cute outfit for a mother and daughter! I think I would need a longer dress but this would probably be ok for a petite woman. The flexi clip in this picture was what made me fall in love with Lilla Rose and decide to become a consultant. I love that boots help keep you warm while wearing a dress.

I love the deep rich colors in this outfit!

I love the deep rich fall colors in this outfit. The skirt looks nice and warm, so that is a huge plus! The bows in this outfit add an adorable touch.

Doe Eyed

Doe Eyed by audge999 featuring teal hair accessories

This outfit proves that accessories can totally change the look of an outfit! It would look a little simple without all the cute extra touches!

Love this maxi dress with a sweater and belt!

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You don’t have to pack your summer maxi dresses away! Put a cardigan and a scarf with it and some winter boots and you can wear it all winter long!

It can be easy to look through outfits that are perfectly styled and feel discontent. Try to just be encouraged by the ideas and go get creative with your closet! When buying something new make sure it is something you will wear often!

Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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It is cold here!! From what I have seen a lot of the USA is having a cold spell right now, except Florida of course. :) I’ve had to work harder on staying bundled up this week. Our house just doesn’t ever feel really warm so I add layers!

It is possible to stay warm in a skirt during the winter months!  A maternity skirt and a warm maternity sweater, along with leggings and knee high socks keeps me warm! I’m wearing knee high black socks, with maternity leggings under the knee high socks. It keeps me pretty warm, though I miss my fleece lined leggings. I need to pull out my pair and see if I can still wear them with my pregnant tummy. :) None of the other leggings I’ve tried have been as warm as those.

If you are having trouble staying warm while wearing a skirt, you might read through a post I wrote last year about how to stay warm and modest in a skirt.

Dangle Flexi Clip for an elegant, easy way to pull your hair back! Dangle flexi clips are so pretty! I love all my flexi clips though…I’m not sure I’m brave enough to post a current picture of my basket holding all my clips. ;)

What I Wore

Skirt – Ruffle skirt we used to sell at Deborah & Co.

Sweater – Maternity Motherhood sweater from ThredUP

(you can get $10 in free credit if you are a new customer using that link!)

Knee High Socks – Marshalls

Leggings – Maternity leggings from ThredUP – Motherhood brand

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

Makeup – L’BRI Pure and Natural

Link Up Time!

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Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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I had a busy week but it ended with a great weekend! The two oldest girls went to spend the night with their Nana Friday so I had a productive Saturday cleaning the house and getting bags and boxes of things to bring to goodwill. Such a great feeling to be purging some things, especially out of a smaller house! :)
Denim Rainbow Maternity Skirt with Cardigan I am excited to have finally found a good maternity cami that I like. I originally found it on Zulily and decided to try it. It is a PinkBlush brand cami, and what I like the best about it are the adjustable straps that bring the neckline up higher. So many maternity camis are lower cut, so this is a good find! It’s also a good quality knit that should hold up well over time.

Heart necklaceI’m wearing a heart necklace that has the birthstone gems for Sean and I on it together. It came from the Got Sparkles store. They are advertising on our Christmas gift guide and sent me this necklace.

Compass Rose flexi clip I have an x-large Compass Rose flexi clip in my hair. This picture is taken after I cleaned house all day long, so I think my hair held up well in the clip! I have really slippery hair that seems to be more finicky lately, probably due to pregnancy hormones!

The yellow cardigan is perfect for fall!

What I Wore

Skirt – Rainbow Denim Maternity Skirt – Deborah & Co.

Cami – Maternity cami from PinkBlush

Cardigan – Honey colored ¾ length sleeve cardigan from Deborah & Co.

Shoes - ThredUP (Nine West brand)

Necklace – From Got Sparkles 

Flexi – Compass Rose from Lilla Rose 

Makeup – the only makeup I wore was Lip Gloss from L’BRI Pure and Natural

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