Welcome to Dressed for My Day! Today I’m sharing some techniques I’ve learned that will help you copy that look. You know the looks I’m talking about…all those fashion pins you have pinned to your Pinterest boards but never do anything with! Let’s learn 5 easy steps that will help you copy those looks without spending a dime.
I think you’ll enjoy today’s video. Not only am I duplicating two styles I found on Pinterest and Instagram, but I’m showing you how to do it, too.
Watch the Video
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Please let me know if you have any questions about today’s video. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel! And you can shop the looks through the description page under the video in the YouTube app. But I also have a shopping widget below with everything I showed in the video that is available. These are affiliate links and if you shop through them and purchase something, I may potentially earn a commission, but at no cost to you. Thank you for shopping my links.
Pin the Picture
Finally, here’s a graphic with all the looks from today’s videos – the other Instagrammers’ and mine. PLUS, I included the 5 steps for duplicating styles you love.
Thanks so much for dropping in today. I hope you enjoyed the video. And I wish you a lovely day.
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Blessed for My Day
Last night in my small group meeting we talked about forgiveness and how difficult it is to practice. Our leader asked us some pointed questions to help us assess whether or not we have people we have not forgiven. I thought I’d share them with you today.
- Do I still get anxious or angry when I think about that person?
- Do I quietly hope that person hurts like I do?
- Can I pray for that person?
- Would I be frustrated if God blessed that person?
To forgive doesn’t mean we say that what the other person did was okay. Instead, it’s to cancel the debt. It means we decide they don’t owe us anything…an apology, a reason, anything.
Then Peter came up and said to him, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you seven times, but seventy-seven times. ~ Matthew 18:21-22