Welcome to Dressed for My Day! It’s YouTube video day. Woohoo! Today I’m sharing a simple lookbook filled with new summer style inspiration. You’ve already seen many (but not quite all!) of these pieces here at Dressed for My Day. But I’m styling them all in new ways. Prepare to be inspired!
Let’s get straight to today’s video!
I know you gals love to pin the images. Sometimes I get them done; sometimes I don’t! But today I have them for you. Yay!
Outfit #1 – Floral Crop Pants
Outfit #2- Seersucker Crops
Outfit #3 – Navy & White
Outfit #4 – Madras Plaid Shirt
Sorry, some of these photos aren’t great. Remember, I’m pulling them from videos. Thanks for the grace!
Outfit #5 – T-Shirt Dress
This t-shirt dress is sold out in this pretty blue. But it’s still available in a pretty yellow and two stripe patterns.
Outfit #6 – Linen Pants
I originally styled these linen pants in this post.
See more ideas for styling linen pants in last week’s video.
Outfit #7 – Jeans & Tee
Shop the Looks
Finally, I do have a shopping widget for you with all or at least most of the items from the lookbook. Let me know if you have any sizing questions. These and all the links in the post are affiliate links. If you shop through them and make a purchase, I potentially earn a commission, but at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting my work by shopping my links. I appreciate you!
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Blessed for My Day
How do you run to God? Have you ever considered that? We’re told to run to God in times of distress or need. We’re assured that He is our refuge in times of trouble. But how exactly do you seek shelter in the Lord?
Here are a few ways to run to the Lord in times of need. First, resist the desire to run elsewhere. That’s hard enough! Then call out to God in prayer. I think it’s wise to call upon God orally, verbalizing your prayers out loud. Then run to His Word. Remind yourself of the truth that will steady you and give you needed perspective. Finally, tell the Lord that you believe He is who He says He is, He can do what He says He will do, you are who He says you are and that you can do all things through Christ who strengthens you.
This God—his way is perfect; the word of the Lord proves true; he is a shield for all those who take refuge in him. ~ Proverbs 18:30