Hi gals! This week is flying by. In fact, the month is going by so very fast. My son’s wedding is in less than two weeks, and when you have a date like that on the calendar, time seems to drag…and then suddenly fly by! Know what I mean? So soon both Halloween and then Thanksgiving will be upon us. That’s why I wanted to go ahead and show you the perfect fall t-shirt…for all the autumn festivities.
This is actually the outfit I wore on our way to the couples’ retreat in Indiana last weekend. It was comfortable and warm for the roadtrip up to the camp and perfect for our evening activities.
I bought this perfect fall t-shirt on Jane.com a few weeks ago, and I just love it. Jane.com has daily specials featuring everything you can imagine, but I always love their novelty t-shirt offerings. I’m including a number of fall and even some Christmas options in the shopping widget below. Some of them are reduced in price today.
You can get this exact pumpkin on your shirt through this vendor at Jane, but I also like this pumpkin option and this one. They’d be perfect for any Halloween or Thanksgiving festivities, plus everything in between. But check shipping dates. I noticed some take a while to get out.
My dark wash skinny jeans are from Ann Taylor. I find that AT consistently has well made jeans that fit me well. I’m wearing my usual size 6. While I think this tee would have looked wonderful with lighter wash jeans, too, I think every gal needs a pair of dark wash jeans in her closet. They just instantly dress a look up.
You’ve seen this royal ruby corduroy blazer before (here). I told you, I’m going to wear this thing out! So far I’ve mostly worn it with t-shirts, but I have other plans for it, too. This jacket is marked down significantly right now and still fully stocked. I’m wearing a 6 comfortably, so size down.
I’m also frequently wearing my tan suede penny loafers. These Sperry flats feature a memory foam footbed for ultimate comfort and are supported by a hidden EVA midsole. And I love the tiny gold studs along the welt of the shoe. The loafers are also available in wine red, navy blue and grey.
This entire look would be perfect for working a Halloween or fall festival carnival, visiting a craft fair or traipsing through antique stores. But I very well may wear this combo for Thanksgiving, too.
Be sure to check the shopping widget below for the complete look as well as a few other t-shirt offerings at Jane.com. Let me know if you have any questions about sizes. My t-shirt is a small, but that particular vendor is no longer offering it so that information is kinda pointless. Just use the sizing chart with any shirt you select.
Aren’t these photos pretty? A million thanks to my sweet hubby for all the work he does on this blog. He’s such a trooper, and I’m so very grateful!
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Blessed for My Day
Think about the last time you were in crisis mode. Maybe it was yesterday. Maybe it was a month ago. Where did you run? To whom did you turn? Did you run to the Lord first…or as a last resort?
We can prepare for the next crisis by daily meditating on the name of the Lord our God. Do you know His name? His character? He is the Lord who provides, the Lord who heals, the Lord who saves and the Lord who hears. We can trust in His character. As we build our trust in His character we will become more likely to run to Him first…instead of fifteenth.
Some trust in chariots and some in horses,
but we trust in the name of the Lord our God. ~ Psalm 20:7