Yesterday it was cool here. Today it’s getting warm again. What’s a girl to do? Especially as we get into September and October I’ll be struggling a little to dress for days that start off cool, then warm up and then turn cool again. You, too? That’s why I’m sharing a great warm/cool outfit today.
When the day starts out cool simply layer a cotton or cotton blend pullover sweater over a lightweight t-shirt. I chose to go with a solid white tee, but you could even wear a graphic tee or a shirt of a different color.
When the weather turns warmer, just slip off the sweater and wrap it around your waist.
Or throw it over your shoulders and tie it once around your neck.
For added interest when you slip the sweater off, consider adding a fun belt, like this vegan leopard print belt.
You can easily duplicate this warm/cool outfit with any lightweight t-shirt and sweater, but if you’re looking for a great neutral, light sweater for the fall, I highly recommend this oatmeal colored pullover. It’s soft, features a trending split hem and will look great with so many things – black pants or jeans, camo, leopard print, white jeans and of course blue denim.
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Blessed for My Day
Do you ever just need to vent? I sure do. But I’ve found that the best place to vent is to the Lord. When I share my frustrations too profusely and fervently to others, I risk sounding like I’m whining or expecting them to somehow fix my situation. I may even receive unsolicited advice.
And yes, advice is sometimes helpful. But then there are times when you’ve already processed the situation over and over and over, and someone comes along with a somewhat trite and easy-fix answer. That can just be all the more frustrating. Right? Instead, take your cares to the Lord. He cares for you. He’ll give ear to your frustrations and listen with compassion. And He alone can give you true wisdom and perspective.
Give ear to my words, O Lord;
consider my groaning.
Give attention to the sound of my cry,
my King and my God,
for to you do I pray. ~ Psalm 5:1-2
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