Woohoo! The weekend has arrived! That means I’m a little closer to getting to pull out this Sunday-afternoon-only outfit and wear it. Oh yes I do! I absolutely do restrict myself to wearing this comfy cozy loungewear set to Sunday afternoons only. And it’s not easy, let me tell ya!
On Sunday mornings we’ve returned to attending our church’s worship services on site – with lots of added safety and health protection protocol, of course. So I do get dressed in something nice, but usually fairly casual, to attend church in the mornings. But once I’m home and finished with lunch, I eagerly slip into these ultra soft knit blend Sunday shorts.
So yeah, that’s what Soma named these chic but easy drawstring shorts. And because I know that I work and function best when I really get dressed with a little more polish and structure most days, I do indeed limit myself to wearing my Sunday shorts on, well, Sundays. And what a treat!
I ordered the shorts in my true to size medium, although I really might could have worn a small. But who cares? I’m not going anywhere! On Sunday afternoons I generally
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And Soma doesn’t leave us hanging on what to pair with these comfy Sunday shorts. They also offer a cotton slub short sleeve tee that pairs easily with these Sunday shorts or any other loungewear. Or anything else at all really! I’m wearing a medium tee and I’m happy with the fit.
I’m also enjoying the French terry cocoon wrap. This soft heather grey French terry wrap is made from the same fabric as the shorts, so it’s soft and yummy but still lightweight enough for these warm months. It comes in s/m and l/xl. I have the s/m. Oh, and this yummy wrap is marked down 40%. I don’t think it will be around long.
I don’t mind telling you that I also change into a wireless bralette on Sunday afternoons, too. Shoot, this is the one piece of this loungewear that I actually wear during the week sometimes, too. It’s so soft and easy to wear. I love that it makes me feel supported (I’m pretty small!) and pulled together (ahem.), but doesn’t feel at all binding or constricting. I can easily take a nap in this bralette.
While we’re talking Soma, let me remind you that they carry my favorite panties and sleepwear, too. I wear their Vanishing Panties, specifically the Microfiber With Lace High Leg Brief, and their Cool Nights pajamas. Of course, they carry Cool Nights gowns and robes, too. Oh, and those Vanishing Panties are part of Soma’s current Buy 3 Get 2 Free deal.
By the way, if you’re interested in the Sunday Shorts, but prefer full length pants, Soma has you covered, too. Check out their Sunday pants in black or in the same heather graphite as my shorts. I’ve heard great things about these, too.
Bottom line? Soma’s got us covered for chic and comfy lounging on Sunday afternoons…or whatever day you want to lounge in style!
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Blessed for My Day
Some days I have a harder time than others staying joyful and at peace. My husband tends to catch a bit of the day’s news before I do most mornings. And if our timing is out of sync, he’ll sometimes share that news with me before I’ve had my coffee or, more importantly, my quiet time with the Lord. That never goes well.
Fear and panic and frustration and confusion can mount up in me quicker than my coffee can clear my head. And some days I simply have to let James know that I’m not quite ready to hear all the hard things yet. I’ve learned that I must “exchange whispers with God before I share shouts with the world,” to use a phrase coined by Lysa TerKeurst. And that takes being intentional and consistent.
Dear friend, don’t ever rush to get here to this place before you’ve had at least a few minutes to whisper your prayers to the Lord and lean in to hear what He has to say to you, too. Let’s always choose first to set the Lord before us so that we can face whatever the day may bring with more grace and confidence.
I have set the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not be shaken. ~ Psalm 16:8