Hello ladies! And welcome to Dressed for My Day. Today I have outfit inspiration for dining outside this fall and winter. Whether you’re meeting a friend for lunch at a favorite restaurant with outdoor seating or you’re hosting a small gathering around a fire pit in your backyard, I’ve got you covered!
We’ve had outdoor gatherings at church, at the homes of friends and with family. We’ve also eaten outside on our back deck more than ever this year. And with the pandemic continuing to require social distancing and smart habits, I imagine we’ll all continue to gather and dine outside even into the colder months. So it’s time to think about the unique challenges of dressing beautifully, comfortably and warmly for these occasions.
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You can shop the looks through the looks collection below. However, you’ll need to check out a few additional links below. Just click on the photo of the look you’re interested in.
The following are not included in the looks above:
- Thursday Boots leather lace-up boots
- additional blankets
- Brighton Phone organizer (use my code KAYFREESHIP for free shipping on orders over $70)
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Blessed for My Day
Huh! How cool is it that as we journey through the “red letter” words of Jesus in the book of John that today’s passage has us preparing for one of the biggest and most miraculous outdoor meals ever? But the thing I love most about the first words recorded from this account is that they indicate Jesus was the one who first considered how to feed the multitudes surrounding Him. Indeed, Jesus recognized and honored their hunger.
Today Jesus recognizes and honors our hungers, too. Especially those hungers of the soul. Jesus knows that you are hungry for unconditional love, security, significance and purpose. And, like that day thousands of years ago, Jesus is prepared to single-handedly feed your hungry soul. Today He is asking you, “How are you feeding your hungry soul?” That’s something to think about.
Therefore Jesus, lifting up His eyes and seeing that a large crowd was coming to Him, said to Philip, “Where are we to buy bread, so that these may eat?” This He was saying to test him, for He Himself knew what He was intending to do. ~ John 6:5-6