Today I have a special treat-Sister Sunday! I asked my younger sister Patience to join me on this outfit post! I actually got up a little early, so I took these photos before I went to church today. The lighting isn't superb, but I think it's better to get the outfit pictures taken before church-as I never remember to after!
I'm wearing a new hat my mom bought me at Claire's-isn't it adorable?! I was drooling over it and my mom said-"You have to wear it at least three times and I'll buy it." So this is number one! ; ) I actually really only write on this blog so I can remind my mom of when I wear things. She'll say something to effect of-"Have I ever seen you in that shirt?" I'll go, "Yes, I wore it on my blog-do you want me to pull up the blog post?" So yes, I only write on here to keep track of what I wear (joking). I originally had planned on paring the hat with a bunch of pink, but I put the outfit on this morning and decided it was pink overload. Instead, I toned it down with a grey shrug I thrifted, a grey shirt (also happens to be thirfted) that has pink print and a white skirt. To keep it matching a bit I wore grey leggings (and two pairs of socks!) and my black Go Jane boots.
Patience is wearing an Angry Birds shirt (She's seriously obsessed with them-she always asks to play it on my i-Pod!) Coincidentally it's actually a really addictive game! ; ) She paired it with a fun panda bear hat with matching gloves. A nice casual look with jeans and Bear Paw snow boots.
|Fun Ice-sicle Photo|
While perusing the many lovely blogs I follow I happened to glance over at Emily's profile/bio on her sidebar. She totally summed up the reason we should blog: "I also like to get inspired by other ladies who are dressing with modesty and style, and this blog is just another way for us to share with each other!" Encouragement. That should be our goal for blogging. It's easy to get caught up in a "popularity" contest, seeing how your blog matches up to others, comparing stats and followers. But in the end, what does it really matter if we haven't encouraged anyone? If we encourage just one person to pursue modesty (or to continue pursuing modesty) by blogging, we've been successful. Go Girls-you rock!