My Newest Obsession

Polyvore is definitely my latest obsession. I love looking at clothes and putting them together and seeing what new and exciting things I can do with them. Follow me over on Polyvore and stay up-to-date with my latest creations!

This is definitely inspiring me to plan my outfits ahead of time. It’s nice to be able to play around with something before actually committing to try it on!

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Button-up Shirts…

…are my favorite item of clothing right now. They can be put with everything!

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Shirt – Liz Claiborne Collection (Stolen/borrowed from my mother’s closet) * Skirt – Caprette San Francisco (Estate Sale) * Belt – Gift from grandmother * Bracelet – DIY * Shoes – Urban Outfitters

This is one of those outfits that I simply agonized over but once I made my decision I was sure it was the right one. It was one of those outfits that I walked out the door and felt confident instead of insecure about what I was wearing. That is always the challenge when playing in the world of fashion, especially fashion blogging. You never know when something is going to work. Luckily, this outfit did!

(Bracelet/necklace DIY coming soon)

Pinspiration

Sorry that I have been absent for so long! My dad’s birthday was on Monday so we spent the entire weekend celebrating. Family came in to town, there was cake to be eaten, presents to wrap, food to be eaten, hence no blogging. But here is my weekly Pinterest inspiration!

 

Source: imgfave.com via Brianna on Pinterest

Source: flickr.com via Jenni on Pinterest

Source: spool72.com via Kirsten on Pinterest

Sunday

Dress – Macy’s * Cover – Papaya * Leggings – The Closet * Shoes – Toms

Sunday is one of my favorite days. Typically I get to dress up for church in the morning and then come back home and change into sweats and just relax and also get things done that I hadn’t had a chance to do all week. It is also my day to catch up on tv. Downton Abbey tonight, anyone? But today was a little different. I got a little bit dressed up and went to church but then changed into jeans and a t-shirt and went downtown to serve the homeless with my youth group at a soup kitchen. It is a wonderful experience to be able to serve these people who might not get much other positive human contact otherwise. Service like that really makes me think about what is truly important in life, and no, it isn’t fashion. Though I do love clothes and get completely inspired by the fashion world, our lives have more¬†important things in it. Serving others being a primary important goal. So I would encourage you to find a place in your local community that you can make a difference. It will bless your life, I promise.