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Casual Summer Style in Blue and Gray

My kids are splashing in the pool right now. I’m relaxing on the deck, soaking in the afternoon sun. We’re in full on summer mode around here and my wardrobe is keeping up with the times! Long, sunny days spent outside in the fresh air make me want to break out some fun, relaxed outfits.

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This look includes a cute knee length denim skirt from L.L.Bean which I found on ThredUp several years ago. This is one of those versatile pieces that can be worn over and over in so many different ways. I wore it with a dark blue tank from Old Navy. Over that I added a cute little short sleeved cardigan in a neutral gray from Ann Taylor.

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For accessories, I wore my favorite wedge sandals. They’re a wonderful taupe color that goes with everything. My gorgeous necklace and the adorable sunnies are both from Chloe & Isabel. (By the way, I just recently discovered this brand and I’m completely smitten!)

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What are some of your go-to choices for casual summer style?

What I Wore

Skirt: L.L.Bean (via ThredUp)
Tank: Old Navy
Cardigan: Ann Taylor (also via ThredUp, similar here)
Wedge Sandals: Nine West
Necklace and sunglasses: Chloe & Isabel

 

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Spring 2017 Lifestyle Favorites

Spring flew by and we are officially in the summer months. How is it possible that the year is half over already?!

I thought I would share a few of things I’ve been loving and using lately. Hope you enjoy and find some inspiration to try something new, too!

 

Fashion

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As I mentioned in a post last week, I am absolutely loving wearing my new paisley patterned maxi dress from Florence Adams. It’s classy and elegant and comfortable and it makes me happy when I wear it!

 

Beauty

it cosmetics vitality lip stain

My new favorite lip product is the It Cosmetics Vitality Lip Flush 4-in-1 Reviver Lipstick Stain. Vitality Lip Flush takes the place of four products–your lipstick, conditioning lip balm, hydrating lip gloss, and lip stain, all in one! It’s comfortable to wear and long lasting—I put it on in the morning and the color lasts all day long!

 

Books

what women fear

I recently read What Women Fear by Angie Smith, and it was excellent. This book challenged me and encouraged me. I identified with so much of what Angie shared. She wrote in a candid, vulnerable way that resonated with my own experience in so many ways. I highly recommend this book. It has the potential to be life-changing.

 

Personal Care

Everyone Lavender Lotion

Lately, I’ve been using EO Products Lavender and Aloe Everyone Lotion. It’s smells wonderful, with it’s fresh lavender scent from real essential oil. It is made with natural, healthy ingredients that are nourishing for the skin, and it’s versatile enough to use on face, hands, and body. I especially love to apply it at nighttime; the smell is perfect for helping bring a sense of relaxation in preparation for sleep.

 

Food

republic of tea good hope vanilla

My favorite tea right now is Good Hope Vanilla Rooibos from The Republic of Tea. It has a nice smooth vanilla flavor. It’s perfect with a drop of cream and a sprinkle of sugar or stevia. So yummy!

 

Home

pillow

Recently, I decided to update the throw pillows on my bed. I chose an easy care square pillow with a beige background and pretty script lettering, along with a soft pink minky one. They both give the perfect accent to my vintage style floral bedding.

So there you have it—all my favorite things from this spring!

What are some things you’ve been loving lately?

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My New Favorite Maxi Dress: Modest Fashion Friday

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The dress I’m sharing with you today is my new favorite maxi dress. I’m completely smitten with this dress and I find myself wanting to wear it all. the. time.

This adorable dress is from an online shop called Florence Adams. When perusing the website, I had an extremely hard time choosing which items to order—I wanted them all! If you’ve read my blog before, you know I’m big on comfortable but feminine clothing that looks classy and put together with minimal effort. That’s not an easy list of requirements to fill. Florence Adams, however, has all those aspects in abundant supply!

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As soon as I spotted this dress, I knew it belonged in my closet. The colors, the paisley pattern, the style and cut of the dress itself, all seemed to be tailor made to fit my personal style. How did they know I was looking for a dress exactly like this one?

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A maxi dress like this one is truly a stand alone piece for you wardrobe. It makes dressing so easy when you can pull out a dress like this, put it on, add a pair of shoes and maybe some earrings, and you’re good to go!

I did add a tank under the dress for modesty’s sake. The design of the neckline necessitated a little something extra underneath. The surplice style of the front of the dress does make it nursing accessible, which is a rare feature in a maxi dress.

I wore the dress with a pair of sandals with a chunky heel. These are so comfortable and they’re super cute. What makes them even better is that I found them on ThredUp for a really great price! (If you haven’t yet signed up for ThredUp, you’re missing out on some amazing deals on designer clothing and accessories. Use my referral link >>here<<, and you can get $10 off your first order!)

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Because I wore this outfit to church on a recent Sunday, I added a cute straw hat to complete the look. (I’m old-school and wear a hat or head covering in the worship service each week in accordance with I Corinthians 11.)

This maxi dress will definitely be one of my go-to wardrobe staples this summer!

(Stay tuned for future posts featuring more fabulous dresses from Florence Adams!)

What I Wore

Maxi dress: Florence Adams
Sandals: via ThredUp (similar here)
Tank: Old Navy (I always use Ebates to earn cash back when I shop at ON)
Hat: similar

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A Glimpse Into My Life: An Idyllic Weekend at the Maine Coast

This recent Memorial Day weekend was a fun and relaxing one for our family. My husband, who owns his own business, took Friday off. Since it was Memorial Day weekend, that meant he had four days’ break from work. Friday was spent doing projects around the house and running some errands. We spent Saturday as a family in one of our favorite places to take a day trip, the Maine coast.

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There is something I find indescribably comforting about being near the ocean. Perhaps it is because I was born on an island. Maybe it’s because so many of my happiest memories happened on a beach. Or maybe it’s the power of the water and the air and the rocks that reminds me of the power of the Creator of it all. Whatever it is, the sea calls to me and brings me to a place of calm.

Maine coast with lighthouse in background

My children love to explore the rocks along our favorite stretch of coastline in Boothbay Harbor. There is a glimpse of a lighthouse out in the distance. The islands which can be spotted from the beach are like so many others that dot the shoreline along this stretch of the Atlantic, yet each is unique as well.

Boothbay Harbor, Maine

We were blessed with a radiantly sunny day with brilliant blue skies. The water had it’s cheerful spring colors on and the breeze was slightly chilly. It was perfect weather.

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We also strolled along a coastal flea market for a couple of hours, discovering treasures we didn’t know we needed. It was a truly delightful day.

Maine coastal town

Sunday morning was dedicated to attending church. In the afternoon, my husband took the children fishing while I relaxed and visited with my mother. Monday, we attended a backyard barbecue. The children and young people enjoyed games of croquet and ultimate frisbee while the adults relaxed and engaged in rousing discussions of everything from theology to food allergies to dog bites.

kayaks in harbor

It was one of those weekends that exceeds expectations—a delightfully idyllic few days that I will cherish for a very long time. Our schedules have been so busy lately, this lovely break came at a time when I really needed the refreshment it brought.

boat in Boothbay Harbor, Maine

I am so grateful for the enjoyable time we spent together as a family. As our family grows and each of the children matures, the opportunities for days like these will slip past, especially with our oldest children. In the not-too-distant-future, my little chicks will begin to leave the nest, and life will never quite be the same again. If you are a mom with little ones, savor every moment you have right now. These days are precious and gone all too soon. You will blink, and one day they will be grown up and ready to head out on their own. And you will wonder how it happened so fast. Take my word for it.

family on rocks near ocean

Get Ready for Summer Giveaway

It’s giveaway time again! I’m really loving these monthly giveaways. It’s so much fun choosing a prize, writing the post, seeing all the entries come in, and then seeing how excited the winner is to receive their gift! Thank you all for participating and sharing the giveaways with your friends, so they can join in the fun as well!

For this month’s giveaway, I decided to gather a bunch of goodies together  to make one amazing prize. All the items included in this giveaway are perfectly suited for prepping for all-out summer fabulousness! I’m calling it the Get Ready for Summer Fun Giveaway!

This is going to be so much fun! I can’t wait to see which one of you wins this one!

(All of these items came from past Fab Fit Fun subscription boxes—feel free to check out my Fall, Winter, and Spring Fab Fit Fun unboxing posts. These are things I received in the subscription boxes and wasn’t able to use myself; each of them is in its original packaging and in brand new, pristine, untouched, untampered with, and otherwise perfect condition. 🙂 So there you go….)

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What I’m including in the Get Ready for Summer Giveaway:

RealHer I Am Fabulous lip kit

Luv AJ earring climbers and studs earring set

Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion exfoliant

Deborah Lippmann nail polish duo

Gypsy 05 Boho Beach Roundie

Anderson Lilley Beach Butter Body Cream in Sicilian Tangerine

Fashionista note cards (2 sets—for the stationary lover!)

 

To enter the giveaway, use the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway will run for 10 days. I will email the winner at the close of the giveaway. Thanks for entering and here’s hoping you’re the winner!

 

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Swing Dress with Jeans: Modest Fashion Friday

We spent last weekend at the coast, and it was delightful. We poked around at a flea market, finding all kinds of wonderful bargains. We had a lovely lunch at one of our favorite restaurants. And we relaxed and climbed the rocks at one of the nicest stretches of the Maine coastline.

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I knew we would be doing some walking and exploring, so I dressed accordingly. I chose to wear a comfy knit swing dress from Old Navy. This dress drapes so nicely and the shape is very flattering for a variety of body types. The neutral gray tone of the dress makes it easy to dress it up or down, depending on the occasion. It’s an extremely easy piece to wear.

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Along with the dress, which is just a tad too short for me to feel comfortable wearing on its own, I wore a pair of boyfriend jeans. (I’ve become slightly addicted to the dress-with-pants trend.) These jeans are relaxed enough to make them super comfortable without making them baggy. I rolled to legs a few times to make them cropped, which gives them a fun, casual vibe I really love.

sitting by the ocean

The cool sea breezes made a cardigan a necessary addition to the outfit. This cardigan also came from Old Navy and is one of the most versatile items in my wardrobe. The fit, the shape, the pockets—I love it all! As for the shoes, my casual flats rounded out the outfit. A long beaded necklace gave it a hint of polish and brought interest to the simple dress.

This was the perfect look for a relaxed day of beach combing and sight seeing. (Incidentally, and completely by accident, all the clothing items in this outfit came from Old Navy!)

What I Wore

Swing Dress: Old Navy
Boyfriend Jeans: Old Navy
Cardigan: Old Navy
Shoes: Nine West

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10 Books to Encourage the Heart of the Christian Woman

10 books to encourage the heart of the christian woman

There are so many non-fiction books available these days in the inspirational category. Some are excellent, some are more on the mediocre side. It’s hard to know which ones are worth your time to read. Which of these reading choices will give you the most benefit for your time invested?

I love reading inspirational non-fiction books almost as much as I enjoy novels. It can be so valuable to spend time considering new ideas, reevaluating priorities, or hearing from the lives of others who gone through difficulties and grown in wisdom because of them. Christian inspirational books are my favorite of what can also be described as “self-help.” I try to read at least one book a month that challenges me in this way.

As someone who is always on the lookout for the best in Christian non-fiction, I thought maybe you could relate. So, I gathered 10 titles I consider excellent reads for the Christian woman looking for encouragement in her daily walk.

**Please remember to use discernment in choosing any of these (or any other) book. It’s always wise to “chew the meat and spit out the bones”—meaning you may not agree with everything included in each of these books. Be sure to look to the Bible as the final authority and remember that each of these books was written by a human. None of us is perfect, but each of us has something to share with others that can be of benefit.**

10 Books to Encourage the Heart of the Christian Woman

  1. The Best Yes by Lysa Terkheurst
    It seems like so many of us are running ourselves ragged trying to keep up with all of our commitments these days. This book addresses our tendency to agree to things that may not be the best choices for our current circumstances. Learning to say “yes” to the right things at the right time and “no” to the things that don’t serve us or our families well can be extremely freeing.
  2. What Women Fear by Angie Smith
    The message of this book was one I desperately needed to hear. I believe we all need to hear it. Personally, I have struggled with different forms of fear my entire life. Because of that, this book really resonated with me. If you have every struggled with being afraid to try something new, to take the next step, or that you aren’t who you believe people think you are and you are afraid of being found out, this book is for you.
  3. The Set Apart Woman by Leslie Ludy
    This book is so needed in today’s culture. The message the Ludy’s share is one of dedication to serving God no matter the cost. In this book, Leslie discusses the importance of prioritizing knowing God and following after Him. She talks about the importance of a life wholly devoted to the Lord, whatever the cost may be.
  4. Longing for Paris by Sarah Mae
    I believe the author of this book will hit a nerve for many young moms in today’s culture. Motherhood is hard and sometimes it can be tempting to wish you could escape the mundane routines of your everyday life for exotic places filled with adventure. In her typical self-deprecatingly entertaining way, Sarah Mae encourages her readers to see the beauty and adventure all around us. She shares her own journey toward finding joy and meaning in ordinary, everyday things.
  5. Choose Joy by Sarah Frankl and Mary Carver
    This is the moving story of a woman who lived for over 20 years with, and eventually died from, a debilitating autoimmune disease. It is the story of how she found joy and hope in the midst of incredibly challenging circumstances. This book will touch and inspire you to choose joy in your own life, no matter the difficulties you may be facing. This is a truly life-changing book.
  6. Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist
    As women, we all seem to feel the pressure to perform, to keep up appearances, and to meet so many expectations we place on ourselves. So many women are running around trying to be everything to everyone, and often feeling like they are falling short. This book addresses that issue by presenting another way, a way of authenticity and grace. It is a great reminder of how to be fully present in your own life.
  7. Rest Assured by Vicki Courtney
    Another book on how to free yourself from an over-committed, busy, hectic life, this offers practical solutions on recovering from the resulting exhaustion and overwhelm.
  8. Hoodwinked by Karen Ehman and Ruth Schwenk
    Because of culture, family, friends, or lack of biblical teaching, many moms miss how valuable and powerful their calling really is. Some have bought into the pressure to be “Supermom.” Others have believed the myth that they can “do it all” and do it perfectly. This book will encourage and inspire women to embrace their roles as mothers wholeheartedly yet realistically, whether they work outside the home, have a home business, or are stay-at-home moms.
  9. Anchored by Kayla Aimee
    Both poignant and humorous, this book recounts the story of the author’s journey through the premature birth of her long-hoped-for daughter. With vulnerability and plenty of wit, she shares her struggle to redefine her faith, her marriage, and herself within the midst of challenging circumstances. As someone who has experienced the loss of a child, this was not an easy read for me. But the message of hope resonated with me, as it will with anyone who has walked through an unimaginable trial like this one.
  10. The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp
    In her signature style, Ann Voskamp speaks from her own place of brokenness and asks: What do you do if you really want to know abundant wholeness? This book is filled with profound insight on how to fully live a life of faith, even in the midst of brokenness.

Has this list given you some ideas for what to read next? Do you have any favorite Christian inspiration non-fiction books you could add to these? Have you read any of the books on this list? If so, what did you think? Leave a comment below—I’d love to hear from you!

 

 

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Keeping It Casual in Khaki and Blue

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Spring is in full swing here, and I’m loving the beautiful weather (when the sun actually decides to shine for more than five minutes at a time—this is New England after all!). Relaxed, casual looks are what is called for in these late spring and early summer days.

This week’s outfit features a knee length khaki skirt I picked up at a thrift store years ago. Skirts like this one are not too hard to find. I love the relaxed feel of this skirt. The color and weight are perfect and the fabric is durable, making it a great item for everyday wear for a busy mom like me.

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I paired the skirt with a peasant style top in a pretty blue and white floral. I love the feminine details in this blouse. The print of the fabric reminds me of a willow wear plate, which makes it even more fun to wear!

I chose to style this outfit with a pair of simple flats. These have been my go-to shoes for most of the spring this year. They are very comfortable. The neutral color of these shoes means they go with absolutely everything.

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Overall, I’m really loving wearing this casual khaki skirt and pretty peasant blouse this spring!

What I Wore

Skirt: Banana Republic (thrifted—similar here)
Blouse: similar here, here, and here
Shoes: Nine West
Earrings: similar
Bracelet: similar

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Boho Tunic Worn Two Ways

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If you’ve been a regular reader here for any amount of time, you may have noticed that I have an affection for the boho chic style. I also really love a good floral pattern. Today’s post features not one, but two outfits that incorporate both of those things.

Amazingly for me, every item in these outfits is currently in store or online. Being the thrift store shopper that I am, my clothing items are typically good quality pieces from previous seasons. So, I’m excited to share this outfit, because if you like any of the items, you can purchase them for yourself while they’re still available!

This floral patterned tunic from Old Navy is quickly becoming a favorite item from my wardrobe. I’ve worn it several times since I bought it, and it has shown itself to be a surprisingly versatile piece. I’ve worn it dressed up for church, as well as styled more casually for everyday.

(Technically, the tunic is actually considered a dress on the Old Navy website. However, it is entirely too short for my comfort as a dress. But, it is the perfect length to wear as a tunic!)

Today, I’d like to share two different ways I’ve styled this tunic recently.

Outfit 1

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This first look is on the dressier side. It made a comfortable and pretty outfit for church on a recent Sunday. This tunic is so easy to wear, and I love the colors in the print. I’m a huge lover of all things that feature roses, so this print is right up my alley.

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Pairing the tunic with this maxi skirt really emphasizes the boho feel of the tunic. A side braid and wedge sandals enhance the fell as well. I topped off the look with a fun navy and mint straw fedora and some silver pendant earrings.

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Outfit 2

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Styling the tunic with pants gives it a much more casual vibe. I really like the longer length tunic with these boot cut jeans. A pair of lavender sandals with a pretty rose detail add a fun accent to the outfit.

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I love versatile pieces like this floral boho tunic. It’s fun to think creatively about your wardrobe and come up with lots of combinations for items in your closet, don’t you think?

Do you have an item in your wardrobe you especially enjoy styling lots of different ways? Please share in the comments—I’d love to hear about it!

What I Wore

Tunic/Dress: Old Navy
Knit Maxi Skirt: Florence Adams
Wedge Sandals: Top Moda
Fedora: Magid
Handbag: Relic
Earrings: Filigree Teardrop
Jeans: Old Navy
Lavender Flip-flops: similar

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What to Wear to a Spring or Summer Wedding

A very dear friend of ours was married last weekend, and we attended the wedding. This week’s post will highlight my wedding outfit. You’ll also get a glimpse of what some of my kiddos wore as well.

At the end of the post, you’ll find some inspiration for other wedding attire, in case you’re looking for the perfect outfit to wear to a spring or summer wedding.

spring-wedding-outfit

This pretty chiffon dress came from Old Navy last season. It is so light and airy, and it feels very feminine to wear. I adore the soft blue color and the watercolor effect of the pattern. This dress has a high-low hemline—it’s the only one of these I own presently. The dress is fully lined, though I wore a slip as well for modesty’s sake.

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The dress is sleeveless, so I added a flyaway cardigan for coverage and to dress up the look a bit. I got this lovely little cardigan from (where else?) ThredUp. It is light and comfortable—it makes a perfect layering piece for spring.

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I chose these sandals because they are dressy enough for an event like a wedding, but they’re still comfortable enough to wear all day. The taupe color blends beautifully with the blues in the dress and cardigan, tying the look together.

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The necklace is a fun addition which adds just a hint of sparkle to the outfit without being over the top. It is a longer length, giving a bit more interest to the otherwise simple upper portion of the dress.

Because the necklace is so detailed, I chose earrings that are a bit simpler. They enhance the necklace without completing with it.

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I just had to share a pic of my handsome little fellas. Wouldn’t you agree they look very dapper in their coordinating suits? Surprisingly, I picked these up at our local Walmart.

What I Wore

Dress: Old Navy last year (similar)
Cardigan: BCBG via ThredUp
Shoes: Rampage
Necklace: Dressing Your Truth
Earrings: (similar)
Boys’ Outfits: (similar)

Here are a few outfits that would be perfect if you’re wondering what to wear to a spring or summer wedding.

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Hopefully these ideas were helpful if you’re trying to decide what to wear to a spring or summer wedding.

 

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