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Getting Ready for Spring with a Floral Dress

Spring is finally in the air around here. The air is fresh and clean, the snow is melting, and the temperatures are running the gamut from 30 degrees all the way up to 65. It’s time to break out some spring fashion items!

To me, nothing says spring is here like a flowing floral dress. Wearing a soft chiffon dress in a pretty floral print is the perfect way to welcome a spring day.

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This dress is a ThredUp find. It’s shorter than I’m comfortable wearing, but I solved that problem by styling it with a knee length a-line skirt in a lovely green that brings out the color of the leaves on the dress. The flow of the dress works nicely with the slightly more structured skirt. The combination makes for a fresh, pretty look that’s still modest.

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This outfit exudes femininity. Can you get much more girly-girl that a pink floral chiffon dress?

I wore this dress and skirt with a pair of Nine West heels I’ve had for several years. I love the slightly vintage feel of these shoes. The ankle strap is my favorite detail on these pretty little shoes. The color is neutral and the style is timeless. They pair perfectly with the feminine look of the dress.

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Wearing this outfit, I feel ready to welcome spring with a smile!

What I Wore

Dress: Tildon (via ThredUp)
Skirt: Connection 18 (via ThredUp)
Shoes: Nine West (similar)
Earrings: (similar)

 

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10 Elf Products Worth Trying

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Have you ever tried any products from the Elf brand? If you haven’t, you really should.

Elf is a great budget option for quality makeup products. The Elf products line includes tons of beauty items for a range of skin types, complexions, skin colors, and tastes and preferences. The products are really good and the prices are super cheap. Win/win, wouldn’t you say?

Here are a few Elf products that I have personally tried and highly recommend.
  1. Complexion brush
    The brushes from Elf are great quality, soft, dense and comfortable to use. The complexion brush is great for applying powder or foundation. And for $3 a piece, what’s not to love?
  2. Baked Highlighter
    These highlighters have just enough shimmer without looking glittery. They give a very pretty, glowing effect to the skin.
  3. High Definition Under Eye Setting Powder
    This finely milled powder works great for setting underage concealer. For a budget price, the quality is compatible to higher end products.
  4. Waterproof Eyeliner Pen
    This eyeliner is easy to apply and stays in place all day.
  5. Beautifully Bare Total Face Palette
    With the exception of foundation and mascara, this palette can give you a complete look. It includes a highlighter, contour shade, and two blushes. You could even use it for eyeshadow in a pinch, which makes this palette perfect for travel. The packaging is pretty as well!
  6. Mad for Matte Eyeshadow Palette
    This eyeshadow palette has a nice range of wearable shades. It’s perfect for creating a wide variety of looks. The shadows are fairly well pigmented and they apply smoothly and wear well.
  7. Matte Lip Color
    Available in a wide range of shades, these lip colors are beautiful. They go on nicely and are super long wearing. Like most matte lipsticks, they do tend to dry the lips. Still, they’re fairly comfortable to wear.
  8. Shadow Lock Eyelid Primer
    This eyeshadow primer works well at smoothing the lid and holding onto shadow. It definitely works to extend the wear time of any eyeshadow.
  9. 3-in-1 Mascara
    This stuff works great and at $3, it’s well worth every penny!
  10. Makeup Mist & Set
    This setting spray helps extend the wear of your makeup. It is light and effective and works great for a great price!

If you haven’t tried any of these, you really should! For the price, you’ll be glad you did!

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Modest Fashion Friday: Wearing o’ the Green

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Even if you’re not Irish, I think we can all agree there’s something especially appealing about this holiday. It commemorates a man of God who selflessly dedicated his life to the service of others. He followed God’s call to spread the Gospel in Ireland, sharing the love of Christ with them and impacting the entire culture.

Plus, it’s just a fun holiday, don’t you think?

This day is also a special one for our family for another reason. This was my mother-in-law’s birthday. Though she passed away five years ago, she is still dearly loved and greatly missed. Ironically, she had an incredible knack for finding four-leaf-clovers!

In honor of this day, I’m featuring the color green. I’ve been told I have a bit o’ Irish in me, so I’m dressing the part!

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This sweater set is one I’ve had for a while. It’s one of those classic pieces that never goes out of style. It is a wardrobe staple that I’ve worn a lot over the years.

The skirt is another floral one. (I seem to be featuring a lot of floral lately!) I love the soft, subtle shade of green in this skirt. The pattern has a slightly romantic feel with the large hydrangeas and broad leaves. It’s not your typical floral skirt, but it fits in beautifully with the color palette of many of my other clothes. I like the double slits on either side of the skirt. They are much more modest than slits in many knee length skirts.

These beige heels are ones I wear often. They are perfect neutrals that truly go with any outfit. The earrings were a gift from my parents several years ago. They picked them up in a little jewelry shop in Edgartown, on Martha’s Vineyard. I love the green stones in these earrings. The finish of the silver has a gorgeous antiqued quality. These are definitely some of my favorite earrings. I paired them with a simple silver chain necklace I’ve had in my collection for many years.

Even if you’re not Irish, wear a little green today. It’s a festive way to join in the spirit of the day!

What I Wore

Sweater Set: Chadwick’s
Skirt: Banana Republic (via ThredUp)
Shoes: Clarks 
Earrings: (similar)
Necklace: (similar)

 

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How to Create a Morning Routine

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Having a morning routine can be incredibly helpful. The benefits of a regular morning routine include better productivity, efficiency, improved mindset and attitude, and a smoother start to the day. If you don’t have a regular morning routine, I highly suggest developing one.

I have several tips on how to create an effective morning routine, one that will get your day off to the very best start.

Tip 1: List Tasks Needing to be Accomplished

Make a list of all the tasks you need to accomplish each morning. Include everything—brushing your teeth, showering, exercise, breakfast. Write it all down, so you know exactly what needs to be included in your routine each day.

Tip 2: Figure Out How Long Each Task Will Take

Assign a time frame to each item on the list. Of course, this is a ball park estimate. It doesn’t have to be exact.

Tip 3: Assign an Order to the Tasks

Decide what tasks should be done in what order. Will you brush your teeth first, or shower first? When will you eat breakfast? Place each task in the order that makes the most sense. Write down the order and keep this list handy for reference

Tip 4: Find a Rhythm

Begin implementing the order you assigned to each morning task, referring to your list if needed. Reevaluate and see if anything needs to be shifted around. Allow yourself to fall into a natural rhythm.

Tip 5: Make it a Habit

Keep at it each day until it becomes a habit. Do each task in the relatively same order each day until it is second nature.

Tip 6: Be Consistent

Continue with the routine each day. The longer you follow the routine, the easier and more smoothly it will flow. You’ll speed through your morning, knowing you’ve covered all your bases and gotten every task done that you needed to.

Tip 7: Reevaluate and Revamp

If after a while you find your routine isn’t working for you anymore, reevaluate to see if any changes or adjustments need to be made. It’s a good idea to do this on occasion anyway, as needs and priorities change and a morning routine may have to change with them.

A morning routine is a helpful tool. Making one work for you can make your mornings easier and your outlook better.

It works for me!

Modest Fashion Friday: Jewel Tones—Amethyst and Emerald

Jewel tones—they are so rich and beautiful. They bring to mind royalty. Though I don’t often wear jewel tones, when I do I always feel regal in them.

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This outfit was one I wore to church recently. It was perfect for the late winter morning on which I wore it.

The cardigan is the perfect weight for late winter and early spring days. It gives warmth without being too heavy. The color of this cardigan is deep and lovely. A sleeveless shell in a slightly lighter shade of purple accents the darker color of the cardigan perfectly.

A dark, almost forest green pleated skirt compliments the sweater nicely. The length of this skirt is modest and very flattering.

Nude pumps make a nicely neutral addition to this outfit. I chose to carry a purple handbag in a shade similar to the sweater. I love the design of this bag. It has a slightly slouchy, unstructured quality I really like. It’s not a designer brand or anything fancy, but I like it just the same.

I have to mention these delightful earrings. They are drop style, set with delicate colored moonstones in silver settings. They were a gift from my husband for my birthday last year. And they’re one of my favorite pairs of earrings.

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Jewel tones are so enjoyable to wear, and I felt very put together and nicely presentable in this outfit.

What I Wore

Skirt: Chadwicks (similar)
Sweater: Old Navy (similar)
Shell: Ann Taylor via ThredUp (similar)
Shoes: (similar)
Earrings: (similar)

 

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Five Minute Journal Review & March Giveaway

It’s monthly giveaway time! Are you excited? I am!

I’ve got something very special for this month’s giveaway…

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Since the first of the year, I have been starting each morning and ending each evening with The Five Minute Journal. The Five Minute Journal is a gratitude journal that is pre-formated to make it extra easy to use consistently.

From The Five minute Journal Website:

“The Five Minute Journal was designed for those who have trouble sticking to a commitment and have started and stopped journals before. With a simple 5-minute guided format, you’ll create a daily empowering habit that actually sticks….With The Five Minute Journal, each day you’ll focus on the tiny steps towards making your dreams a reality. Start making every day a great day!”

Using The Five Minute Journal has really helped me to be intentional about starting and ending my day on a positive note. As a daily practice, writing in The Five Minute Journal means I am reminded to really focus on my blessings and be grateful for the many wonderful things in my life. God has been gracious to me, and taking the time each day to notice the wonderful gifts He has brought into my life has helped me to have a more thankful attitude.

The format of the journal is easy to use. There is one page per day, divided into two sections—one for the morning and one for the evening. The morning section includes an area to list 3 things you are grateful for, 3 things you would like to see happen that day, and space for an affirmation or daily prayer. The evening section provides a place to list 3 good things that happened that day and one way the day could have been better.

These journal prompts are designed to put us in a mindset of seeing the good things in life with appreciation. Life is a gift, and every day is a treasure. Our time here is precious and the people in our lives are wonderful blessings not to be taken for granted. A gratitude journal brings that truth to our minds on a constant, day-to-day basis.

The point of a gratitude journal is:

Celebrate daily life and choose to be joyful!

Although I do not necessarily agree with everything written in the beginning section of The Five Minute Journal, I believe it is an extremely useful tool and much of what the creators of the journal promote and suggest is incredibly helpful.

Because using The Five Minute Journal has been so beneficial to me, I wanted to share that experience with others. I’ve given several copies away to friends and family, and now I would like to give a copy to one of you as well.

So, this month’s giveaway is a copy of The Five Minute Journal. But, I also wanted to add a little something extra…

One of the things I am incredibly grateful for, and have often mentioned in my own Journal, is YOU! My dear readers, you have blessed my life so much, and I am truly grateful for each and every one of you.

In turn, I want to be a blessing to you as well. So, to show my appreciation, not only am I giving a copy of The Five Minute Journal, but I am adding a $25 Amazon gift card.

To win the Journal and gift card, just enter the giveaway in the Rafflecopter widget below.

And, if you are not already doing so, I would encourage you to keep a gratitude journal of your own. It doesn’t have to be scripted like The Five Minute Journal. You could just use a simple notebook where you write a list of things you’re thankful for each day. It can be a powerful tool for bringing encouragement and thankfulness into your life. Try it!

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Spring Transition Pieces That Should Be in Every Wardrobe

Spring is so close you can almost reach out and touch it. With the weather fluctuating wildly between cold and dreary and warm and sunny, choosing the right clothing can be tricky. That’s when it’s important to have a few key transition pieces that can take a wardrobe from winter into spring in style.

Chambray shirt

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Every stylish woman’s wardrobe should include a chambray shirt. They are truly the workhorse of every closet. I can think of few wardrobe pieces more versatile. A nice chambray shirt can be styled in so many different ways. It can be dressed up or down, depending on what you pair it with. Layered under a pullover sweater, a chambray button-down can keep you warm on a chilly day. Worn by itself with the sleeves rolled up, it’s perfect for a casual look on a warmer day. It can even be worn with a pretty tulle skirt for a dressier outfit.

Pleated midi skirt

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A pleated midi skirt is an absolute must for every stylish wardrobe. Can there be a piece of clothing more feminine while still being so comfortable? Modest and pretty, the pleated midi skirt is a perfect transition piece for a winter-to-spring wardrobe. In a heavier fabric, it can lend some warmth, but the length can be great for a sunny spring day.

Suede booties

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Not as warm as knee high boots, but often as practical, a nice pair of booties can be a great piece to wear in early spring when there may still be some ice or snow on the ground. They are also great for those days in early spring which tend to be drizzly or rainy. Slogging through mud puddles is easier in a pair of booties than in flats or sandals, wouldn’t you agree?

Hunter boots (or rain boots)

Or, you could wear boots actually designed for mud.

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Surprising as it may seem, the hunter or rain boot is one extremely practical accessory which has become quite a trend. A bright colored pair of “wellies” can not only keep your feet dry on a rainy day, but they can accent the right outfit as well. Around here, this style of boot is known as “mud boots,” probably because these boots are most often worn in that season affectionately known in this part of the world as “mud season.” (Yes, here in rural New England, we have an entire season named after mud. If you’re ever here during mud season, you’ll understand why we call it that.)

You may have noticed this particular clothing item has some significance around here. After all, the name of this blog is “MUD BOOTS and Pearls.” Coincidence? I think not…

Three-quarter sleeve cardigan

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I have long been a fan of the 3/4 sleeve cardigan. Whether in cotton or cashmere, a pretty cardigan can be the perfect spring layering piece. Every girl should own one. The 3/4 length sleeve is a versatile length, able to add some warmth to an outfit, but not too heat-inducing. In a lovely spring color, this is a piece that can be worn again and again throughout the seasonal transition.

These five fashion pieces can help any wardrobe transition stylishly and beautifully from winter into spring.

Do have any must-have transition pieces in your own wardrobe? Any I missed mentioning here? Please share in the comments.

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Chambray Shirt
Pleated Midi Skirt
Suede Booties
Rain Boots
Cardigan

 

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4 Teas Perfect for a Winter Afternoon

Though winter is wrapping up and spring is quickly approaching (and may have already hit where you live), around here we’re in for a least a few more weeks of chilly days and snow on the ground. Which calls for a good cup of tea on a regular basis.

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There’s nothing quite as comforting as a cup of tea and a good book. It’s one of my favorite ways to spend a stormy afternoon. There’s just something about enjoying a hot cup of tea that helps me relax and regroup. It has a way of bringing balance and perspective. There is a sense of civility and gentility in tea time. There’s no denying it’s a lovely way to pause in the midst of a busy day.

And when you find a flavor of tea you really love, the experience is made even better.

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I love to try new flavors of tea. One entire drawer in my pantry is devoted to all the different types of tea I like. My daughters each have their own favorite varieties as well. (Apparently, our tea habit is a family affair.)

My favorite place to get tea is The Republic of Tea. Many of the teas they sell rank in my list of all time favorites.

I’d like to share my picks for 4 of the best teas for a late winter afternoon:

1. English Rose Tea

The English Rose Tea is part of the Republic of Tea’s special Downton Abbey themed series of teas. This tea is delicate, fruity, and utterly delicious. It has a sweetness all its own. I find I don’t need to add anything to this tea. It is perfect even without any sweetener or milk of any kind. Plus, there’s a picture of the Crawley sisters on the front of the tin. Ah, lovely! What more could you ask for in a tea?

2.  Almond Coconut Macaroon Tea

As the name implies, this tea tastes like a coconut macaroon (without the calories!). It is a red rooibos tea with a bit of sweetness from the coconut. There’s also a nice hint of almond flavor in this tea. It really is like drinking a cookie. So delicious!

3.  Caramel Vanilla Cuppa Cake Tea

I’m a lover of all things caramel, so this tea is right up my alley. It’s perfect with a nice splash of cream or milk added. The vanilla and caramel flavors of this black tea blend nicely and make for a smooth, dessert-like taste.

(Are you sensing a theme yet? Apparently I really like teas that taste like dessert….)

4.   Earl Greyer Black Tea

What true tea connoisseur doesn’t love a nice Earl Grey? And this is one of the best Earl Greys I’ve tried. This tea is a lovely blend of bergamot, orange, and quality black tea flavors. It is warm and inviting and absolutely perfect for afternoon tea time.

I highly recommend trying any of these teas for your own afternoon tea time. Go ahead. Take out the fine china tea cup, brew one of these teas, and sit down to relax and enjoy a quiet moment this afternoon.

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(Just as a side note: This post is in no way sponsored by Republic of Tea. I simply love their teas and wanted to share the love with you. So go check them out, and enjoy!)

Modest Fashion Friday: Cheery Blue and Pastels

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Though spring is still several weeks away for our area, I’ve had the itch to dress in bright, cheerful colors and pretty pastels. I’ve been searching my closet for items with springtime appeal that are still warm enough for our current wintertime weather. I love a challenge like that.

For church recently, I chose to wear an outfit that featured a beautiful and classically simple sweater. The sweater has a sweet little bow detail at the neckline, giving it an super feminine feel. The periwinkle blue shade is just right for this time of year. Three quarter sleeves help the sweater give the perfect amount of warmth.

I paired the sweater with a coordinating skirt with splashes of pastels in shades of blue, lavender and yellow. The knee length skirt is modest, cute, and easy to wear. It’s from the brand J. Jill. I have many pieces from J. Jill in my closet, and love wearing every one of them.

The skirt was another ThredUp find. i know I mention ThredUp a lot, but it really is my favorite place to shop. I’ve found so many beautiful clothing items at amazing prices from ThredUp. (It’s the only way I could afford high end and designer brand clothing!)

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This simple combination made for a lovely and stylish look. A pair of navy tights and taupe suede boots rounded things out and kept the outfit weather appropriate.

Spring may not be here quite yet, but the colors of my late winter wardrobe can lean in a positive direction, right?

What I Wore

Sweater: Banana Republic (via ThredUp)
Skirt: J. Jill (via ThredUp)
Boots: Nature Breeze (via Zulily)
Headcovering: Garlands of Grace

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How to Cover Melasma and Skin Discolorations

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I’ve struggled with melanoma (an area of dark skin on the forehead or around the eyes, also known as the mask of pregnancy) for several years now. It came about as a result of hormonal changes related to pregnancy and was exacerbated by a case of adrenal fatigue. In many people, it clears up after pregnancy, but I’ve had a hard time getting rid of mine. I’ve had to become creative in how to cover it up.

If you have melasma, dark spots, discolorations, or hyper pigmentation, these tips can help cover the discoloration and even out your overall skin tone. It’s a fool proof method I’ve used with great effectiveness for quite a while.

Here I’ll share with you the products I use to cover my melasma and how I apply them.

Concealer

I’ve tried several concealers over the past couple of years to cover my melasma. Some have worked better than others. The two concealers I have found most effective concealers are Benefit Erase Paste and Maybelline Instant Rewind Concealer.

Generally, I dot the concealer over the darkest spots, then blend it lightly onto the skin with my finger. The Benefit Erase Paste is a peach-toned color correcting concealer that evens out darker skin discolorations. It’s perfect for wearing underneath foundation. It does a very effective job of covering melasma, especially on the forehead. I do find that it tends to crease a bit on the under eye area, but setting it with a translucent powder helps keep it from creasing a lot.

For the under eye area, Maybelline Instant Age Rewind is very effective. It’s a lighter formula than Erase Paste, so it doesn’t have the same tendency to crease. The applicator makes applying and blending super easy. Plus, because it’s a drugstore product, it is fairly inexpensive.

Foundation

My all time favorite foundation also happens to have the best coverage for skin discoloration issues. It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ is the foundation I wear nearly everyday. it has amazing coverage and it so easy to apply, blend, and wear. The staying power is impressive and the look it gives is flawless. Its formulation is perfectly suited to covering up skin discoloration issues. I highly recommend it.

For a drugstore foundation option, Covergirl Outlast 3-in-1 Foundation is a great choice. The coverage is excellent and it’s very build able. It’s creamy and easy to apply.

Setting Powder

It’s always a good idea to set the T-zone and under eye areas with some powder, especially when covering discolorations in those areas. I like to set my foundation with a translucent pressed powder. My favorite powder to use for this purpose is Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless translucent powder. it is inexpensive and extremely effective. It’s nice and light, so it won’t settle into fine lines like a heavier powder might.

Ultimately, I realize that finding ways to deal with the root cause of my melasma will be the most effective way of dealing with it. However, until I find a way to clear it up, I know that I have found a method that works to smooth out my skin tone and make the discoloration less noticeable.

This method can work for several types of skin discoloration issues, including hyperpigmentation, age spots, and even dark circles. Hopefully, these tips and recommendations are helpful if you are dealing with the same sorts of skin discoloration issues such as I am with my melasma.

Do you struggle with skin discoloration issues? Do have any additional suggestions on how to deal with it? Please share in the comments.

 

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