Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Love All...

Hi Everyone, I hope the week is going well. This is what I wore last week to my son's school for the parents/teachers conference. It was a very cold, cold day and all I cared about was getting warm so, I put on layers and layers of clothing. I did have a baby nine weeks ago (just in case there is anyone reading this post/blog for the first time) and I still have on the baby/pregnancy weight but that is not what makes me huge in this picture...:-) Like I said before, it is all the layers of clothing.
So, why am I emphasizing this fact? The point I am really trying to make is this. Fat, skinny, medium or whatever; love them all! Do not discriminate. A person might be fat or so skinny right now and you do not know why or how they are like that or what brought them there so do not be so quick to throw stones...:-) Also, some might be gay while others are straight and it is okay. Never, never discriminate. The Bible never teaches discrimination. When Jesus Christ was on this earth, he loved everyone; sinners, tax collectors, Jews, brown or white. He loved everyone irrespective of their orientation and that was why he was able to die for us all so that we can be cleansed of our sins. Jesus ate with the tax collectors (Luke 19: 1-10) who were regarded as great sinners at that time because of their extortion and corruption. Jesus also went further to say that he did not come for the righteous but the unrighteous; the healthy people do not need a doctor, only the sick do. (Matthew 9: 11-13)

Top (dress worn as top): Victoriassecret
Scarf: Target
Skirt: Chadwicks
Tights: Express
Booties: Victoriassecret

Now, back to my outfit; I am wearing a sweater dress (previously worn here) as a top. I have had this corduroy midi skirt for a while and it only gets worn on very chilly days as this. The long black tights and booties were needed as part of the "getting warm campaign"...:-). Then I had to throw in a splash of color with the fuchsia scarf. There were various pieces of clothing underneath it all too and then a jacket which I took off to take these pictures. It started snowing again as I took the pictures and the snow flakes just whipped across my face. Anyway, In sub zero temperatures, the first focus is to get warm rather than being stylish; and yes, I looked fat and bulky but it's all good. "Love All.."

                     Thanks for visiting and for leaving your warm and stylish comments...:-)

                                                                         Beauty Ojo


  1. This looks fabulous, and that splash of pink from the scarf really makes the whole outfit pop. I don't think you look fat at all, just great!

  2. Love the vivid pink scarf, adds a wonderful splash of colour to your chic look.

  3. love your shoes and the touch of pink.

  4. I agree with Neo. I think you look great.

  5. you look so good and you're right, people shouldn't judge others by how they look but most of the time we end up doing that. Love your boots. xx

  6. Thanks All for your warm comments.

  7. Congratulations on the new addition to your family :)

  8. I love your booties
    new post:

  9. Amen. We are all equal, no matter our size, skin colour, age....great post:) And you look really good with the layered look:)

  10. Love your outfit !! Thanks for stopping by the blog today

    xx Valerie

  11. Congratulations! I didn't know you were pregnant! :)
    I hope you & your family are well. Best wishes & blessings for this new year~! xx

  12. What a pretty outfit, you look great! But I'm glad I could escape to Spain when looking at your pics, haha! Thanks for your lovely comment, xoxo

  13. oh congrats I was looking at one of your post and I said I wondered if she had the baby :) You look fabulous if you didn't tell one would not think you just had a baby.:)

  14. love the pop of pink with the scarf


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