Hi Friends, thanks a lot for your well wishes on my last post and "yes" I do feel better and "no" I'm not wearing red colors again in this post. This is actually fiery orange and tan combination. I purchased this sweater from J. Crew factory last fall and have been looking for the right occasion to wear it since then. It is similar to the sweater I wore on Valentine's day here. Also, I have had this Gap cord pants for a while now and I was very excited when I realized that I could pair it with the sweater. Well, today is Good Friday and I knew that this graphic sweater with the love sign embellished on it would be the perfect top for today. I accessorized the outfit with my Ann Taylor mini bucket bag and animal prints flats; very simple outfit.
If you are familiar with my blog posts, you will know by now that I do not really like to wear flats but there are occasions that really call for it like today. We watched a family movie together this morning titled "God is not dead" then we lazed around the whole day and later took the kids out in the evening for a dinner date with lots of games. I posted some pictures on my INSTAGRAM here. I had to put on this light trench coat too because it was a little chilly today.
Sweater: J. Crew Factory
Orange cords: Gap
Mini bucket bag: Ann Taylor
Shoes: Neighborhood boutique similar here
Yeah, I do look tired in the picture here but I know I just need more rest so I can get my strength back. The cold I had for the last couple of days really hit me hard but I'm grateful to be alive and I count my blessings. Some people are struggling with worse conditions. Also, it is good to know that Good Friday is a day we can all reflect on the great gift of salvation God gave to us all by sending his son Jesus Christ to die for our sins. God's love is real guys. I'll be with you again very soon.
Thanks so much for stopping by
John 3:16New International Version (NIV)
16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.