Hi Friends; happy last day of the year or happy New Year’s Eve. We all know that the Christmas holiday is over so I'm sure you are surprised seeing me in a Christmas-color outfit on new year's eve as opposed to sequins and glitter. Do not worry I have my new year's eve outfit picked already for our New Year's eve service in Church later tonight. This outfit is what I wore to church yesterday; the last Sunday of the year. I decided to go in these colors to remind myself that Christmas celebration really should be everyday. The reason for the celebration of the holiday is to remind us of the birth of our savior Jesus Christ who came to earth in human form, born of holy conception and died on the cross and resurrected three days later to give us the gift of salvation. It's just an awesome feeling to be reminded of this truth everyday of the year and I hope you believe and have faith in redemption too.
For this look, I wore old pieces from my closet; this green midi skirt from Chicwish and red plaid pumps from Lulus paired with this ruby red top that is a recent purchase from Boohoo. My bracelet is an old purchase from Loft. My plaid pumps have been in heavy rotation this season and I think it is a cool way of wearing the print especially if you think that plaid prints are overwhelming. What are your plans for the new year? I usually do not make resolutions; I just pray for a better me and pray that love for God and people and all things beautiful be amplified in my heart. Thanks so much for reading and see you in the new year.
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I love how festive this outfit is! Can't wait to see your NYE outfit!ReplyDelete
Your tartan shoes are so adorable. Great outfit. <3ReplyDelete
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Love the outfit! Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
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This is such a fun holiday look and I love the tartan pumps and the accent of camel and gold with the bag. Great look!ReplyDelete
I love that green skirt. This look is perfect for the festive season. Speaking of which I hope you had a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year too.ReplyDelete