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I have a little winter style roundup today on the blog and a couple of outfits for inspiration! I love wearing plaid and buffalo print this time of year; whether I’m going to a family event or doing some holiday shopping, these outfits are festive for the season.
Gap Factory has the Gap Cash Redeem event + Up to 75% Off (12/1-12/5). This is a great time to do some Christmas shopping!
These plaid pants are perfect for the holiday season, and I’m wearing a black tunic sweatshirt. This sweatshirt is long enough to wear with leggings and comes in several colors.
I’m also always cold, so a cute and warm coat is a must for me. Gap Factory has a great selection of coats!
Black Tunic Sweatshirt (Small) • Plaid Pants (6) • Long Puffer Coat (similar option HERE)
Wear this buffalo check shirt alone, or layer it under a sweater. It’s versatile and lightweight.
I’m wearing a pair of straight leg denim that has light distressing.
This faux leather puffer jacket is stylish with a stand-up collar, hidden snap front, and front slant pockets. It comes in three colors.
Buffalo Plaid Shirt (Small) • Puffer Jacket (Small) • Straight Leg Denim (28)
Men’s Winter Fashion
Women’s Winter Fashion
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Beauty For the Heart-We sing the song, It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s not always the most wonderful time of the year for everyone.
Many people are hurting this Christmas, and I know how it feels to celebrate the “first” Christmas without a loved one. The “firsts” are the hardest.
If you’re hurting this year, I’m praying for you.
“He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” Revelation 21:3-4
Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!
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