I debated with myself whether to post today or not, because of Good Friday. I didn’t want to appear callus to the supreme sacrifice made on this day, but at the same time, this is a fashion blog. So in the end I decided to do both. A fashion blog in the beginning, and a tribute as the ending.I am back in front of my plain ole brick wall. Nothing very pretty to look at, and no gorgeous view. But I guess it will do just fine. I am all decked out in pastels, and I like it. I have never been one who liked pastels and have steered clear of most of them. However, I bought this top at the QVC outlet store, and just fell in love with the color and the material. It is very soft, and very high quality. I really like the two pockets for an added detail. This is Linea by Louis Dell’Olio, and here are some similar ones in misses and plus sizes.
The pink in the scarf and the pink of the bag coordinate well. This is what I call “put together.”
Once again I think the scarf makes this outfit. This scarf screams spring. I love the colors and the print on the scarf. I bought it from Old Navy a couple years ago. Some of you have wondered about how to wear a scarf that is bulky. This scarf is on the bulky side, but I like it tied like this.
I am still in love with my Vera Bradley tote. The hot pink tote is one that I will carry all spring and all summer. Here are a couple Vera bags in pink.
The shoes that I have on are Rocket Dog. Mine are a couple years old. They have a distressed linen look. I bought mine at Shoe Sensation, I don’t know if they still carry them. But here are a couple Rocket Dog shoes that are similar.
The beige skinny ankle pants are old ones from Old Navy. I can’t even remember when I bought these, they are that old. Beige or khaki can go with almost any color or print. If you do not already own a pair, you need to buy one or maybe even two. Here are a couple pairs that I think you will like.
Here is the outfit from the rear. Haha at least my hair looks combed. I have to thank you gurls for that, I now check the back of my hair before I leave the house. It is incredible that it took a blog to have me look at the back of my head. Lol!
Today is Good Friday. A solemn day when the death of Jesus Christ is commemorated. With such a terrible act happening on that day, I have often wondered why anyone would call it good. I understand that Jesus suffered and died to give us the promise of ever lasting life, but I still can’t wrap my head around calling it good. So, I googled it. The best explanation that I found it this. The word good is an antiquated meaning of holy. Now, that makes sense. Holy Friday I can understand. Other names for Good Friday is, Passion Friday and Sacred Friday. I found a pin on Pinterest this morning that sums up the next couple of days.
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