New Hair!

I haven't had my hair done since October, so my hair was looking atrocious! I decided to dye it my natural color so I don't have to color it anymore until after the baby is born. I'm still in shock, but I think I like it! I've been blonde for over 4 years, so it's going to take a while to get used to.

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I had such a great Christmas with my family here in Florida, I've been so busy, sorry for the lack of posts! Here's my outfit I wore to church today!

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Skirt: JCPenney
Shirt: Target
Cardigan: Nordstrom Rack
Necklace: Forever 21

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  1. I've been toying with the idea of wearing skirts only from now on.....do you have tips for winter time, and also casual wear? I have a hard time getting used to feeling so dressed up during the week. Maybe that will change the more I get used to it?

    1. I have gone back to wearing skirts every day, the idea of feeling dressed up during the week helps me with my self esteem and feeling feminine. I love knit skirts for every day , and a denim skirt for going out and about. ( I drive school bus) for warmth I highly recommend the fleece lined leggings from Deborah and Company they are wonderful. Hope this helps.

  2. Love it! For some reason it matches your coloring and looks so much more "you" :)

  3. Love the brunette do!

  4. First time visitor coming from Modest Mondays...I love the natural color!! It is gorgeous!! And your Sunday outfit is lovely. I wear skirts exclusively for others who are reading and have for years. I don't have any trouble staying warm, although I admit I am hot natured, lol. But I love tights and boots, love the look!! With the shorter skirts at the knee or the longer ones at mid-calf, they all look so nice with the boots and tights. And so feminine!
    Blessings, your blog is so nice.

  5. Great blog, love the mixing of textures and patterns.



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