Basic Khakis Two Ways

Did you have a fun St. Patrick’s Day? We did, but oddly enough none of us wore green! LOL

It would seem Spring has sprung although it’s not officially Spring until Wednesday. All the trees are in full bloom and we’ve been having thunderstorms every night this weekend! I thought I would show two different looks I put together with my basic khaki pants as I transition into spring.

Look One: Yellow Tee- Target; Sage Sweater - Eddie Bauer (old); Khakis - JCP; Sandals - Payless

You may remember this sweater as my remix item from last year’s 21 Day Challenge. In my office when it hits 70 degrees outside the AC comes on, so I need to keep light sweaters in wardrobe throughout the year.

Look Two: Red Striped Shirt - Thrifted; Sweater Vest & Khaki's - JCP; White Sandals - ??(old)

I like it that I can roll them up for a more casual cropped look or leave them down too. I know white sandals before Labor Day, what other fashion rules will I break next?! Loads I’m sure without even meaning to, LOL!

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Grellow & Thankfulness

Shirt - Thrifted; Cords & Sweater - JCP; Shoes - ?

I almost squeezed in a monochromatic look today and I’m practicing for St. Patty’s Day, can you tell? I’ve always loved St. Patty’s Day, although as a kid I hated being pinched when I forgot to wear green a few times. 😉 Green has always been one of my favorite colors.

But seriously St. Patty’s day holds a special place in my heart because it was on that Sunday so long ago, as a 10 year old little girl, that I accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior! I have never regretted that decision for one millisecond. Now, I haven’t always been the perfect Christian either, lots of times my priorities aren’t in the right place and I trip myself up, I’m certainly human and fall short on my best days. But it isn’t about me doing it all, Christ paid the price for me. It is through His great sacrifice and His Grace that I am saved. All I can say to this is, “Thank you Lord, even though I don’t deserve it, you decided I was worth your sacrifice and you loved me to death!”

Although I didn’t mean to turn a style post into a sermon, I’m just blogging as I’m lead.

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