Skirt: Thrifted/ Top: Zara/ Heels: Nine West/ Handbag: Dooney & Bourke/ Necklace: Vintage
Every year during Easter time I take time to really think about the sacrifice that Christ made for all of us. The ultimate sacrifice that he didn’t have to make, but he did to save a world of such imperfect people. It’s an overwhelming feeling of love! Easter is a holiday where everyone gets dressed up in most time new clothes to spend time with family, go to church, brunch or however you spend the day. I used to get new clothes when I was younger as my mom used to love to dress me and my siblings alike. Now that I am older I don’t feel it necessary to have something new. Instead I typically go for something that I already have stashed in the back of my closet somewhere. This year I decided to wear a color block ensemble of magenta and orange. The skirt was thrifted for a buck and the vintage Dooney was also thrifted. The necklace was an amazing find that I found at a thrift store I typically don’t go too. I fell in love with it and had to have it in my jewelry collection! I threw on some leopard pumps for an added print and was out the door. Thoughts?