I love pencil skirts! Have I told you that? I swear my affinity started with them probably 15 years ago – with this one particular skirt I bought from J.Crew! It fit like a glove and always looked so classy! So naturally when I come across a stretchy, comfy pencil skirt with a super cool pattern, I am smitten.
I grabbed this one from Target on super sale and thought it was the perfect partner to this super cool black sweater I also scored from Joe Fresh (for like $6) for a great fall look! Now being true to me and what I love to offer you…I paired the skirt for a day look and a night out, business appropriate, church…you get the picture!
Do you wear pencil skirts? Or is there a skirt style that is your go to?
It’s been a uber fabulous week already and it’s only Wednesday! I had the privilege of accompanying my husband to the Chicago Cubs play-off game last night! We had an amazing time with his sales reps and customers! Something we don’t have in Michigan is the pure energy at a sporting event like they do in Chicago! I am so excited to be spending more time in Chicago with the family in future months! If you live there – shoot me an email of all the great things we need to do!!
This struck a nerve with me…does it you? The reason it does for me is I know I am not the same person I was last year…I am not even the same person I was 1 month ago. I am always working on evolving and bettering myself. In many ways that is means dying more to self and working to be the person God has called me to be, the person God has in mind. Less of Kim, more of Him!
I know another way this struck a nerve with me is that relationships can play a huge part in who we are. And as life moves we pick up new relationships / friendships and at times have to set some down. Not for any bad reason simply b/c of where we are in life. Maybe you found your relationships changed when you had children, got married, divorced, empty nested, who knows what life circumstance may have prompted changes!
Don’t ever apologize for growing, changing, and moving in to new relationships, or setting old ones aside. As long as they are done with no ill feelings, no harsh words…sometimes just letting go is enough!