All about that Leopard
Baby, it’s cold outside! All of the sudden, Dallas became a winter wonderland (without the snow lol) and I’m pulling out all of the faux fur coats. The 30s and 40s may not be that cold to some, but I hate being cold…anybody else? With colder weather comes winter style and I love dressing in all the cozy pieces. Just like the leopard faux fur coat trend that has made a come back.
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About every three years in the fashion cycle leopard is everywhere and I always get so excited. Leopard adds a certain level of class and luxe to any look even if you’re wearing a pair of blue jeans and a t-shirt (as pictured).
Leopard is an obvious essential. So I wanted to show you my TOP 6 faux fur leopard coats OUT NOW ranging from $54.90 – $268.00.
A leopard coat would be a great Christmas gift for a friend, your mom, sister, aunt, cousin… or maybe even yourself. ? You can style a leather coat more casual like I showed above or more dressed up with a black dress and over-the-knee boots. Not to mention this would be the perfect coat to where over your Christmas Eve and New Years Eve dresses.
Do you have any fun plans for the Christmas season? Let me know in the comments section below.
Monday Motivation – Devotional
“He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things?”
Around the Christmas season I see a lot of parents who want to graciously give their kids awesome gifts. Some gifts are needs others that are wants, but every parent loves to see that big smile on their kid’s faces come Christmas morning.
In the same way, God loves to put a big smile on our faces too. If God sent His One and Only Son to die on the cross for us so that we could spend eternity in Heaven with Him then He cares about the here and now too. Just as this verse says, God wants to graciously bless his kids.
I don’t know what you are in need of today, but God does. Maybe it’s just an encouraging word or you find yourself saying, can I catch a break at my job, in this relationship, in this trying circumstance etc. or maybe it’s a physical need.
Whatever the need God knows, and He asks us to continue to pray for it in complete faith (Luke 10:9-10). So today let’s just be real, laying it all out on the table, sharing our hearts before God, but also trusting Him that His ways are perfect and His timing is perfect. Let all of our prayers always end in “Your will be done Lord.” He is the giver of EVERY good and perfect gift. Let’s trust Him with our needs today and everyday.