Christmas time is my FAVORITE time of year. Every store plays Christmas music, people are in a genuinely good mood (for the most part…), and, let’s be honest, there’s nothing better than a good sweater and some comfy boots. Sometimes, though, I fall into a rut with my “holiday wear.” The items above, however, have the perfect balance of Christmas cheer and classic chic. Also, the links to where you can find the clothing items are located below the image. Happy shopping!
I have been wanting to feature a specific clothing company on Girls With Class for a while now but I could never find one that embodied more than just modest clothing. Until now that is. Walk In Love started out as one man’s way to raise money for a missions trip and since then has exploded into a globally-reaching company. Their high-quality products with strong, encouraging messages spread the love of Christ every day.
Why do I love Walk In Love? They mission is clear, their hearts are pure, and products a wonderful. Some of my favorite pieces of clothing are shown above.
Do you have a favorite clothing line with a positive message?
One of my favorite styles this winter (even though its not winter… but it might as well be…) is plaid/flannel. Especially flannel because it’s warm, and I’ve been needing warm lately. Not only are these blouses functional and fashionable, they are modest (just make sure to keep it buttoned up)! Also, when paired with a plain or graphic tee underneath, you can create a whole new outfit (see bottom left image). So here are 5 reasons why you should buy a plaid or flannel shirt…
1. They’re adorable
2. They’re warm (even just plaid is pretty warm)
3. They’re functional
4. They’re practical (you can make so many outfits from one shirt)
5. They’re warm (did I already use that one? Well it counts for two because it’s important)
I’m not sure if it’s the sudden transformation of fall to winter but I’ve been finding myself drawn to big, fuzzy, cozy scarves. So I thought I’d share a few of my favorites.
Buy this scarf @ Nordstrom
I really like this scarf simply for it’s simplicity. It’s a really great color that will go with almost anything. Also, because it’s made of Acrylic material, it will provide some stretch but it won’t lose it’s shape.
Buy this beauty @ American Eagle
This scarf is my personal favorite. It’s a great color that is sure to go with pretty much anything. Also, because of it’s weight and material it can be worn with a coat or just as an accessory.
Buy this masterpiece @ Etsy
I picked this scarf for its unique color. While it’s good to have versatile items in your wardrobe, it never hurts to have something a little unique/fun.
In my previous post (see it here) I talked about how great scarves are for covering up *ahem* things. These three shown above are not exception. Plus they’ll keep you warm cozy during this cold winter months. It’s a win win!
What are some of your favorite scarf styles?
Modesty is a term that has come to be associated with many things. Most of them being negative. When someone brings up the word modesty, our brains automatically think of terms such as: My Grandmother, the 1800s, old-fashioned, ugly, and so on. What many individuals don’t realize though, is that a person can be both modest and fashionable. I know, it’s crazy. Here are a few tips on how to have both a fashionable wardrobe and a modest one.
1. Layer It
(image from The Hunt)
Good news friends! Layers are as in as they’ve ever been. You can pair a sweater with a cute button down to either add length to your top or make use of a low cut sweater.
(image from Gurl)
Maxi skirts (and dresses) are inexplicably adorable (not to mention COMFORTABLE) and they’re the perfect way to look both stylish and modest.
3. Cover it with a scarf
(image from This Silly Girl’s Life)
Scarves aren’t simply a fashion item, they are great cover ups. If ever you find yourself looking to cover something up, scarves fit the bill perfectly.