Eat better. Run more. Squat more. Sleep earlier. Wake up earlier. Make a good breakfast. Drink water. Eat fruit. Read books. Adventure. Talk less. Listen more. Feel deeper. Love better. Open your eyes. Experience life. Be happy.
We love what Elle wrote:
“Wisdom leads you to reject what you think, not what you see.
Spiritual and physical go hand in hand but we make a choice what we are going to rely on. One directs you to looking at outward happenings the other directs you to core motives and the heart. It always takes sacrifice and openness to a greater perspective only God gives. This eventuates into greater love and understanding of ourselves and in turn the grace we have and can freely give to others.”
visit her blog: www.ellemayleckenby.com
Thank you for reading! Have a great Sunday evening…
We love how Hailey styled this Elliatt evening dress (shop here) for daytime.
“This dress is super versatile… totally appropriate for day and night. Grab a lightweight sweatshirt or pullover – it is a great way to make a dress more casual and cool. Add a pair of flat sneakers (that are also similarly colored) and you are set!”
I hope you have a great weekend! Thank you for reading!
Chriselle from The Chriselle Factor is loving this piece as a transition piece. Read what she said about this dress:
“This striped high neck dress is extremely comfortable because it’s extra stretchy, and the best part about it is that it’s an easy summer-to-fall transition dress! Wearing pieces with a mock-turtleneck is also a really great styling trick, it’s slimming and really helps elongate your neck!”
Kiara King is a freelance art director, creative consultant, stylist, writer and blogger with a Bachelor of Arts (Creative Advertising Design) from Curtin University, Western Australia. Upon completing her design degree in 2011, Kiara founded life and style blog, Lion in the Wild.
“I’ve been crushing on anything structured with a bell sleeve of late, well, ever since they’ve been spotted on the Aussie street style stars. There’s just something about this trend, having been revived from its hippy 70s grave into a far more modern, innovative and wearable statement, that has me wanting more.”
Check out how Kiara complete the look below. Or you can read her full post here.