Welcome back to my lovely site, Hope you are all enjoying your summer, It is so awesome from my end,
So Today I decided to share something outside my box;
Growing up I was thought that every day clothes are different from church clothes, I didn’t come from a very rich family class, but my mom was a seamstress, She takes her time to design and make our dresses,( I have ten sisters), We look so forward to dressing up for church, We each have about three to four church dress each , and we always alternate them.
What’s more? our worship services have become increasingly relaxed and informal affairs. You can see it in what we wear. Church for today’s worshipers is not a dress-up event. Whatever is clean and comfortable seems sufficient. Christian students in particular have been taught by their seniors — or has it been the reverse?— that when it comes to church, attire doesn’t much matter. They understand there is nothing particularly spiritual about a dress or a coat and tie. God is scarcely impressed by such things. “People look at the outward appearance,” we are reminded, “but the LORD looks at the heart, I still chose what edifies other worshipers and also I try to teach my kids the difference about church dressing and everyday dressing, Still trying so hard to implant those morals and values into my kids.
I choose a pencil black skirt, and you can notice that my legs are not particularly what most people will call nice legs. Hahahah!!!, but you know what??? KV could care less. So I matched it with this cape white and black polka dot shirt, which I think is very classy with the hat. I kept it simple and slick, and the wide dark red belt completed the statement, adding extra spice to the look.
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