Hello beauties ! Please help me wish a happy birthday to this incredible man!
I could not let this day end without wishing a very happy birthday to my amazing husband – the love of my life, the father of my children, my best friend – here!
I pray that God blesses you beyond your own expectations, with every desire of your heart, spoken and unspoken. I pray that He keeps shielding you with His hands of protection as His angels are encamped around you. I pray that favor will run you over, and God’s wisdom, direction and guidance will always be your portion!
I’m so very thankful for you! ❤️
These pictures have been taken a few months ago, on our anniversary night in Las Vegas. It was a real struggle trying to take pictures without our masks on, as the hotel insisted we all wear them, but we did manage to snap a couple ones quickly; and we did clean up nicely! 🙂
As always, thank you for visiting.
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This print off-the-shoulder maxi dress is one of a kind, and is quite the all-season statement maxi dress you wouldn’t regret having in your closet. The dress is feminine, flirty, fun, and bold at the same time; and definitely a great conversation starter. I first wore this dress on a Summer trip and I was happy that it’s sustainable and kept me fresh and cool on those hot Vegas streets.
The fact that the dress can be worn on and off the shoulder is a plus, because it serves as a great transitional dress in cooler days and never fails to get the conversation started. The detachable sash belt has also served as scarf or head tie as shown in this post. I was going for a chic island vibe when putting this outfit together; and I think it turned out perfect.
I added a fun and bold belt in lieu of the sash that came with the dress. Even though the dress is a statement on its own, I don’t think the belt took away from it. The buttons down on the skirt part of the dress are such great details, as you can show more skin if you want, especially for a breath of fresh air. I think this dress would be a nice choice for a family thanksgiving gathering. It’s cute and different, and it will definitely be a good ice breaker.
Dress and Belt are available to order in my online store. (www.shopleffetglamour.com) Please, message me to order.
Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving. Please stay safe.
It’s been a minute. I have taken some time to unplug, rest, and recharge. I have spent a lot of time practicing self-care, and binge watching movies and TV shows on Netflix.
It’s hard to believe that this week, we will be celebrating Thanksgiving here in the States. It feels like November was here just yesterday. The last quarter of the year is so fast approaching; and even though 2020 has come with its share of trials and tribulations for our entire race, I’m grateful to be here, well and alive! I’m certainly looking forward to what 2021 has in store for us.
This casual chic look will keep you cozy, warm, and comfortable. Lounge set or monochromatic workout gears are perfect for quick errands or casual outings. Throw on a nice coat or a jacket to dress it up if you wish, and you have a stylish outfit. You might even get a thanksgiving dinner outfit out of it. what do you think of this casual look? Would you wear it?
As always, thank you for stopping by and have a great day!
I’m finally sharing with you guys the other way I styled this black floral print lapel-collar button-front blazer dress. If you haven’t seen Part One, you can check it out here! This floral print blazer dress is a great statement piece; and I know I will get a lot of use out of it. I fell in love with the prints, (Check out the top HERE) and I didn’t really know what to expect when it comes to the fit, but I have to say that I didn’t regret the purchase!
While I felt sassy – Sexy yet classy – while wearing the blazer dress on its own, I definitely also loved the classy and chic look when I paired with satin pants (previously shown here). I find the blazer dress to be versatile and you can’t really go wrong with either styling. It can also be dressed down with a pair of jeans or flats. These are just a few ideas that I’m throwing out there. If you are on a shorter side, it maybe a little too long styled as a blazer, but it’s definitely not impossible to pull off. It all depends on how you style it and the vibe you’re going for. 😉
As you can see in these pictures, I have shown both the option of a tailored look, where I cinched the waist with a belt, and the loose fit, a more relaxed vibe, without the belt.
I have to admit that I have felt more confident and sexier when I added the belt, and more comfortable without the belt. I think both ways are cute and, again, it depends on the vibe you’re going for.
What’s your preference? and if you’ve checked part one of how I styled this blazer dress, which one actually got your vote? Do share! And speaking of vote, how are you keeping centered with everything going on with the presidential elections? I have shared some words of wisdom with my Facebook friends that I’d like to share with you guys…
“When you can’t control what’s happening, challenge yourself to control the way you respond to what’s happening. That’s where your power is.”
I hope you have a great day and cheers to a fabulous weekend.
Gone with the old, in with the new… Bring it on, November! Just like that 2020 is heading to its end! All I can say is that I’m grateful, and I intend to finish the year stronger, and I’m also looking forward to the holiday season.
This gorgeous maxi dress had been a favorite during the warmer months, but can also be worn as a transitional piece during Fall. This is one of those dresses you would like to keep for years to come because of the timeless style and the amazing feel and quality! Light enough for the warmer days, easy to layered up in cooler days. It’s playfully gorgeous and elegant.
These pictures have been taken in the streets of Omaha a few months back, and I have been stopped by complete strangers who thought the dress was beautiful; and I couldn’t agree more.
I styled the dress here with a camisole underneath for less cleavage, but you wouldn’t need to if you want to show a little more skin.
What do you think of this look? would you wear it?
As always, thank you for reading and have a wonderful day!