WIW : To Church

Hi Ladies,

A little bit of colour today for church.

We spent time in prayer for Paris and the French nation this morning. The shocking events of yesterday have sent me to my introspective world and I don't have many words today.

Skirted Leggings : Motto
Betty Belt : Motto
Blood Red Marlini Top : Metalicus
Boots : Rubi

xxx Deborah

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  • Beth Ann replied 8 years ago

    You look stunning --- dramatic, but easy - with no fuss.

    The world is different and sadder this weekend. 

  • Deborah replied 8 years ago

    Beth Ann it certainly is.  Our tv news is pretty much streaming from Paris 24/7 at the moment and it's all consuming.  I'm not even trying to understand the why and how of this, it's totally beyond comprehension and our sense of humanity xx

  • Peri replied 8 years ago

    Yes and yes. But I love your red and the whole outfit.

  • Marley replied 8 years ago

    Beautiful Deborah!

  • Echo replied 8 years ago

    You look amazing, and red is a great colour for you. 

    I agree that the world is a sadder and - at least temporarily - less free today than it was . My heart goes out to France and everyone in Paris. 

  • Dee replied 8 years ago

    You look lovely in red.  Great outfit on  you!

  • Susie replied 8 years ago

    That shade of red is so flattering on you...what a great outfit.

    Watching the news is heartbreaking. The world is a scary place these days; it's impossible to comprehend such senseless violence.

  • Bijou replied 8 years ago

    This is lovely, your skirted leggings are proving to be very versatile.  I am sure the world is united in its prayers for France.  Thank you for this post.

  • Firecracker (Sharan) replied 8 years ago

    Deborah, I love this outfit. You wear these shorter layers (top and skirt--or skirted leggings) just as well as your longer layered looks.
    I like your profile photo change, in honor of France, too. I appreciate and share your introspection and sadness.

  • Cococat replied 8 years ago

    Beautiful outfit Deborah.

    I'm shocked and horrified with what happened in France, and how the world is changing.

  • carolbee replied 8 years ago

    Loving this outfit on you Deborah.

  • Astrid replied 8 years ago

    Yes, I agree... But you do look great - the red is amazing on you.

  • replied 8 years ago

    So, so gorgeous! One of my favourites on you. You look stunning!

  • replied 8 years ago

    Beautiful, Deborah. This is a favourite for me too.
    And, yes, the world is heart-broken.

  • Angie replied 8 years ago

    Love you in this shade of red! 

  • lyn67 replied 8 years ago

    Great church outfit, and we definetely feel for Paris, from here, too.-((.

  • replied 8 years ago

    Our hearts and prayers go out to Paris.  I admire your changed avatar.  

  • Lyn D. replied 8 years ago

    Thanks for wearing red and summing-up our united feelings and thoughts today x

  • Summer replied 8 years ago

    So beautiful on you, Deborah.

    We all have much to reflect on this weekend.

  • Karie replied 8 years ago

    Your outfit is beautiful. You wear red very well.
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to those in France.

  • Elizabeth P replied 8 years ago

    Absolutely incredible!

  • Brooklyn replied 8 years ago

    Lyn D said it well.

  • Meow replied 8 years ago

    Another winning outfit!  I've been doing some analyzing about why I haven't been wearing black pants or leggings, even shoes.  I don't care for black next to my face but even on the bottom half I feel heavy and off - something isn't right.   I think black bottoms look great if you have black hair - book ending. Searching through Pinterest and fashion blogs, I see black bottoms on non black haired bloggers/models look best if the black is repeated somewhere on the upper half of the body - even in a small dose- it makes the outfit cohesive.  The way these bloggers achieve that is by wearing sunglasses. Well, that's not practical IRL! I'd look like an idiot walking around in the pouring rain in sunglasses.   But I see what you did here with that lovely black beaded layered necklace  solves that problem and really ties the whole outfit together. Light Bulb -  I scarf with a touch of black would also work!  

  • Deborah replied 8 years ago

    Interesting observation Sarah and Angie has written a lot about this type of "book ending", it us s simple way to pull an outfit together:). I have done it again with today's outfit:)

  • Meow replied 8 years ago

    Oh Lovely!  Yes, I've read some of Angie's posts on book ending.  I guess I just was thinking more in the terms of shoes and hair color.   I'll have to go back through Angie's posts  - maybe this time AFTER my morning coffee! :)

  • No Fear of Fashion replied 8 years ago

    Oh how I love this outfit on you... I haven't got the right words to do it justice. LOVE this. The red is just the right colour and shape. The belt, as you know, is perfect. And the rest too.
    Absolutely perfect my dear.

  • qfbrenda replied 8 years ago

    You look gorgeous! I love the black and red together. 

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