Happy hump day, ladies! Today I’m sharing a few pieces from Avara’s Fall Preview Collection. These are options for early fall when the weather is still hot.
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When I transition to fall clothes, I first start wearing fall colors, and these tops from Avara are full of beautiful fall colors.
Avara’s Fall Preview Collection
This pretty top has short sleeves and a v-neck; I’m also wearing wedges from J.Crew Factory that are so comfortable.
This pretty top has ruching on the sleeves, and I love the purple and orange colors together.
Wine/Burgundy color is one of my favorite fall colors. This top is great by itself, but you can easily add a blazer or cardigan when the weather gets chilly.
This top is so pretty! It has velvet trim along the bodice and micro-pom detailing on the sleeves.
This isn’t from Avara, but I love this button-down. It comes in several colors and patterns; I’m wearing the pink stripe.
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Fall Preview from Avara:
Beauty For the Heart—“Comfort, comfort my people,” says your God. “Speak tenderly to Jerusalem. Tell her that her sad days are gone, and her sins are pardoned. Yes, the Lord has punished her twice over for all her sins.” Isaiah 40:1-2
Truth: We all crave comfort. From the time we’re born to growing old, we love to be comforted.
God allowed Isaiah to comfort the Israelites. Isaiah had repeatedly warned them sorrow and humiliation awaited because of their sin. Amid their pain and even their disobedience, God promised to comfort them.
God made a way for us to be comforted too through Jesus. John the Baptist came and prepared the way. We, too, can be comforted and know that there is grace even when we sin.
What painful sin do you need forgiveness and comfort for? Thank Him for His unending grace and mercy!
Deeper Study: Read Isaiah 40:1-31
Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!
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