Navigating through life away from the library.
Navigating through life away from the library.

Makes My Heart Race {In the Closet}

Kelly, who hosts Wardrobe Wednesday, asked us to share an outfit or a piece of jewelry that makes our hearts race. I had to think long and hard about this theme because I have a lot of things in my closet that have sentimental value but I guess the things that get me most excited are the things that I own that help others.

Floral Peasant Shirt, Jeans, Sseko Sandals {Living Outside the Stacks}

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine told me about these adorable sandals by Sseko Designs. Profits from the sale of each pair of Sseko Designs sandals goes to help women in Africa with scholarship and employment opportunities. I purchased mine at a sweet little store in Cape Girardeau called Philanthropy, where a percentage of the proceeds from every purchase goes towards a charitable organization.

Sseko Designs {Living Outside the Stacks}

The straps on the sandals can be tied in a multitude of ways and there are all sorts of colors and accessories available for the sandals. Love.

Ring from Target {Living Outside the Stacks}

Another one of my favorite pieces is this ring from Target. I absolutely love the size, shape, and color of this ring. It’s just so funky and exotic looking, no?

 Floral Peasant Shirt Jeans and Sseko Sandals {Living Outside the Stacks} Floral Peasant Shirt Jeans and Sseko Sandals {Living Outside the Stacks}

Do you have something in your closet that gets your heart all aflutter?

I’m linking up with:

  • Dear Abbyleigh ~ Dress for the Day: Clothes can affect your mood; dress for the day you want to have, not the day that’s having you
  • Kiwi Womens Style ~ Wardrobe Wednesday: Sharing handmade and store bought clothes along with tips and tricks
  • The Pleated Poppy ~ What I Wore WednesdayEncouraging ladies everywhere to forgo sweats and yoga pants for fashionable looks

Please check them out for more fashion inspiration.

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