Lacie Skirt, S.H.E., & Tea
Happy Beautiful Sunday All! Today has been such a gorgeous day in Florida despite the rain. But I want to share with you all my Saturday experience. Yesterday, I was fortunate enough to spend the first part of my day at the S.H.E. Tea- Self Health Empowerment for Women of Faith hosted by Temple Fit.
This event included 3 dynamic speakers, fine tea, and a vendor opportunity for me. First, let me tell you I left this event feeling empowered, renewed, and refreshed. The event was similar to a fellowship amongst women of faith. A bonus was the tea, food, and workshop material. The camaraderie was amazing!!
Before I talk about the "Lacie skirt," I want to share some empowering moments that I received from the SHE Tea:
As women we have to be mindful of our conversations with ourselves. Ensuring that those spiritual moments that we have are healthy and empowering.
We cannot give out what is not within, say something positive intentionally to yourself daily for example, I am beautiful, I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Make sure you fuel up. Get the rest that is needed and take a moment for you. It is easy for us to give to everyone where we leave our tank empty. As we know, a car cannot run on an empty tank. Fuel up and allow that fuel to be healthy.
Those are just some of the AMAZINGLY wonderful empowering moments that I took with me after attending the event. The vendor opportunity was a blessing as I was able to meet and network with many future clients. Here is my vending table:
As you can see I have beautiful arrangment of mini dress form pin cushions, photo album of looks I created for myself or clients, and other decor. I was elated that I thought of bringing my dress form which featured "The Royal," skirt. Here are some more upclose pictures:
Here is the back of the "Royal,":
Again, I loved being able to be a vendor for the SHE tea. In addition, I created the "Lacie," pencil skirt to wear to the tea. I loved the "Sunshine," yellow lace dress SO much that I designed a pink lace pencil skirt with an over exposed green back zipper. Check out my SHE tea look:
As you can see I loved the "Lacie," pencil skirt. Here you can see the over exposed back green zipper. I paired the "Lacie," with a circle dot bow tie blouse, neon yellow heels, rose gold watch and bracelet. The look was completed with a pair of thrifted multi-colored earrings.
To achieve this beautiful look:
I love being able to share with you all my Fashioned For Hem experiences. I am going to end with another empowering tip: A mirror can be defined as anything that faithfully reflects or gives a true picture of self. What does your mirror reflect about you?
~Embrace God, Love You, & be Fashioned For Hem!