Fall has officially arrived in Texas! I cannot tell you how excited I am to start breaking out the boots and plaid this season! Fall is the season where I feel like you can be the most fun with your fashion choices. You can live in skirts, sweaters and boots, or you can throw on some jeans a blouse, suede moto jacket and booties and you’re good to go! Since we’re finally able to wear jeans without having to wipe the sweat from our foreheads, I thought I would share 10 booties for under $100!
The best part about these booties are definitely the price points, but also the versatility! Obviously the neutral colors, brown, grey, nude and black are the easiest to style, but the statement booties are such a huge trend this season! For the plaid pair, I would pair them with a simple black dress, or leather leggings, a white tank and a long grey cardigan. For the red pair, I would do a black leather skirt and a graphic tee, or jeans and a classic white blouse. For the leopard booties, the options are endless! Leopard is considered a neutral this season and I’m all about it! I would dress these down with boyfriend or distressed jeans and a black long sleeve tee knotted in the front, or black jeans and a lace cami with a leather jacket for date night!
Jumping gears for a second, I wanted to catch y’all up on premarital counseling! This past week we talked about our differences in our personalities, and it was such an interesting topic to us! We got to hear from a couple that has been married for 26 years and they talked so passionately about how God made them each the way they were for a specific reason: to make them and their spouse more like Christ. The wife discussed how her husband was more introverted and a planner and she was an extrovert and very spontaneous. She then talked about how she needed her husband to pull her in sometimes and her husband needed her to bring him out of his shell more. This cannot be more true for my fiancé and I! He is a huge extrovert and I am a huge introvert. He is patient, I am not. He is spontaneous, I am a planner. All of our differences are from God (Psalm 139:13-16), and create a combined entity that is stronger than any one person (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12). They explained that the best way to understand your spouse when it comes to your differences is by becoming a student of them and continuing to learn and discover more about them. They also recommended some great books that I’ll list below for us to read that I’m adding to our list asap! I hope some of these are helpful to you as well!
Love and Respect by Emerson Eggerichs
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman