Amped Up Casual + Fashion & Faith Link-Up

This little town is in Central Wisconsin, just a few miles from the lake resort we stayed at for the 4th of July. My mom and I came into town to shop a couple of antique stores. I found these little jars in ornate metallic casing. I’ve been looking to work in some more gold in my home decor and I love them! I’m sure I’ll be instagramming them soon. I also got these great wooden canisters for baking ingredients from a flea market. Sometimes the best finds come when you aren’t on the prowl for them. 

There was no shortage of fabulous in last week’s entries! Here are some of my favorite style moments.

photo cred: sugar love chic, musings of a flower child, the brandied pear 

Fashion and Faith suggests that not all Christians are stuffy… and that some of them have shockingly awesome style. This weekly Link-Up is here to serve as a meeting place and inspiration summit. Bloggers who love Jesus and fashion, add your post to the Link-Up! And fashion aficionados of all faith backgrounds, enjoy perusing these blogs for style inspiration!

Here’s how it works:

1. Publish an original outfit post on your blog today & enter the link to that post below.

2. Include a link in your blogpost back here. You can use the signature f&f heart if you like! 

Whatever fits you and your blog best.

Fashion & Faith

3. Click around! Find some great fashion and meet some quality ladies at the same time.

If you tell the world on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook that you linked up, 

which would be a ridiculously awesome thing to do,

don’t forget to use the hashtag #fashionandfaith! Yea gurrrl.

Still itching for more? (It’s ok, so are we!)

Head to Pinterest to visit the fashion & faith blogger pinboard 

& see all 190+ Fashion Bloggers at our Fashion & Faith home base.

orange bracelet: max & chloe

blouse: jcpenney (only $25)

jean shorts: sears (searrriously! hehe) canyon river blues brand

purse: charming charlie

wedges: gojane

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