Sunday Style - Maxi Skirt and a Denim Jacket

Denim jacket, white tee, and a  peach maxi skirt tied up in a knot.

Denim jacket, white tee, and a  peach maxi skirt tied up in a knot.

Denim jacket, white tee, and a  peach maxi skirt tied up in a knot.

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Denim jacket, white tee, and a  peach maxi skirt tied up in a knot.

Happy Mother's Day, mommas!! You are amazing and deserve to be celebrated. I sincerely hope that you feel loved today by the little people who are in your life (and by the big ones too!). I maintain that motherhood is the most rewarding job in the world, and I'm so grateful to be in the trenches of it right now. My boys are such a blessing to me, and I'm so lucky to be their mom - no matter how hard the day in and day outs are. In the last year I have found that one of my causes as a blogger is sharing my passion for motherhood with other moms and women. All women deserve to be empowered as moms and to feel confident in raising kids while still making a positive difference in the world outside their home. 

In the spirit of Mother's Day, I want to share my favorite motherhood message. I watch this one every few months when I need to feel inspired and encouraged as a momma. I really believe it's entirely true.

Now, I realize that we all are in different circumstances. You may be a new mom, an older mom, a single adult, a sister, an aunt, a grandma, a friend or have any number of roles. I understand and appreciate that we are all at different places, BUT speaking from personal experience, ALL moms need a little extra appreciation today. Heck, I need extra encouragement all the time! (You can see why I watch the movie above so often!) No matter what your situation is, I guarantee your day will be better if you find another mom to compliment or to hug or to take a treat to. Yes, spoil your mom and yes, I hope you get spoiled, but take a chance to spread the love and encouragement a little farther too. You never know who needs the extra boost! I know I'll be trying my best to do it too. 

Now on to this week's Sunday Style! One tip for styling maxi skirts is to knot them on the front-side if they are a smidge too short. This skirt just hangs a tiny bit short in the front and I almost tossed it back in my closet until I remembered the knotting trick. It took me about five tries before I thought it looked right, so don't be afraid to tie and retie until it hangs right. This is a pretty casual church look for me and yet because I'm wearing a skirt, it still feels dressy. I should wear this to the park or grocery shopping, but I probably won't. You should though!  

So, what did you get your mom today? Do you have any Mother's Day traditions?

// Outfit Details //
Shirt: Downeast Basics
Skirt: Thrifted
Jacket: Thrifted (Ambercrombie and Fitch)
Sandals: Old Navy (old)
Cuff and Earrings: ONE little MOMMA


  1. Love it! I have never thought to tie my maxi skirts in a knot before! I love the look of denim with the skirts, though. It is one of my favorite outfits too.

  2. The knot trick also works if your clumsy and tend to get tangled (or Littles get tangled) in your maxis :) - yes I've fallen because of my own account and because one of the Littles has been holding my skirt because my hands were full :/

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