Weekend Casual

On Mother’s Day, while Adam was still away with his grandparents, we slept in a bit and woke up ready for brunch.  If you follow me on Snapchat Lovezahra.com you know how this story goes…My favorite suburban brunch place ever, Egg Harbor (I always get the Farmers Benedict – it is divine!), was supposed to be opening up a new location even closer to me than the old one. Only, it hadn’t opened up yet and was still under construction. So I sulked for a bit but then we tried to go to the three major breakfast spots around – except each place had a two-hour or longer wait! I guess Mother’s Day brunch is sort of  a popular concept. After about 2 hours of roaming around with no prospects, we gave up and went to Mariano’s grocery store and grabbed some breakfast sandwiches, cappuccinos, and freshly squeezed OJ. It wasn’t what I had been craving for days, but it was a peaceful breakfast prepared for me, so I loved it!

Today’s look is what I wore that day, and it is also sort of my weekend uniform. I like to pair a striped top, skinny jeans, and sandals for a classic casual look. I am constantly looking for great striped tops, in different shapes and necklines.

My necklace is a new addition to my jewelry collection, and I am really excited about it. It is from a new boutique set to launch soon – called Lesouque.  I haven’t stopped wearing it since I got it because it goes with everything and it is so unique.They have curated a fantastic selection of one-of-a-kind pieces from artisans and independent designers across the globe.

They are planning on having a preview sale prior to launch, and you can sign up your email for that here: http://www.lesouque.com/earlyaccess?kid=5ZW20 . Once you have signed up, you will get an email within 48 hours and you will be alerted to the sale.

Thanks for visiting as always and I hope you are having a great week xx
hm-zadig-et-voltaire-rayban-Rebecca-minkoff-sole-society-suraLesouqueLesouque-zadigetvoltaire-sole-societyTop: Erin Featherston for Target – Similar Style I am currently coveting| Jeans: H&M (DIY Cut-off) – Similar Style| Jacket: Zadig & Voltaire – Similar Style | Sandals: Thanks to Sole Society | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Necklace: Thanks to Lesouque | Bracelets: Rocksbox, Thanks to Chelsea Charles | Watch: Michele | Ring: David Yurman | Sunnies: Ray-Ban

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I glow ‘cause I know what my worth is…who can name that song?? (every mom probably knows)
Thanks for all the love on my last post ❤️ I’m nursing a vulnerability hangover because I am actually a pretty private person (believe it or not) but every time I do get in my feelings and share it I end up connecting with so many of you and that makes it worth it. I know I am inspiring women to be unapologetic and to live their truth by doing so myself. That’s not a flex, enough of you dm me on the daily for me to say it with confidence. So with that- Lets go 2022! Hope this year keeps you feeling rested, hydrated, and living your best life! Also sorry and yes I’m definitely bothered by that rug flipped over in the back
Life is weird. For 2022 I’m thinking about how much I’ve personally grown. From this 21 year old girl getting married to someone I barely knew way too fast (my first marriage- also divorced within a year). That experience made me learn so much about standing up for what I wanted. Then for many years I thought I knew who I was, and soon I realized that wasn’t it either. I evolved. I struggled with my faith, particularly in 2020 when I felt attacked for my non mainstream views about Islam - interfaith marriage, LGBTQ, etc. Because of that, I lost a lot of supporters and tbh- sadly lost some friends. But I also figured out, with the sage advice from papa Shah, that there are as many opinions in the world as there are people - so me trying to change peoples opinions was pretty futile. Rather than bearing hostility to those who don’t think like me, I realized I should have empathy, and give people room to grow and learn. So I can say with sincerity that I’m finally good - with life and God and everything - and I’m proud of baby girl in this pic ❤️ Cheers to more growth and happiness next year!
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