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Comfortable & Stylish Travel Outfit

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Hi ladies! I’m on the hunt for comfortable and stylish travel outfits. This outfit from Kohl’s is great for travel but also for a brisk fall day, whether you’re headed to the pumpkin patch or just spending time outside enjoying the fall season.

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Comfortable & Stylish Travel Outfit

My solid white tee has a v-neck and is slim fitting. It’s super soft, and it’s not see-through.

These lightweight joggers have side pockets and a drawstring elastic waistband. These will be great for traveling!

If the weather gets chilly, it’s always nice to have a jacket, and this Eddie Bauer jacket is lightweight, waterproof, has an attached hood, and has a button & zipper front. Plus, I think it’s super cute!

For a sporty look, I’m wearing the Adidas platform sneakers. These are great for everyday wear but might be a bit heavier than what I want to pack for my Israel trip.

I’m ready for my fall travels or the pumpkin patch!

Eddie Bauer Port Townsend Jacket (small) | Eddie Bauer Favorite Solid Tee (small) | Eddie Bauer Departure Joggers (small) | Adidas Court Platform Sneakers

I love this fall outfit from Kohl’s, and if you want to add some fall decor to your home, make sure to check out all the cute home decor HERE.

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Beauty For the Heart™Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will. Romans 12:2

Truth: As believers, we are to look different than the world. He calls us to be transformed by the renewing of our minds.

This means we allow Him to change the way we think so that we can see the world from God’s perspective. Then, we’re able to discern what God’s will is for our lives. We can make choices that align with His good, pleasing, and perfect will.

How do we do that? We spend time in God’s word and allow it to renew our minds. His word is our strength for daily living.
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  1. Question: I read that you have coffee in your fasting program. Do you add anything to your coffee? Sweetener, creamer? Thank you, Tammy

    1. Hi Tammy, I don’t add anything, I drink my coffee black. I think you can add a little cream but it’s best if you don’t. I don’t know why, but I’ve never liked cream or sugar in my coffee.

  2. I’m confused. At the intro you say the outfit is from Kohl’s but the shopping widgets are Eddie Bauer. I found the white T shirt from Eddie Bauer last year and it’s been great. I love how well made it is and the fit. Love that jacket. Have you thought of just taking your black Vouri joggers and your grey black vouri jacket. I have the off mauve color in the vouri jacket when you featured last year and it’s in great shape. Love it. You might want to talk to Jo Lynne about the white sneaker she packed for Italy. She said they are really comfortable and worked great. I forget the brand name. Glad you had a great day celebrating Wayne.

      1. Oh sorry. I just came back to this and saw this. My mind didn’t think of Kohl’s selling Eddie Bauer. Eddie Bauer’s coats hold up really well. I’ve had several over the years from light to heavier puffer jackets and still wear several of them.

  3. If I had known what I know now I would take sneakers for runners to Israel. I’ve discovered for my feet a running sneaker is more comfortable because it’s so light. The fashion sneakers tire my feet because most are so heavy. I think the above outfit would be perfect for your trip. I don’t know about the shoes.