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What I wore: a very simple look with african print

Hello and welcome. This is another what I wore blogpost.

Before let's feed the soul. Do the word went something like this: 

Life under God and life under the sun. How the individual worship should view their own part in the worship of God. Anyone can come to the place of worship. We must understand that worship is about God and not about us so basically worship God in spirit and in truth.


The look
I had two different look in mind. Both looked really good in my opinion. A friend gifted me the waist coat you see in the picture and video. The medium length skirt is from H&M and the long one is from Primark. I have had these for a while. The black vest is also and H&M basic v-neck top. The waist coat was bought already made so it's a bit loose. 


I usually struggle to find my size so when I do find one I hold onto it for a very long time u till I can find another. The shoes are from Newlook and was not bought for this look. I bout the shoes before being gifted the waist coat. 


Makeup
I usually wear makeup on Sundays when I am going to church or Saturdays if I am going to a wedding or a party. I also like to match sometimes. I am currently slowly building my collection and will share this in a later post.


In this look I used BarryM eye shadow palette in Metoer Storm. I have been loving Iman Cosmetics eye brow pencil for a while and need to restock. For my lips I believe I am wearing elf in Ruby red.

For my foundation I believe I am using l'oreal true match in dark coffee and for concealer I use LA girl and M. A.C cosmetic in nw 45. I also use ben nye powder in topaz to set my under eye.

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Iryn

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