What I Wore: Lavished Grace

Just because the days are cold and gray doesn’t mean I have to be, right?!

Lavished Grace Outside

I picked up a soft, comfy gray sweater dress at the GAP Outlet this weekend. It is heavenly, but it is just gray, so I wanted to add some color and brightness! I turned to my newest set of jewelry – a necklace and bracelets from Lavished Grace!

Lavished Grace Bracelet

These beautiful recycled beads, shown above in three stacking bracelets, were handmade by women in Uganda. The sale of these beads helps feed and house their families, send their children to school. receive medical care, and find hope for the future.

And because these beads came through Lavished Grace, the sale of these beads also helps my friend Rebekah’s family raise money for their adoption from Uganda!

Lavished Grace Necklace

This necklace is so fun because it is SUPER long, so you can wear it many ways! I have it doubled here, but I also love it tripled up!

Lavished Grace Boots

And I added magenta tights. I had to. They are just too fun. I should wear them more often, right?!

Please take some time to visit the Lavished Grace shop to buy some gorgeous handmade products and support this lovely family of six as they look to add one more from Uganda! Get 20% off your order with the code homewiththeboys as well!

And we’re giving away one necklace and bracelet set here today! Just enter below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thank you to Rebekah for telling me about Lavished Grace and sending me the beads to wear and review! I love them and will pray for your family every time I wear them!

I’m linking up with What I Wore Wednesday at The Pleated Poppy!


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  1. Awesome! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I love all the jewelry… I have one bracelet made from paper beads, and I enjoy the fact that it’s so light and easy to wear. The bright colors are so fun, too!

  3. I need some brightly colored tights in my life!!!

  4. Anthony & I are going to be taking a foster care class with the intent to adopt out of the foster care system.

  5. Linda Hutchinson says:

    So fun! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. My niece Sydney was adopted and I can not even begin to imagine what her life would have been like if she hadn’t been adopted! My husband was also adopted! Love the bracelet you have featured in the post. Such fun colors!

  7. I have a niece and nephew who are adopted and I am so blessed to have them in my life.
    I love the necklaces!

  8. Sending up special prayers for those answering the call to care for the orphans.

  9. I know some people who have adopted, & theysay it is the most rewarding experience. If we had the money, we would. I also have a friend whose dh adopted her sons after they married, he loved them that much

  10. I have three nieces who are adopted and it is a blessing to be a part of their lives! Sweet necklaces!

  11. I have three nieces who are adopted and it is a blessing to be a part of their lives! Sweet necklaces! I am going to buy some for their birthdays!

  12. Cool!! Thanks!! I may even get one for me too!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Adopting is a way some special people are “called” to add to their family.

  14. My dad was adopted. ๐Ÿ™‚ So thankful for the gift of his birth mom to my grandma and grandpa.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! What a beautiful necklace from some beautiful women!

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