What I’m Wearing for February

What I’m Wearing for February

I may be down to just a few articles of clothing, but I am still enjoying putting together fun outfits and accessorizing.  I have some new things and I am cinching up some old things and playing with mixing patterns.

Some fun modest outfits for February! -- The Pennington Point

Since it’s the month of love, here’s a cute sweater I found on clearance at Macy’s and a striped skirt that I took in to fit me.  Black tights finish it with a kick.


On a quiet day at home I throw on my old sport shirt and simple skirt.  I love the gray striped t-shirt.  I shall miss it when it doesn’t fit me anymore.


I wore the same t-shirt again to church one week under a navy shirt (which I tied at the waist to make it fit) and flowy skirt I got at Versona.


But my favorite new top is the one I bought with my birthday discount at anthropologie.  And my favorite vintage style necklace….be still my heart.


I wore that same necklace again with this brown and black combo.  You can mix brown and black by the way.  I belted this blazer because it’s way too big.  But that made it fun.  Then I put it all over a little brown calico style skirt.  Weird, but I like the unexpected.


My last outfit to show you is from a couple of days ago.  I dug around and put this cuteness together.  The polka dot scarf was different for me, but I liked it.


Thanks for stopping by!  As the weather warms up I can’t wait to play around with some new combos!


  1. The polka dot scarf might be new for you, but that outfit is super cute! (And, as a bonus you look teeny, tiny.) I am drooling over your new necklace, too. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I have been reading your blog for quite awhile. I decided I needed to tell you how proud I am of your faith and testimony. The weight loss is sweet, but even more I love your sense of fun in life. Thank you!

  3. I like all the outfits but the long navy maxi skirt with the dress shirt tied is my favorite; looking good!

  4. Thanks so much for sharing! I love your creativeness!! 🙂

  5. Such cute outfits, and you’re looking so good!


  6. Lisa, I cannot believe how much weight you have lost. You look amazing. I am so happy for you. I can’t imagine having a waist and wearing a belt! Good for you girl! As always your outfits are so creative!

  7. The last outfit is my favorite. I do wear pants, but only modestly with long shirts or tunics. I feel like dressing dressing modestly allows more creativity and class. Also, I am very busty and I have cleavage in everything lol

  8. I love your striped shirt from anthropologie! Very cute!

  9. I love your outfits… the sparkle in you eye really pulls it all together 🙂

  10. I see your blog often shared via a new friend, and I decided to check it out! Wow! This is a very fun and encouraging post! I am not a person who typically wears skirts every day, but I would like to 🙂 You’ve made it look so fun and comfy 🙂 I need someone to show me what all I can do with them~ you did a great job 🙂 Lord bless!

  11. Love the outfits. You wearing a sport shirt makes me smile becausexI love to do that, too. I joke about myself calling myself the “skirts and sneakers” gal.

  12. Love your style and congrats on the weight loss, just wish I was close enough to hit up your garage sale when you purge your closet! lol

  13. Very cute outfits and you are looking wonderful! I hope you have a blessed day 🙂

  14. You are looking good!