On this My Gal Friday I’m so excited to share this inspiring woman with you: meet Molly of Style Miss Molly.
I normally don’t start off these posts with a picture before an introduction, but I had to show you the kindness and sweetness shining through her eyes and smile. There was no way I could use words to explain just how much her inner beauty shines through!
Molly is a kindergarten teacher with some seriously lovely outfit combos; I thoroughly enjoy viewing her looks on her blog and Instagram, but I enjoy reading her words and comments even more! She is such an inspiration to be a kinder, and more caring woman.
Of course, she’s stylish and super beautiful as well! people would go with black pants and a coloured top; I love how Molly switched that up and accessorized with the cutest leopard scarf. I have to share one more look from her: this one is so casual and yet elegant. She balances the jersey dress and tennis shoes so smoothly with the leather and glittery statement necklace.
Of course I asked Molly a couple of random questions which she graciously answered:
- What is one item you regret not buying?
“If I ever regret not buying something after a while I’ll usually go back and purchase it. But occasionally it’s too late for that. Last summer I found the cutest turtle neck sleeveless sweater dress on vacation and of course made the mistake of talking myself out of getting it! It’s not like I can go back and get it, and I still think about it to this day!” (I still think of a little white dress I didn’t get even though it was on clearance….. I understand Molly, all too well.
- What is one silly little thing that makes you ridiculously happy?
“For sure it would be tumbler cups and travel mugs. I know how ridiculous that sounds, but I love getting new ones brings the silliest smile to my face! I’m always on the go and like to take cute cups that bring a little cheer throughout my day. My husband has realized my silly little obsession and occasionally surprises me with them. He claims if he can spend $10 to make me ridiculously happy it’s the least he could do.” (My Sweet Baboo loves that all he has to do is buy me $5 grocery store daisies to make me happy!)
- What’s one random fact about you?
“When I was in 5th grade I got an award for “Queen of the Mattress Floats” at the pool. All the other kids at camp would swim, but I preferred to stay dry on top of the water. Apparently, not much has changed because I still prefer relaxing on floats rather than swimming! ” (This is adorable!!!!!)