1. I love the polka dots and the pops of red and I so get exactly what you mean. I struggle with the whole thing of spending too when some have so little…. Thanks for joining up with WW again. You look awesome!

  2. I absolutely LOVE this outfit! And I love that it reminds you of Kenya! Why not take those memories with you to work! Hope you are feeling back in the swing of things soon!
    – Heather

  3. I am so in love with that necklace…and I love that it has a story. Very cool. Polka dots and zebra stripes…it can’t get much better than that in my book!

  4. I think maybe everyone should get a little dose of what life is like outside of their own bubble and maybe we would all (including myself) be more aware of how thankful we should be 🙂 Can’t wait to see you soon 🙂
    brooke @ what2wear

  5. Love the homage you are paying to those zebras with this outfit Molly! When you go from one cultural extreme to another, it’s hard not to have those feelings you’re experiencing right now. It really puts things in perspective and is a good reminder to appreciate the wonderful people and blessings in your life instead of just the “stuff” you accumulate over time. I hope the jet lag wears off soon and you’re able to settle back into life again…what you did was so inspiring and amazing and I loved reading about it. Hope you’ll share more memories and photos from Kenya soon 🙂


  6. I think it’s so cute that your outfit on the first day back was Kenya-inspired. I get what you’re saying about the Toms. Sometimes I try not to be so attached to my stuff, but reading all these fashion blogs doesn’t help either! LOL. Thanks for the post!

  7. I imagine it would be hard to get back into the swing of things after taking such an amazing trip! Cute pattern mixing and I love that you’re wearing some reminders of your trip 🙂


    1. aw thank you so much, lindsay! there is a website but i don’t know if you can order it online. i do know there are some “Kazuri America” shops – but it’s tough to find 🙁 i love it so much!!

  8. I can definitely imagine that it takes a bit to get back into the swing of things after an experience like that! I like how you dressed with some Kenya inspo to ease your way back in – love that Kazuri necklace.

    Sea and Swank

  9. I love that cardigan! I’m it’s hard to come back and realize how easy it is for us to spend money on things and how much money means to them and how easy it is for us to spend it here. I think it’s important to have a good balance. You can still spend money you just have to know where material possessions lie in God’s eye and then be wise with what he’s given you, which I think you are!

  10. I think it’s totally acceptable to take a few days to get back in the swing of things 🙂

    Love this cardigan…how cool that you saw zebras everywhere?!?!

  11. Lovely as ever, Dear Molly. Love the homage to our striped friends, and the details that remind you of your life-changing trip. Praying you get back to feeling yourself, jet lag is so hard. Hugs, Darlin’!!! ~Sarah

  12. So happy that you’re back! You have mission trip brain, I walked around in a fog for a week…..it’s such a hard adjustment coming back! Can’t wait to hear more about it!

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