Lisa Smith is well acquainted with fashion disasters. Once when a date came to pick her up, he asked her if she was “wearing a costume.” In her defense, they were on the way to the theater. That marked the beginning of a decades long journey to discovering her personal style and owning it. Even when attending the theater.
Ask Lisa about her choice of clothes today, and she will tell you leopard print is her favorite color, heels hurt her back and a fluttery shrug is totally professional. She shops by her belief that your wardrobe should match your lifestyle and has found many comfortable and affordable ways to remain “stylish” as a working mom of four active children from tween to teen.
She loves accessorizing and her fashion rules include treating animal prints as neutrals, adding pops of color and wearing lots of bling. Her best fashion advice is to always put on the love of Christ because her ultimate goal is to wear her faith well.
Along her style evolution, Lisa learned to embrace God’s unique giftings within her and is currently learning how to express them. She is eager to help other women discover their own special talents and experience living a fashionable faith.
If you are wondering how to add personal flair to your own faith or just what could possibly match turquoise zebra-striped shoes, grab a cup of coffee and join the conversation! Just don’t expect to learn how to dress for the theater.
And in case you need a condensed version:
Lisa Smith is a reformed mall shopper who currently finds God in everyday places like laundry piles and carpool lines. She is the Family Life Director at Walden Community Church where she directs the Children’s Ministry, Women’s Ministry and family events.
As a passionate Bible teacher, she loves speaking at retreats and conferences. She is a Proverbs 31 She Speaks shespeaksconference.com graduate 2010 and 2011 and avid blogger who has been featured on popular sites such as www.ReneeSwope.com, www.TheScoopOnBalance.com, www.ItsAlmostNaptime.blogspot.com, (in)courage (www.incourage.me), and Hope for the Journey blogtalk radio with Yvonne Ortega http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ hope-for-the-journey/2010/10/13/interview-31-lisa-smith.
She lives in north Houston with her husband, four children and three furry babies. Lisa writes at LisaSmithBlog.com.