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Saturday's Style Summary

SUNDAY earrings: florence, cardigan: zara, shirt: francesca's (used to be a dress),
skirt: anthropologie, shoes: thrift
WEDNESDAY earrings: ?, necklace: gift, bracelet: target, cardigan: target,
dress: anthropologie tights: gap, shoes: anthropologie
THURSDAY earrings: thrift, necklace: francesca's, jacket: f21, shirt: target,
belt: thrift, pants: thrift, boots: dsw
FRIDAY earrings: gift, bracelet: target sweater: hand-me-down, pants: germany,
shoes: florence

If I could have, I probably would of stayed in pajamas all week - the holidays wore me out!  Alas, I had places to go...where there'd people...and I'd be seen. Today, however, there is no such much place, so I will be enjoying the comfort of my pajamas and crazy bed head all day - husbandie's such a lucky man. :)

Check out these to sites to see lots of other moms having fun with their clothes.


 Momma Go Round  pleated poppy

Comments

  1. I love your bold choices. I would be so afraid but you look amazing!

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  2. yellow tights are so much fun right?! you look adorable!

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  3. Love your own creative style! Love the Anthro dress and the jacket and jeans the best!

    Super cute!

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  4. Super cute and I love the turquoise! And Thursday is my fave day!

    Have a great Wednesday!

    paige

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  5. Thursday's outfit is so fabulous! I love it!

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  6. i love all your bold color choices! turquoise is my favorite color so i love how much of it you have :)
    -marie
    http://griffithsrated.blogspot.com/

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  7. We have the same olive skirt from Anthro! I love all the bright colors in your outfits.

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  8. Great colors! Hope you'll swing by and share your style on our fashion link up http://www.momtrends.com/2012/01/best-leggings-for-support/

    It's a fun spot to show off your photos!

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  9. you are not afraid of color! love all the outfits. wish i was so brave.

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  10. Great outfit inspiration. Your sunday shoes are to die for. I'm visiting from What I Wore Wednesday and would love for you to join my ABC's of Style challenge at http://fashionsgreatesthits.blogspot.com/

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  11. Absolutely love your jeans. Your outfits are cool and chic, eh. Lovely!

    Cheers,
    Cathy@The Trendy Nurse Takes a Look at the Golden Globes 2012 Red Carpet

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  12. Love the red dress and turquoise sweater from Wednesday! Wish I would have thought to wear the yellow tights with mine too! Come check me out at RubysNPurls (http://rubysnpurls.wordpress.com/2012/01/31/winter-challenge-brights/)

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  13. Found you through Freckles in April - I absolutely LOVE your mustard tights (they're my fave) and they look gorgeous with teal and red! Love the bright colours of all your looks, I'm a big colours fan too!

    Catherine x
    http://notdressedaslamb.com/

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  14. Oh my goodness. I am in LOVE with those shoes on your first outfit. And you thrifted those!? Amazing!

    See Me Rwar

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