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This polka dots shirt is one of the pieces I picked up at The Garment District while we were in Boston. I'm currently loving polka dots, and blue is my favorite color to wear, so I was pretty excited when I saw it was only $8!

SUNDAY earrings and bracelet: target, necklace: francesca's, shirt: thrifted/vintage,
skirt: gap, shoes: thrifted
 

I always told myself I wouldn't do things like this but I couldn't resist...

matching polka dots :)

MONDAY earrings and bracelet: target, shirt & pants: thrifted, shoes: frock swap 

THURSDAY earrings: target, necklace: f21, cardigan: target/zac posen,  shoes: payless
shirt & jeans: anthropologie
 

Yes, I'm wearing the same pair of jeans two days in a row - they are a new favorite. I find it difficult to find jeans that I love; if I'm going to wear pants I usually prefer cords. Random fact: I didn't own my 1st pair of jeans until middle school! These, however, are super comfortable and they are high waisted which means that when I am playing around, all if have to worry about is my kids. 

FRIDAY head scarf, earrings, and necklace: target, shirt: thrifted, pants: anthropologie
shoes: florence
 

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  1. I am in LOVE with that skirt!!!

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  2. Love the mixed prints and your baby girl is too cute!

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  3. Love how you mixed the print in the first look.

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  4. Loving the polka dots on you AND your little lady! Too cute!
    Ashley:)

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  5. I saw your link on Mamma go round and I think the first outfit is really great. I like the polka dots. I would love it if you linked up to my fashion link party at

    http://watchoutforthewoestmans.blogspot.com/2012/03/green-and-brown.html

    Have a great day!

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  6. I love the way you mixed the prints in the first outfit. Fabulous!

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  7. Those polka dots are perfection with that skirt!

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  8. You've got some really great outfits here - I love the mixture of patterns in your Sunday look!

    We're hosting our first ever Beautify It Monday link party right now and we'd love for you to stop by and link up!

    Bringingbeauty.blogspot.com

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  9. you've just inspired me to mix BOLD prints!

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  10. oh my...loving the mixed prints, very well done! Glad I stopped by, loving your blog!!

    Would love to have you over at my Friday 365 Challenge Link up ;)
    http://twothirtyfivedesigns.blogspot.com/

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  11. That floral mustard skirt is awesome!

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  12. Oh you wear it so well. I am checking out my closet to copy cat! :)

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  13. Really cute outfits! I especially love your bright yellow skirt. Your style is adorable. :)

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  14. LOVE the polka dots WITH the yellow floral skirt - FAB mix of patterns! I also heart the fact that you dressed the lil in polka dots too!

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  15. LOVE the polka dots!! and even the matching polka dot skirt. : ) so cute!

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  16. LOOOOOOOVE the polka dot shirt. And for only $8?!?! NICE!! :)

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  17. There is something so special about that skirt in the first picture. I love it!

    Just found you through the pleated poppy and can't wait to read more about you! :D

    <3 Daryl
    Roots, Wings, and Other Things.

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  18. I LOVE the pattern mixing on Sunday!! xoShelly

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