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Style Summary

TUESDAY earrings: gift, scarf & t-shirts & bracelets: target, sweater: old navy, jeans gap
shoes: frock swap 

WEDNESDAY earrings: target, shirt: ae, belt: f21, skirt, thrift, shoes: tj-maxx 

THURSDAY earrings: target, sweater: old navy (very old), shirt & necklace: f21,
pants & shoes: thrift

I wore this outfit grocery shopping, I'm now convinced a pretty hat and twirly dress can make almost any task fun. 

FRIDAY hat: charming charlie, earrings: target, dress anthropologie, shoes & belt: gift

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Comments

  1. Ooo!! I like all of your outfits of the week, but I have to say - Friday & Wednesday are my favorites. I am in love with that purple dress!!!

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  2. Loooooving Wed. and Friday's looks, so pretty.

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  3. Love your Wednesday look! That skirt is such a fabulous color.

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  4. That plum dress is so cute! You look beautiful!

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  5. Friday's outfit is awesome!

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  6. You styled that purple scarf nicely! Thanks for sharing on Monday Mingle.

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  7. Love your use of accessories!

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  8. Love your stripes on stripes and the yellow belt with the blue and green!

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  9. I love your style and your super cute short hair! The 3rd look is my fav! Now following!

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  10. Just saw you at www.thepleatedpoppy.com and can't decide which look I like the most! The purple scarf is amazing against your hair & skin! Love the denim/yellow & green! But stripes are fun!!! OK .. I will definitely be back to your blog ... LOVE IT! pippa
    http://www.shopwithpippa.com

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  11. That lavender scarf looks SO pretty on you!

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  12. I adore your Thursday outfit! I hope you've worn it again :)

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