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Little Lady's go-to accessory - her red blanket. 

SUNDAY earrings & skirt: thrift, shirt: target, necklace: gift, shoes: borrowed  

This dress probably could have used a good ironing, but I didn't want to ruin the "easy" summer look, since it was the whole point. :)

MONDAY dress: zaragoza spain, shoes: payless (very old) 

WEDNESDAY earrings: target, shirt: anthopologie, bag: charming charlie,
shorts: express, shoes: dsw

These short were a happy Goodwill find this week. I was in search of a couple new pairs because several from last year are currently too small - my thighs are refusing to part with the weight we gained this winter. I really like the color of these shorts and the fabric is shockingly soft - major props to J. Crew.

THURSDAY earrings: target, shirt: anthropologie, shorts: thrift, shoes: dsw

SATURDAY shirt: walmart, necklace: gift, skirt: borrowed, shoes: charming charlie   


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  1. I love your Monday hair :)

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  2. I love the first outfit & the lovely skirt in the last outfit!

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  3. I love this whole line up! Great thrifting find!!!

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  4. You're a doll! I love the attention to detail and accessories!

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  5. Wow, so much work in this post! You look adorable in all the photos! Found you on MM, have a nice day!

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  6. Thursday outfit looks so good on you! Love the detail on the top!

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  7. Love the navy and pink look! So pretty! And that last skirt is just lovely. ;)

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  8. I love your payless sandals! The color works with everything, love a nude shoe!

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  9. You are 100% adorable! I love all of your pretty skirts and dresses!

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  10. So cute! I came over because I saw the cute pink bermuda shorts - found a pair of similar AE ones at our Goodwill a couple of weeks ago. They are really fun and the perfect length. I like them with navy and green. :)

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  11. I'm wearing thrifted JCrew shorts from Goodwill this week too! You look so cute!

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