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SUNDAY cardigan + boots:target, shirt: jcpenny, pants: anthropologie, jacket: gap
necklace: francesca's 

We didn't get a chance to take these pictures in daylight so I feel like the colors are a bit off but I love the yellow, black, and white stripes of this vintage dress. If it was a bit longer it be one of my favorite pieces. Currently, I only pull it out for date nights.

THURSDAY dress + cardigan: vintage/thrift, boots: piperlime, turtleneck: ?

Last weekend I used some money from my personal spending envelope and a $10 DSW rewards coupon do get these Minnetonka moccasins. I wanted something cute, casual, and comfortable to wear with outfits this spring and these shoes were the perfect find. 

SATURDAY shirt + pants: gap, shoes: dsw
scarf: borrowed (if you leave things at my house i will wear it :)  

Want more? Check out these link parties to see lots of other ladies having fun with their clothes: Watch What I'm Wearing, Sunday Style,  Monday Mingle, and What I Wore Wednesday. 

Comments

  1. looking good...rocking the stripes. loving the purple pants as well.

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  2. The violet shade of pants from the last look is so pretty!!! Beautiful looks Rachel!!! By the way I'm hosting a link up party today and would be thrilled if you decided to participate!
    http://dcinstyle.com/

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  3. I love the violet pants with the black. So pretty! The stripes looks so fun! You look wonderful.

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  4. Oh I just adore all the colors in each outfit. Great ensembles. I see ready for any winter chill and still looking oh so fab and stylish.

    http://elementsofavoluptuousbeauty.blogspot.com

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  5. My moccasins are my favorite shoe to throw on in the warmer months! I love your mom style...especially that striped dress and the purple jeans.

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  6. Great casual looks!

    -Jenny
    http://www.babblingsofamommy.com/2013/03/my-spring-staples.html

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