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Weekly Outfit Summary

This is what I wore on Easter. If you're interested, you can see a few more pictures, including what the rest of my family wore, here

SUNDAY necklace + jacket: f21, dress: c/o eshakti, tights: target, shoes: thrift 
earrings: nashville souvenir, bracelets: hand-me-downs & old 

Tuesday was still pretty cold but I've been itching to wear this maxi dress ever since I bought it - this past winter - on clearance at Old Navy for less than $5! Since I didn't want to wait any longer, I decided to just go for it and pile on some extra layers. 

TUESDAY sweater + dress + shirt: old navy, boot + bracelets: target, necklace: old 

I normally like a LOT of color in my outfits but lately I've been drawn to black and white prints...obviously, I couldn't go completely "colorless" though. 

THURSDAY shirt: gap (currently on sale), pants: ann taylor loft, shoes: kohl's

This dress is from a teriffic online boutique, ever+mi.crush. They are currently having a spring cleaning sale with lots of fun pieces marked under $25, including this dress which is currently only $20! You should definitely stop by and have a look!

SATURDAY dress: c/o ever+mi.crush, shirt: thrift, tights: anthropologie, shoes: dsw
*sometimes my daughter and i accidentally match 

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, What I Wore Wednesday, and Dress for the Day. 

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  1. Loving how you mixed the black and white prints in your outfit on Wednesday! Definitely shows how you can still bring the spunk without tons of color!

  2. Love the black and white outfit. Great pattern mixing!


  3. Love the LOFT pants and the way you paired them with stripes!! All the outfits look beautiful! You remind me of Jennifer Garner:-) With ready smile and gorgeous face!! Hope you are having a wonderful day!
    Style Delights Blog

  4. I love the black and white look!
    Please stop by my site at when you have some time. I'm giving away a signature bracelet seen on celebrities by Henri Lou.


  5. Cute outfits! I'd love for you to link up to My Style Monday.

  6. Great outfits. I particularly love the first. It reminds me of a pattern I had on a dress when I was a child and it brought back great feelings to see it. Looks fabulous in that style. Thanks for sharing,

    Fur Earwig

    1. Thanks you for leaving your comment. It made me smile to read that my dress brought make a happy memory for you.

      all the best -

  7. LOVE that paisley maxi dress!! And I love how creative you are with layering things over/under dresses - I'm just branching into that myself.

    1. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment. It make me happy to hear you found something you enjoyed. Layering is a ton of fun and it's helps me stretch my wardrobe (and budget) a little farther. Best of luck as you experiment.

  8. nice to meet you via "dress for the day" - i'm so inspired by the way this peek into your weekly wardrobe says SO much about you. creative, bold, fun. you really embrace clothes and the power they have to motivate and communicate your spirit to the world!

    i'll be back! thanks for linking up!

    1. I think this is one of the best comments i have ever received. Thank-you!

  9. It's all fabulous...Really love the stripes!


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