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I found this skirt in a thrift store in Boston last spring. It was in the vintage section and looks to be homemade. Either way it was a great price and I love fun colors and prints. 

cardigan: gap, shirt; old, skirt + shoes: thrift, belt: gift 


I got this dress at Old Navy several weeks back and debated between sizes for awhile. I ended up going with the larger size. It's a bit loose but I was looking for an everyday summer dress and the extra room makes it easier to wear when chasing after kiddos. 

hat: target, dress + belt: old navy, shoes: florence 

I think you can tell in the pictures that this skirt is actually a maxi dress. I found it on crazy clearance (under $4!) this winter. It's strapless and thus I would have passed it by if it wasn't for the price, not actually for modesty reasons. I think length/strap rules are a little silly. Just because something is strapless doesn't necessarily make it immodest.  My hesitancy with strapless has much more to do with how difficult it is to keep it in place while also picking-up/carrying children. I had to pull it back up a couple times though-out the day and thus was very glad I chose to wear the t-shirt. 

necklace: francesca's, t-shirt: vs, dress: old navy, bracelet: target, shoes: florence

 Want more? Check out these link parties to see lots of other ladies having fun with their clothes: Watch What I'm WearingSunday Style,  Monday MingleStyle Sessions, What I Wore Wednesday, and Dress for the Day. 

Comments

  1. The eyelet dress is stunning! The color is simply beautiful.. you don't need anything else with this kind of color! I also love the knotted tee.. so nonchalantly cool!

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  2. I love the striped cardigan best.....it will go a long way in my closet!

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  3. I love the orange old navy dress. So cute esp with those details :)

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  4. I've never been a strapless fan! They just don't seem to stay in place! I chose a wedding dress with straps for that reason! That orange dress is really cute, I'm sure I remember seeing it for sale at Old Navy.

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  5. Awesome print mixing in that first outfit, I love the bold stripes. What a great piece!

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  6. I think that dress looks perfect on you!

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  7. that "homemade" skirt fits you like a glove - it's like they made it specifically for you! I've also seen several people rave about the lace/eyelet dress so I now may have to keep an eye out for it.

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  8. I have that Old Navy dress in yellow!!
    Visiting from the Dress For the Day linkup! Nice to meet you!

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  9. I love this Old Navy dress! It's the perfect summer dress.

    Amy

    Fashion and Beauty Finds

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