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What I've Been Wearing


I've never been a huge fan of bright white. I'm pale so I've always found it a bit difficult to wear and therefore I've avoided it. I am however, loving the black and white graphic prints trend. I had a Forever 21 gift card left over from Christmas and when I saw this peplum in the store I immediately new I had to have it. It's a little out of my wheel house but I loved wearing it and I am already dreaming up the next outfit.

peplum: f21, jeans: gap, shoes: payless/old, bracelets: gift/old

This last week was pretty hectic so I only got one outfit picture. To make up for my lack of documentation here are some other ways I've worn my lilac jeans - I obviously really like pairing them with my oxfords :) 

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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. 

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  1. Love the print on your peplum top and love those jeans! They're my fave color. Great outfit!

    Visiting from the Watch What I Am Wearing blog hop,
    Rhea @ Rhea Et Cetera

    Happy Sunday! :)

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    1. It's been such a fun color to wear. I've been pleasantly surprised with how versatile they are.

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  2. Love the printed top with the colored pants! :)

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    1. Thanks Mckenzie! I appreciate you stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment.

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  3. Love the tribal top..looks great with the purple!

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  4. Wow! That is a gorgeous and versatile pants. But I got to say it looked best when paired with that peplum top!

    By the way, I've updated my blog with a new post. I'd love for you to swing by :) www.fashchronicles.blogspot.com

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    1. I like them best paired with the peplum top too - it was such a happy find!

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  5. those purple pants are rockin! love the awesome black and white peplum too!

    kelseybang.com

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  6. Loving all the purple! Especially paired with graphic black and white peplum. So chic!

    Have a great week!

    -Jenny
    http://www.babblingsofamommy.com/2013/08/ootd-military-chic.html

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  7. That graphic top is perfect with the lavender skinnies!

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  8. That peplum top is so cute! It's a combination of my favorite things- peplum and patterns :) It looks great on you, and I love the color of your pants! How fun! And so many great outfits you have been able to pair with it. Thanks for sharing

    Christy
    Sunnywithasideof...

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  9. This top has a great pattern! I love that you paired it with bold pants, too!

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