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I'd been wanting to pair this skirt and ice blue tank for awhile, so I'm glad I got around to it before the weather turned cooler. I, however, also liked how they looked paired with the black polka dot cardigan  so I'll most likely wear the combination again this fall - maybe add some black tights. 

cardigan: target, shirt: jcpenny, skirt: gap, shoes: anthropologie


I threw this on at the last minute for a date with Jeremy. It had been a rough week so he surprised me with a trip to Hobby Lobby followed by drinks and dessert. The man's a keeper! 

necklace + earrings: f21, top: gift/jcrew, jeans: target, shoes: gift/dsw, purse: gift


This is another date outfit. Mini Man and I went out to dinner and then to a local production of Singing In The Rain. He's been a fan of the movie for awhile so it was a treat to get to see it live with him. Mini Man's favorite color is green and he thinks this belt is the coolest. I never thought I'd be one of those girls that dresses for her man - but look at that face! 

dress: anthropologie, bracelet: target, belt: zara, shoes: thrift, bag: gift 

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,  and What I Wore Wednesday. 

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  1. Wow you look gorgeous in all these outfit. Your accessories fits really well and that belt that is awesome!

    Kim,USA

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    1. Thanks! I actually bought the belt for a wedding I'm going to be in (bridesmaid), it's great when you actually enjoy the stuff you "have" to purchase.

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    1. Thanks, it was a very happy Target clearance find :)

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  3. Love what the polka dot cardi does for your outfit. Great pattern mixing!

    Have a great week!
    -Jenny
    http://www.babblingsofamommy.com/2013/09/the-best-of-new-york-fashion-week.html

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  4. love your style! the green dress is so pretty. 2 dates in a week, so lucky!!!

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    1. Thanks! And yes I'm very lucky, my boys tend to spoil me :)

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  5. They're all adorable! And I love that polka dot cardi! I need one!

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  6. Found you via Monday Mingle. I love the variety of looks you put together! I need to find me a polka dot cardigan.

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  7. I love all of your outfits! You have the best accessories! If you get a chance, please link up to my linky party: http://suburbsmama.blogspot.com/2013/09/what-we-wore-10.html

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  8. Oh that first outfit with the polka dot cardi... SO cute! And that beaded belt on that teal dress is just delicious. You are stunningly beautiful. I loved looking at your outfits... so creative and modest too. (Your photos are just lovely, also.)

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