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I picked this skirt up, along with half-a-dozen others, at a church rummage sale. It was the last day of the sale so whatever you could fit in a bag was yours for just $2. Hence, why I bought so many skirts. They were all a similar cut (probably an elderly lady cleaning out her closet) but I just couldn't decided on a color/pattern. I've since given half of them away and probably should whittle it down to just one or two but I still can't seem to pick a favorite. 

cardigan: gap, skirt: thrift (similar), shoes: thrift (similar), necklace: f21


cardigan: thrift/(similar) top: jcrew, pants: target.(similar), booties: dsw, necklace: gift



The day I wore this outfit I met up with some other moms at the library. While talking one of the moms pointed out that her toddler daughter dressed herself in a crazy outfit that morning. I looked over and saw she was in a bright sleeveless dress worn over a shirt with colorful tights - I then tried hard not to blush. Seriously though, I enjoyed wearing this outfit - color makes for a happier day. 

cardigan: target, shirt: old navy (similar), dress: old navy, tights: old, booties: target (similar)
bracelet: target (similar $19)


blazer: thrift (similar), dress: thrift, necklace: charming charliebooties: dsw,

Want more? Check out these link parties to see lots of other ladies having fun with their clothes: Watch What I'm Wearing,  Monday MingleStyle Sessions,  What We Wore,  What I Wore Wednesdayand Friday's Five.  

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  1. The polka dots and plaid look so pretty together!

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    1. Thanks Kristen! Isn't funny how a few years ago mixing patterns seemed like such foreign concept and now it's almost second nature?

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  2. I love how you styled the orange dress, it's such a happy colour, perfect for Fall!

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    1. Thanks Ericka! I brought it this past summer and wasn't ready to pack it away with the rest of my summer pieces.

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  3. You have such a beautiful smile! Great job on the thrifted finds - Hopped over from Style Elixir.

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    1. Thanks for such a sweet compliment! Thrifting is one of my ways to de-stress. Finding a great bargain can release some amazing endorphins ;)

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  4. Some great outfits there. Love the 'granny' skirts. I would have trouble whittling them down too. And the orange dress over the chabray looks awesome. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    1. Glad to know I'm not the only who'd have trouble choosing.

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  5. I love love love that orange dress outfit! All the colors are gorgeous!

    And you are such a good thrifter!

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