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What I’ve Been Wearing

A little fun with this shot...I almost always do something silly for Jeremy when he takes my pictures.  This outfit it kind of like pajamas, wish worked out great because it was turn to sub in the nursery at church. 

scarf: target (similar $12), sweater: old navy (similar $29), pants: thrift, bracelet: target
 boots: dsw (similar $80)

I liked this outfit so much that I wore it twice...ssh! 

coat: thrift (similar $63), scarf: gift (similar $27) top: gift/diy (similar $77),
jeans: anthropologie (similar $59), necklace: f21 (similar $33), boots: same

I'm totally have a bit of a "wine" moment. Shouldn't this of happened last year? Anyways, I'm currently loving these boots

coat: thrift (similar), sweater: thrift, skirt: anthropologie, boots: same

This past Saturday we had a little party at our house. We hosted for other friends with kids so the kids could have some holiday fun together and we could get in a little time together too. Truth be told though I took this picture the next day. I had planed and planed but still ended with too much to do before people arrived. 

dress: francesca's (similar $132), shoes: diy (similar), necklace: target (same), tights: gap

This was another church outfit. I didn't get to posting last week so you get two this week - :) I love this dress (skirt) but every time I wear I have careful the kids don't jump on it every time I bend down. 

sweater: anthropologie (similar $63), dress worn as skirt: victoria secret (same),
shoes: diy (similar)

This outfit was thrown together in a hurry but I really liked how the polka dots and bows looked together. 

cardigan: target (same), shirt: gap/girls,  necklace: f21 (similar $33), jeans: thrift (similar $113)
boots: dsw (similar $80)

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.   


  1. Cute winter looks! The polka dot/bow combo is my favorite.

    Have a great week!


  2. Such cute looks! I love all of them and you look great. The last one is one of my faves:-)


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