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Blue and green are probably one of my favorite color combinations. Since they are an analogous color scheme, they almost always blend well together; without making me feel like I'm dressed like for a holiday or a sports team. 

dress: old navy (similar $38, $19, or $52), lace tank: gift (same), necklace: old,
shoes: thrift (similar $47)


I adore this bright orange skirt but finding something to pair it with can be tricky. I don't feel like I look good in white shirts, I'm too pale. While pairing with black or brown makes me feel like I'm dressing for the fall/halloween. This peach and orange combination was a happy accident; sometimes a pile of clothes on your bed can be a good thing. 

sweater: f21, skirt: hand-me-down (similar $90), sandals: florence street market
necklace: francesca's (similar $33, or $8)


This shirt is another Thread-Up find. The skirt is one I picked up at frock swap a couple years back. This outfit has become one of my summer uniforms. Both the skirt and shirt are easy to move in and provide lots of ventilation - perfect for a mom chasing after kids. 

A bit random but when ever I see/wear green and grey this song by Nickel Creek get's stuck in my head...

He says, "Green is the color everyone see all around me. 
Gray is the color I see around her, and she's just a blur."
The more the crowd cheers, the less I can hear
and they don't really care what I play. It might be for her
But for now it's between green and gray. 

shirt: thread-up, skirt: frock-swap, jacket: target (similar $78), sandals: florence street market

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Comments

  1. Hi, I am Ada. I found you through the Sunday link-up. I really like how you layered a cami under that pretty+versatile striped sundress. Cute flats in all of these outfits too. I also love that last outfit. Fabulous Green skirt.

    I welcome you to check out my blog. Thank you & Have a Great New Week! Ada. =)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Ada and for the sweet comments. Headed over to check out your blog now :)

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  2. Hi there!
    I love your outfits, but am going to comment on the beautiful green skirt! I love it on you and with your complextion! you look great. It looks very pretty with the delicate lace top
    from the link up, jess
    please stop by
    http://www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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  3. That green skirt is awesome! All of your outfits are super cute. : )

    ~Sarah
    http://atowngirlslife.blogspot.com/

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  4. Super cute outfits! Love the green skirt with the lace top!

    Jill
    dousedinpink.blogspot.com

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