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Saturday's Style Summary

SUNDAY earrings: target, sweater: zara, dress: anthropologie, tank: vs, 
tights: target (layered over black tights), shoes: dsw
TUESDAY earrings: ?, shirt: gap, belt: thrift, pants: gap, shoes: anthropologie
THURSDAY earrings: target, shirt: thrift, belt: thrift, pants: h&m, socks: target,
shoes: macys. jacket: gap
SATURDAY earrings: gift, scarf: gift, sweater: vs, dress: h&m,
tights: target (black knit layer over turquoise) , shoes: dsw

*linking this outfit up to clothed much's little black dress party*

The weather won this week - I just couldn't pose outside in Tuesday's outfit. I had spent most of the morning baking and cleaning in preparation for husbandie's students coming over for a little holiday party.  When I got dressed I was not thinking about the weather, I just wanted something easy and comfortable. If I had stopped and thought about how cold it was outside you can bet I would have bundled up a lot more - I'm a wimp when it comes to being cold...

Check out these to sites to see lots of other moms having fun with their clothes
 Momma Go Round  pleated poppy


  1. I love your taste in shoes. You look great.

  2. Great outfits!! The first one is my favorite, but I admire your creativity with them all. I followed you here from Real Momma, Real Style.

  3. Love your Tuesday & Saturday Outfits! :)

  4. nice outfits

  5. omg, i looooove your outfits! awesome! im a new follower to!

  6. i always love each an everyone of your outfits...i cant even decide which is the best as theyre all so good!

  7. glad you commented on my blog so I could find yours! Loving all your outfits, especially your color choices!

  8. Are you for REAL?! You have got STYLE girl and lots of it!!! Also you remind me of yoanna house from America's Next Top Model! I'm a new follower!

  9. I love the black over the turquoise Ive never thought to layer tights what a good idea I'd lvoe you to add this to my What We Wore and Made link party over at

  10. You are to stinking cute, I love your color scene. Visiting from WIWW

  11. I love the blue tights! and I love your hair cut!
    I also wanted to share that I am doing a giveaway
    over on my blog , hope you join in =)

  12. I LOVE both of your dresses! So adorable.

  13. great outfits! my favorite is saturday! i love the layered tights and those shoes are amazing! stopping by from the pleated poppy


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