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This outfit is a combination of favorites: a favorite dress, a favorite shirt, and a favorite belt.

SUNDAY earrings: target, shirt: h&m, dress: anthropologie, belt & shoes: thrift

The rest of the week was spent in a volunteer t-shirt. Every year my church hosts an amazing, week-long day camp, called High Five, for preschool and elementary students. This year I signed up to run the Imagination Station elective, and it was messy, crazy hectic, and a ton of fun.

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  1. wow,it looks stunning,lub it Thanks for sharing with us..:)

  2. I love the shape of those skirts Rachel - do you mind if I ask where they're from? Thanks also for putting me on to Thrifters anonymous - I'm doing a week long 'nothing new outfits' challenge this week :)

  3. I love the first outfit! The tee shirt over the dress is so cute!

  4. Love the T over the dress! I love when an outfit is creative and unique...I'm guessing that means so are you;)

    Aesthetic Lounge

  5. i love the shirt over the dress outfit. so unique and cute!

  6. I love the green skirt with the navy top! And cute ways to style your volunteer shirt!

  7. I love the green dress and tee combo!

  8. I love how you layered the shirt over the dress! And I love the layers on the bottom of the dress.

  9. You are so adorable! Brilliant idea with the layering. :)

    xx Love & Aloha

  10. Love the green dress paired with your favorite tee! Soooo pretty!
    Juneli from Fashionably Yours

  11. I love that first outfit! So cute and creative. Never would have thought of doing it's all I want to do!


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