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Weekly Outfit Summary

These three outfit are from the last couple of weeks. I missed posting last week because Jeremy and I were out of town; you can see pictures from our trip to NYC here. I had plans to write up and schedule posts while we were away but life got a bit too busy - major props to all the bloggers who can plan ahead.


necklaces: gift/f21, shirt: old navy, pants: gap, shoes: old


This is the only outfit picture I got while in NYC, we attended a friends wedding. I planned on taking pictures of the rest of my travel outfits as well but it rained a lot while were there and truthfully even on the sunny days taking pictures just didn't cross my mind. 

dress: anthropologie, earrings: nashville souvenir, bracelets: target/diy, shoes: dsw

And just because I think he's hot, here is what my date my wore



dress: old navy, belt: thrift, bracelet: target, shoes: florence souvenir  

Want more? Check out these link parties to see lots of other ladies having fun with their clothes: Watch What I'm WearingSunday Style,  Monday MingleStyle Sessions, What I Wore Wednesday, and Dress for the Day. 

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  1. I saw an elf tree on Pinterest that links back to your blogs main page but I have been able to find the post. Can you please share the link to it?

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  2. Great outfits!! That Anthro dress is stunning on you.

    Thanks for linking up with Style Sessions!

    Lauren xx
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  3. cute outfits!

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  4. Love the denim top and the orange dress so very much! It's hard to plan posts ahead of time though, but sometimes it makes life easier.

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