Posted on June 1, 2014 by AnnieA Week in Review My last week subbing….we are ready for summer. Saturday – I wore lavendar cropped skinny jeans with a color blocked orange and lavendar shirt and tan gladiator sandals. This blogger had the same idea about color combinations. Sunday – Yellow and gray patterned maxi dress with silver sparkly belt and silver sandals – perfect for church and dinner with our new neighbors. Monday – I celebrated TCU being the BIG 12 champions in baseball. The regional playoffs are this coming weekend so expect more TCU purple. Tuesday – Blue floral patterned tunic from Boden (probably 3-4 years ago), black leggings, and sandals Wednesday – khakis, wedges, and a navy sleeveless, surplice, with ruching shirt – I have had this shirt forever and it’s very forgiving; I wore it all the time after I had Maggie who is now 3. Thursday – Cropped capris, black and white striped tank, turquoise cardigan, and black TOMS wedges Friday – Admist the Barbie explosion, I wore mint cropped skinny jeans, ivory button down blouse, nude skinny belt, and nude sandals. Later the girls thought I needed hats while I helped find the sprinkler leak which just means I yelled yes or no until I saw water gushing – talent. 🙂
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