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These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things - Oh Polyvore

As if I needed another obsession, I was admittedly Facebook stalking the other day, and courtesy of my dear friend Hannah @ Grounded Parenting, I started playing with a website called Polyvore.  Ay ay ay, it has become an addiction quickly.  I do not dress this way, or find clothes to be particularly important in my life, but I do love creating.  This allows me to do so!  Bringing colors and prints together IS something I love, and whether or not I do this on my own body is a totally different story!

The looks I have put together below are all soft and have pops of color that I love.  I would absolutely wear all of these outfits.  What is most important to me is that an outfit really speak of a person's personality, and somehow these clothes represent mine!  Simple and basic, yet fun and cozy.

So take a moment to scroll through these 3 outfits, and let me know what you like best!  I have a few favorite items, but you will have to ask to find out what they are :) 




I love soft materials and solid colors.  My pops usually come in accessories or shoes.  While I like to joke around and describe my style as boring, I really love the way I dress most of the time. 

I hope you love what you see! 

Thanks for humoring me on this silly little outfit post, trust me, it won't be my last!

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  1. Those are so cute. I like your style. I'm glad it won't be your last outfit post :)

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