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Style Me Challenge is back!

This is will be a short recap as we've only had a couple days of outfits, but we're back with weekly linkups for the next 3ish weeks whilst we're being styled by Alison.

I can't believe I almost didn't do this challenge.

But then my mom wanted to and Christy was asking and then the Style Me Bloggers were humming and haaing and I'm pretty sure because of Shaunacey's cute belly and hormones, we all hopped on the band wagon.  Well, more or less because of that.
Nonetheless, here we are and this is how I interpreted the outfits.  I didn't have to buy anything this go around. WOW!!!!

Monday: Bright Jacket, Grey T, Camo Jeans, Long Necklace, Bright Flats






 I may have changed outfits at supper so that Willis and I could celebrate the Jays' home opener.  Sadly they didn't win, but at least I looked cute?





Details: Yellow jacket- old Joe Fresh. (Similar- in stores/online now) Yellow flats- old Spring. (Super cute other option) (or these) Camo leggings- old Simons.  Grey T- old Simons.

Tuesday: Cardigan, Striped Dress, Hoop Earrings, Long Necklace, Wedges



Outfit details: Jacket- old Joe Fresh, (Similar) Striped Dress- old Kersh from Sandbox in the City, Leggings- Hue , black flats- Lord & Taylor from the Bay. (pick these- so comfy!!!)




And again, I'm happy to be teaming up with some other great (and stylish) bloggers for our weekly recaps.  Check out what they're wearing and make sure you come back Friday for a Stylish Style Me Bloggers Linkup and a giveaway.  A little shopping money never hurt anyone...
Shoes to Shiraz | R Squared | Two Teens and Their Mama |
Confessions of a Frumpy Mommy | A Lovely Little Wardrobe |
Mishaps and Mayhem of Solitary Life | Puppies and Pretties | Daily Style Finds |
Making the Most of Everyday | She Thought She Could | Foxy's Domestic Side |
Quilty Joy Joy | Curls and Cardigans | Once Upon a Time and Happily Ever After |
My Running Stitches | From Plaid to Pearls | Stashed Blog | X-tremely V |
 A Little Bit of Cheer | Nick and Nik

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