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Summer Style Challenge- the wrap up

It's the last summer style challenge post for this year.  As of now, I'm undecided if I will continue with the challenges.  I know for sure I won't do the Work Wear one next month, it's the fall challenge that I'll really have to think about.

So for this last week, in this gross, smoky weather, this is what I've worn:



OOTD 17: Graphic Tee + White Shorts + Striped Espadrilles- This was Canada Day and what better way to be as patriotic as Canadians do patriotic than by sporting my favourite Canadian team's shirt.  I have two outfits..one following the guidelines and then the other is what I actually wore.

OOTD 18: White dress + Necklace + Metallic Sandals- I just got this shirt dress from Winners on my date with my mom last week and I couldn't wait to wear it.  I even wore it out to the movies with Candace and Sara (Magic Mike XXL)...it was so comfy!

OOTD 19 : Flowy top + Boyfriend Shorts + Necklace + Wedges - Sarah and I have the same top and when I saw that she styled it last week, I knew I had to throw it in this week somewhere.  I wore this outfit all day, minus the wedges. 

OOTD 20: White tank + Lace Shorts + Wedges - Lace shorts are my thang, so I just wore my normal, boring shorts.  I loved this outfit and wore it most of the day.

OOTD 21: Maxi Dress + Metallic Sandals - I was feeling brave early in the day and thought it would be the perfect day to debut my floral romper, sans vest.  But it was cold, so I changed to my maxi and was quite happy wearing it.  

As I sit and write this post, realizing that I normally, at this point, would go into depth about one item, I can't find anything I really want to talk about.  And because it's the last summer challenge link up, I just want to go on the record saying that I had fun with this one, even though I was hesitant to sign up.  I think I enjoyed it because I felt comfortable with what works for me and wasn't feeling like I needed to buy something just because it was on the list.  I used the shopping list as a guide and decided what would look good on my body and/or suited my style.  I guess that's what the important part to me: finding what suits my body and my personality and going with it.

Short and sweet for today.  Come back Friday when the Style Me Bloggers talk their Summer Go-To Style....I have yet to figure out what is stylish about my go-to style.....yikes.


                            Shoes to Shiraz | R Squared | Two Teens and Their Mama 

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