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Summer Style: What I Wore in Niagara



Today I followed my own prompts, for once and am showcasing an outfit I wore on our trip to Niagara Falls.  When packing for our trip to Ontario, I purposely packed blue + paisley and showcased it with shorts.  This outfit was simple and comfy and I happily spent the day gallivanting in all of the 42 degrees of heat.




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  1. Living on Cloud Nine16 August, 2016 21:34

    Paisley Perfection!!! Love those shorts, you are so good at finding unique pants, shorts and skirts! Great taste!!

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  2. Super cute, those shorts are so pretty and fun - just like you!

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  3. Oh, summer clothes! Love how super comfy these are.

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  4. Okay, LOVE those shorts! Perfect outfit.

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  5. Those shorts are so fun. I picked up 2 patterned pair for vacation and can only hope I can pull them off.

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  6. These shorts are so fun!! Love them!!
    Jaymie

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  7. So cute! My summer style was tshirts and shorts! Haha

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  8. Those paisley shorts are amazing.

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  9. Look at those cute printed shorts! And digging the fun tassel necklace.

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  10. Those shorts are so cute! I am such a huge fan of printed shorts. I swear you can pair anything with them and look super put together no matter what the temperature is!

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  11. I love little details like a print or a fun necklace to make a comfy outfit super cute!

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  12. Fancy pants, err shorts! Love the little tassel necklace.

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  13. Love those shorts and the tassel necklace! Perfect for touring and having fun on vacation :)

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