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Enough with the shoes already...

It's the most wonderful time of the year! OPENING DAY WEEK...baseball is back and I'm one happy camper.  Not only does ball season give me an opportunity to cheer for my team, but I can happily bring down the sweaters/t-shirts/jerseys for game day. My go-to ball inspired outfit are sneakers, denim and a ball shirt.  Here's what I wore this week- wait I did wear other things which is super exciting because there's no snow and I can break out the fun shoes. But that's another post.  Back to the regularly scheduled program :





The shoes are new from my trip to Edmonton, le ooops....but come on, bowties and sneakers call my name.  I swear, I'm done with the shoes for awhile.  It's also nice that these are super comfy- I even went for a walk in them for exercise and they were just like my runners, which I had forgot at home. Also, perhaps I need to hem my jeans.  I may attempt to do my own trendy low-high rough hem on these as they are cheap Calvin Klein jeans from Costco. Gasp.  Yes, sometimes I buy clothes from Costco.



Baseball season brings me so much joy...not only the watching of my fave team, the Jays, but also of my kids and all the sunflower seeds and a wonderful excuse for a hotdog roast.  Which, by the way, we're doing tonight.  Go, Jays, Go!




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  1. Living on Cloud Nine04 April, 2017 22:40

    Keep those shoes coming girl! So cute! I was definitely thinking of you and Shaunacey this week as I know you love your Jay's girl! Such a fun look!

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  2. LOVE the opening week of baseball. It is always the ultimate sign that spring has sprung.

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  3. I remember cutting my jeans to get the frayed hem in grade 8. Or cutting your jeans into shorts! I had these black faded guess jeans that I remember fondly cutting and eventually giving to Corey D. Totally off topic....

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  4. No!!! never stop buying shoes :) I have bought jeans from Costco before too, don' t knock costco, hehe. I love your love for your Jays...so you going to come visit us?

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  5. You're the first person I thought of when baseball started this week. I'm swooning over those shoes.

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  6. So I don't currently have a reason to celebrate baseball season, but back in high school I was a baseball "manager". Which was basically following all the boys around with their stuff, haha. But it brings back fond memories, I loved watching the games! I'm excited for my boys to get into baseball!

    Brooke
    Pumps and Push-Ups

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  7. Those shoes are so cute! I just picked up a similar pair in blush. I'm so excited baseball season is here too!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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  8. I love super cute sneakers- these are so fun!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  9. Yay! Go Dodgers :)

    Shauna

    www.lipglossandlace.net

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  10. Oh the bows on your shoes are so cute! What a nice little touch they add to your casual outfit :)

    Hope you're having a great end to the week with a lovely weekend ahead!

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  11. Yay for baseball! And omg I need those shoes in my life

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  12. Definitely my fave part of an outfit

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  13. lol- I was hoping the Jays played the Dodgers so I could have an excuse to go there.

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  14. muahhahaha, gotta get back to a Jays vs. Mariner's game. Actually they play there on Lucia's bday weekend.

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  15. It's so much fun when the kids get into it.

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  16. You and blush .... totally made for you.

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  17. No. It's near Tampa about 4 hours southwest of me. We used to live in Tampa 17 years ago. Is that where they have spring training?

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