Kiss me - I might be Irish but probably not

Thursday, March 17, 2011
I wore green today...and yesterday. I think that makes me extra Irish...or it should. Heidi and I had the same idea for wearing our green today:  blue stripes on top and green on the bottom. It's like we have ESPN or something.
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I wore my flower necklace as a belt again because the other option was my boring brown belt, which I always seem to pair with my clogs. Typical!
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My brother just got back from a Mormon mission in Spain a couple weeks ago and is coming to visit us for a few days. It's going to be food-tastic! I guess we'll go to museums or something cultured like that too...
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I'm wearing a JCPenney tan trenchcoat (free with gift cards), Old Navy striped shirt ($4), handmade green skirt from a curtain using this tutorial ($2), handmade flower yellow necklace with this tutorial ($3), and Target clog sandals (gift from my in-laws) with a JCPenney black bag (free with gift cards).
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18 comments :

  1. I love that shirt! Longish short sleeves, stripes and a pocket? That's awesome!

    North Meets South

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  2. When I told someone I had ESPN, they explained to me that it's not ESPN and blah, blah, blah... and I cried inside. Because Mean Girls is the best teen movie of the last decade....

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  3. haha, espn. how funny. :) the stripes do look great with this skirt though!

    cute & little

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  4. LOL, I had to settle for a tie with a little green in it to avoid getting pinched today. And a green jacket, but I couldn't wear that around the office. That will be great having your brother visiting. I hope you all have a wonderful time.

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  5. I hope you have a great time with your brother!
    My Heart Blogged

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  6. I didn't wear green today. Oopsie. Your skirt looks brown on my monitor... but I bet it looked great.

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  7. love the mixing of fabrics!

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  8. totally jealous of that shirt!! it looks so comfy and fun. and summery. ;)

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  9. Everytime you wear that coat I want it more...

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  10. You know that link stuffing on your images is not cool, right?

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  11. Cute outfit. Love your coat!
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  12. Love the eccentric-ness of this outfit! Very daring and bold. You're always so cute!

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  13. The skirt looks brown in my monitor also. But seeing how you said it looks green I bet it looks awesome with the striped shirt.

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  14. espn. ha. we rae definitely on the same wavelength. and thanks for the shout out. i love seeing my name in print. my blog narcissism is rampant.

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  15. Love the striped shirt...so summery and nautical! I love the pairing of all the different patterns, it works so well and is so uplifting!


    Erica

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