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Leather Trimmed Black and Navy Blouse

Black and Navy Blouse

Navy and black can be a bit tricky. Don’t ya think? What’s even worse is when you can’t figure out if something is actually black or navy. I’ve been there holding up countless tops trying to figure it out in the morning just knowing that later in the day walking in the sun there’s a good chance that my black top isn’t going to really be black at all. Sigh…fashion problems. We’ll this Stitch Fix top is both, I’m happy to report. A black and navy blouse that works with so much! Perfect for today's...

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How to Wear Lightweight Layers for Spring

cuffed jeans look

I've always been a fan of layering and I'm talking layering for each and every season. Sure, it's easy to throw on a cute sweater over a plaid shirt in the winter, but it gets a little trickier to layer in the warm weather months. That being said, it's certainly not impossible. When you're layering in the spring and summer, you want to focus on lightweight layering pieces. That's just what we're talking about for Moms Do Spring Style today, lightweight layers for the season at hand. And once you've seen what we've been wearing,...

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Pretty Pastel Tunic in Breathable Fabric

Long sleeve tunic for the beach

I know what you are probably thinking. ANOTHER post from gorgeous Cancun. We get it Megan you went to Mexico, geesh. Ha! I promise this is my last outfit post featuring those gorgeous jewel toned waters. I mean who can resist that? I need to go again. Like right now. As you know, I'm having to cover up a little more right now from the harsh sun. I had a spot checked that had to be removed as pre-cancerous and I'm in full protection mode. Luckily there are so many fun ways to enjoy time...

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How to Style A Swim Shirt or Rash Guard

Style a Swim Shirt

For today's Moms Do Spring Style look, I wanted to share how to style a swim shirt or rash guard. I was a little reluctant to embrace them myself. As a true Florida girl, who misses year round sun, I just love soaking up those rays! The hotter the better! Unfortunately, my fair and freckled skin screams another story and doing my best to prevent sun damage and potential skin cancer is a bigger priority. So now I'm all about my swim shirts, especially for days like this one where I was on a boat...

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How to Wear Gladiator Sandals

glads

Once a trend, gladiator sandals are now a mainstay in both mine and Megan's spring and summer wardrobes. That goes double for metallic sandals thanks to their versatility. In fact, you might have caught the pair Megan rocked with her white frayed jeans look the other day. And since sandals weather is right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share a few more fun ways to wear them. Welcome to today's Moms Do Spring Style focus! Speaking of fun, make sure you head over to That Chic Mom to see what...

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The Perfect Pretty Poolside Coverup

Perfect Pretty Coverup

Feeling pretty and comfortable while walking around in a bathing suit is no easy feat. Maybe if you are a super model but if you're like me I'm more likely making sandcastles or prepping lunch and don't want it all hanging out, ya get me? Which is why I'm in love with this perfect pretty coverup to share with you for today's Moms Do Spring Style. And it's marked down super low! But before we get into all that, I want to remind you to make sure to enter our $150 Nordstrom Gift Card Giveaway AND...

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Moms Do Spring Style & Giveaway

Moms Do Spring Style

Today we are kicking off a series of Moms Do Spring Style. We’re excited to bring together looks that are fresh for the season ahead. Not to mention we have a great giveaway of a $150 Nordstrom Gift Card! Enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to kick-start your own spring wardrobe! What can be more Moms Do Spring Style than a resort ready look for a Spring Break trip?! My hubby and I just had our first kid-free vacation in five years. Yes, you heard me correctly, FIVE years! We kept calling it our own...

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