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Monday, October 5, 2015

Cute Outfit of the Day: Baby Shower Dress

Ann Taylor dress: thrift $7
vintage earrings: thrift $3
shoes: thrift $4
Total Cost $14

Happy Monday Everyone! Today I'm feature a super classy Ann Taylor dress that I thrifted a few weeks ago! It is made of a cotton stretch material and has a empire waist so even though it's not a maternity dress I thought it would work well as one! This is actually what I'm thinking about wearing for our baby shower next month. I always pictured that if I ever decided to have kids that I would wear a black dress to the baby shower. Not sure why- maybe a bit because of my rebellious nature and a bit because it just is so classy! Actually when I got pregnant I told my husband that I was thinking about only wearing black for the next 9 months! I have been wearing a lot of black but I've branched out a quite a bit too! 

Over the weekend my husband and our best friends, Joshua and Alicia Miller went to Ikea in West Chester, Ohio which is about an hour and a half away. On a side note, I'm so excited that we are getting our own Ikea in Columbus, Ohio in 2017! I can't wait! We had such a fun day with them, as we always do, and got all the major stuff we need for the nursery- crib, dresser/changing table, and a rug! Let the assembly begin! I'm actually pretty handy and I enjoy it so that's going to be my project for today!
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Friday, October 2, 2015

Thrifty Finds Friday

I hit up Volunteers of America on Tuesday for their half price day (last Tuesday of every month). I got all of this for under $15!
Forever 21 lace dress $1.50
Old Navy maternity t-shirt $1
Cherokee denim shirt $2
I have a ton of denim shirts but I am always in search of a better one! 

And of course I picked up a few things for baby boy:
 Healthtex sweatshirt $1
 Baby Gap onesie $.50
 Carters onesie $1
 Chaps plaid shirt $2
 Calvin Klein gingham shirt $2
 Cherokee $1
 Adidas sweatshirt $1
 books .$.25, $.25, $.25, $.50

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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Cute Outfit of the Day: An Incredible Neckline

 Blue Juice dress: Ohio Thrift $2
earrings: had these forever! Forever 21; I think $5
Target shoes: thrift $4
Total Cost $11

week: 24 (picture taken week 23)

The first thing that attracted me to this dress was the incredible neckline, of course! Then I noticed it had an empire waist which is perfect for dressing the baby bump and I was sold! I echoed the feather print with my feather earrings. I wore this out to dinner with my hubby and he loved it! 

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