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For the Love of Spring

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Hey Luvs,

    Spring is gently approaching and I'm becoming so eager to enjoy it's moments of warm weather, bright colors and good times outside.  The absolutely best part about the spring season is breaking away from the wintertime's tights and wearing fun, flirty skirts.  My favorite skirt for any season is the full midi skirt. Take a look at my ten favorite spring skirts from yesterday's post. 

    This skirt from Eloquii was the perfect pre-spring pick me up that I needed.   A friend to all shapes, the midi is that one easy wardrobe piece that has tons of options and can work most body types. For instance, I'm very blessed in the lower half of my body.  The midi skirt compliments my hips and make my legs look...dare I say....Flawless. 


 To create this look, I decided to mix prints with my top from Ashley Stewart. This tribal print tank is sold out, but I did find something similar. I finished with my striped textured blazer from Belk's Crown and Ivy collection.  I've had this jacket for about a year so this item was also sold out, but Eloquii has one very similar.  As you may notice,  I'm still shopping my closet and feeling so impressed with what I have been finding.  Go Me Go!!!!
I completed the look with a vintage beaded necklace, straw clutch and nude pumps.


For information on this AMAZING mural behind me celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Voting Right March, see below.








Jacket: Crown and Ivy Belk's (Similar)| Top: Ashley Stewart (Similar)| Skirt:  Eloquii| Shoes: Unisa (Similar)| Accessories: Vintage 


Are you ready for Spring? What are excited to wear?

Something Extra!
There's alot of joy in my post today.  I'm so happy to be standing in front of this mural commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March. This is one of the many murals painted around the downtown area of my hometown, Montgomery, Alabama. When I first saw the artist prep for this mural a month ago, I had many questions; I wondered what was her vision?  How would she bring it all together?  What would the outcome be?  In my personal opinion the outcome is AMAZING!!!! See the entire process from start to finish here.   

Photo Cred: Dianna Paulk  Artist: Sunny Paulk

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