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Hey Neighbors!

How many of you are looking forward to spring?  I am!  I enjoy winter, but spring and fall are my favorite times of the year.  I just love getting back outside and getting active in our garden, taking walks again.  Another thing I like is I get to wear different clothing!  I am not all bundled up against winter weather and you can actually see what I am wearing!

I personally love sweaters and capes!  So, when I was given a chance to choose an item from Downeast Basics I jumped at one of their sweaters!  It is a gorgeous Canal Blue, Dallop Cardi.  Simply stunning!  It has a chiffon flower applique on the front, and is a classic button front sweater.  Light weight, and perfect for those spring mornings with a slight breeze, or small nip still in the air.  Or perhaps an evening stroll with that special someone!  This Dallop Cardi could be both casual or dressy, depending on what outfit you decide to pair it with.  It is also available in Bungee Cord.  A unique name for a beautiful color!

Downeast Basics has so much to choose from.  My two oldest daughters love to browse their site.  I know one of them has her eye on the Kickback Cardi.  So, as you start to think about your spring wardrobe, be sure to keep Downeast Basics in mind.

One neighbor will receive one item from the new arrivals from Downeast Basics.  US only.

Disclosure:I did not receive any monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a sweater for review purposes.  All quotes are from the website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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ShellyH said…
I would love the falling petals tee in the beautiful canal blue color.

Ravish30 at aol dot com
Joanne said…
I like the Chic and Shiny top.
jednc @ hotmail .com said…
I like the

Darlene said…
I like this cardigan
andrea v said…
Coolestmommy said…
Pinned it at:

coolestmommy2000 at gmail dot com
April G said…
I pinned the Cascading Tunic:
April G said…
I'm following you on G+ as April G.
Missy L said…
I really like the Oceanfront Dress in blue
Patricia N said…
I like the Reunion Skirt in green
PMNSL95 at triad dot rr dot com
Unknown said…
I am loving the Book Club Dress, the print is perfect for spring!
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