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Pretty In Pink - Fashionable and Affordable

Hey neighbors,

How have y'all been?
I've started pulling out all my sweaters and cozy Fall outfits and even though Fall isn't officially here I may or may not have had several Pumpkin Spice coffees from Starbucks... :)  How how many of you all are excited for Fall to finally be here?

For my outfit today, I am sharing something that isn't technically 'Fall' but I'm going to be wearing it in a few weeks to a convention my sisters and I are going to.

For my jewelry I went with pearls (always classy) I believe my earrings are from Kohls, my necklace was given to me by one of my sisters and my ring is from a shop in Pigeon Forge, TN called Smoky Mountain Knifeworks (they mostly sell knifes and guns but had a cute jewelry section).

The rest of my outfit is from Kohls.  (I shop there WAYY too much!)

My top is Apt. 9. I'm a big fan of tunic tops and I just love the lace design on the shoulder of these ones.  I actually have another one the exact same style but in black.

My skirt is Lauren Conrad(LC) and I adore the ruffles and design of this. it is one of my absolute favorite pieces of clothing! On a totally different note you have to check out some of Lauren Conrad's new Fall clothing collection that just released.  Some of the pieces are stunning!

And lastly the the shoes.  These are Candies.  My favorite part of these is the glittery/glam look, but the little bows make the shoes!

Thanks so much for reading along! I also have a question for all you readers...  as you can see I just put my hair up in a messy bun while taking photos for this, what do y'all think would be a good hairstyle for this outfit?  Whichever hairstyle has the most votes will get used and I'll post pictures after I wear it in a few weeks. 



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