Playful Pastels

Happy Wednesday love. Yes! The weekend is half way through. Hope it isn’t treating you too badly. So let me just say, that I sort of still at times…dress like a 5 year old little girl. It’s no secret that I love the color pink, but aside from that, I love all bright colors. This outfit is one that I wore over the weekend. I LOVE this sweater. I saw it in the window of American Eagle while shopping at the outlets a few weeks ago. It’s super soft and the colors are so cheerful. I paired it with this lavender high low skirt that is so feminine it makes me weak in the knees. This tree behind me is GORGEOUS. It’s randomly planted on the side of our house and we just so happened to walk by it and see the amazing little berries growing on it. I only wish I knew what it was AND that it wasn’t hiding on the side of the house. Hope you like this one…

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My husband snapped this of me while drinking coffee, my happy cup. 🙂

until next time,

stay cute, stay sweet.

xoxo,

marcy b

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9 comments

  1. I’m loving the colours! 🙂

    1. Thanks me too! Really makes me happy 🙂 thanks for reading

  2. I really like that sweater 🙂

    1. Thank you! It is as comfy as it is pretty! xo

  3. I am loving pastels for fall!

    1. Thanks, I love pastels, ALL the time LOL

  4. Your background complements your outfit so nicely. I especially like the bright knit sweater with those killer earrings! Gorgeous 🙂

    1. Thank you so much! I knew that tree would fit perfectly with my outfit. 😀 xoxo

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