Second Quarter Style: 2016

I really need to remember to take more pictures when I feel like I have a cute outfit on, even if it’s not carefully curated … only three for this update.

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Wore this to “Newsies” at the Denver Performing Arts Center.
Dress: Kohl’s
Cardigan, shoes: Target

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Travel outfit.
Shirt: Ann Taylor Outlet
Skirt: Skirt Sports
Shoes: Impo

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Outfit I wore to a wedding.
Dress: Skirt Sports
Necklace, earrings: Ann Taylor LOFT
Shoes: Impo
Sunglasses: Avon

Third Quarter Style: 2014

Summer is always fun for playing around with style and I was able to do so a bit. I had some outfits that I just forgot to take pictures of, but I managed with some others.

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Outfit for the Fourth of July. Skirt Sports headband, cheap dinosaur necklace, tank tops from J. Crew and Target, skirt from Express, shoes Anne Klein sport from Off Broadway Shoe warehouse.

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Random dress-up. Shirt from Forever 21, earrings from Target, shorts from Old Navy, Sofft shoes.

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Shirt from H&M, shorts, earrings and shoes from Target, Skirt Sports headband, Express bracelet.

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Sweater from the Gap, pretty much everything else (shoes, belt, shorts) is from Target.

Third and Fourth Quarter Style: 2013

With peak Ironman training hitting through the fall, I barely had time to eat and sleep, much less go out and dress up. Then, after the race, I was too happy hanging out and being lazy. As a result, not much to post here.

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Sometimes, style is always about confidence, and while this outfit is entirely workout clothes (race t-shirt, Skirt Sports skirt, Saucony compression socks, new Mizuno Wave Riders), I felt (and still do by looking at it) awesome in this outfit.

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Halloween (I’m on the left). Halloween costumes can hold a bit of style inherently. Shirt is homemade (thanks, Mom) and shorts are American Eagle from a few years back.

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In the holiday post, I forgot to mention that Brandon and I checked out the Denver Christkindl Market. Based on similar markets in Germany/Europe, the market takes up a bit of the 16th Street Mall every December. It sells authentic Bavarian food and crafts. I’ve been meaning to check it out for years so this year, we finally did. Shirt and skirt from Express, blazer from American Eagle, boots I don’t even remember anymore.