This was the first full week that my husband has been at home with us since college ended for the summer. Oh how nice it has been! I was starting to feel like a single parent (my heart goes out to all of you amazing single parents!), especially while finals were taking place. The joke around our house is that my husband is going to get through college unless he drops over dead first. :/ Going to school for graphic design requires so much time doing homework, not in studying books but in spending hours and hours working on projects every night. I’m so looking forward to this summer and spending some wonderful family time together.
It is finally warming up, and actually getting quite hot here in Missouri! White skirts seem so fitting for warmer days. 🙂
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During the summer months I wear sandals to church almost every week. I practically live in sandals whenever I can!
I finally found some white sandals at Ross!
Classic, go with anything silver hoops!
My face is broke out from (I think) a makeup primer I started using this week. 🙁 Time to stop using that one! Any suggestions on a good, preferably natural makeup primer?
Later in the day we went over to a friends house and I quickly twisted my hair back to get it out of my face, and used a Daisy Dangle Freestyle x-small flexi clip to hold it back.
What I Wore
White Skirt – Zulily (from last year)
Blouse – Charlotte Russe brand (Thrift Store)
White Sandals – Purchased at Ross, similar ones here
Silver Hoop Earrings – Similar ones here
Daisy Dangle Flexi Clip- Lilla Rose
Just a touch of concealer, Southern Belle Cream foundation, blush and tinted lip gloss, all from Cowgirl Dirt.
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