What We Wore

Welcome to another What We Wore Wednesday!

Once I became a mom it became a little more difficult for me to get “dressed” each day. The easy, most comfortable outfit is the staple yoga pant and t-shirt combo, which I still frequent often, but after a while of feeling sluggish and “blah” I decided to start putting a little more effort into myself.  Doing so has made me feel more accomplished in a day (because sometimes that is ALL I can do with our two munchkins) and I even feel better, too. Plus, I want to look GOOD for my hubby!

I also want our little giblets to look nice, but even those kiddie clothes can add up. So, I am also sharing where I shop for them as well as what discounts are currently available.  

Side note– We are currently in Potty Training mode, so Cal has been in undies and in the nude quite a bit, so I’ll spare you that!

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Top- Nordstrom

Blue skinnies- Old Navy

Ankle booties- Old Navy (30% off)

Necklace- Groopdealz.com

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Lace top- Forever21

Long tank- Buckle

Boyfriend shorts- Target (these are THE shorts I am wearing ALL summer!)

Flats- Target

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Top- Maurices

Long tank- Buckle

Boyfriend shorts- Target

Gold flats- Old Navy

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Wrap blouse- Gap

Long tank- Buckle

Skirt-Wet Seal


Necklace- Jenny Masa

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Romper- Old Navy (on clearance!)

Gold sandals- Gymboree (50% off)

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Maxi dress- Target

Gold Toms- Zulily during their 40% off Toms sale

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Dress- Jelly the Pug (from Zulily)

Mini wedges- Gymboree


Current discounts and deals 

Old Navy– If you’re a cardholder you can save 30% in store and online with code STUFFSAVE and without a card save 20%.

Target– Up to 30% off for the whole fam.

Nordstrom– Anniversary Sale is still going on!

Gap-30% off with code PERK

Forever21- Up to 20% off


Thanks for stopping by!

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