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Sweater: GAP

Jeans: Old Navy

Booties: Vince Camuto — similar here

Earrings: Lia Sophia — similar here

Necklace: gifted

Nails: Essie Repstyle

Where: errand running

Why:  I had been searching for pieces just like this since a Piperlime ad that paired tan and red orange together — I love the pairing!  And amazingly, both pieces are major steals from the after-Christmas sales.  I got this sweater from GAP, on sale with a coupon, for less than $2.  And these pants were the same thing — on sale for $13.50, with a $10 off coupon, $3.50.  Wahoo!

In other news, how cute is this necklace?  I know it’s cheesy given my profession, but I love pretty much any piece of jewelry that involves a camera.  Would you wear jewelry that matches what you do for a living?



Okay, I know Christmas is over, but the lime in this candle makes it acceptable, in my book, to leave out until spring.  My favorite Christmas candle is Mistletoe from Yankee Candle, but this new Pinecone & Lime scent is mixes two of my favorite things and I cannot get enough of it!


I’m also loving Oreos.  More specifically, the Oreo ice cream my husband made with these Oreos that we ate up too quickly for me to get a picture of.  Whoopsie…



Essie Repstyle!  Have you tried any magnetic nail polishes!?  This is the first one I’ve tried, and I LOVE the pattern it creates.  It took a little getting used to, but once I got the hang of using the magnet it worked well, and the results look like they took way more time than they did.  Full review post coming with my tips for using the magnet!

What are you thankful for this week?

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nye threeCardigan: Express, old – similar here

Tank Top: Express, old – similar here

Leggings: ASOS

Booties: Guess

Hair Bow: Target, old – similar here

Cuff: JcPenney, old – similar here

Earrings: Kohls

Nail Polish: OPI Stay the Night

Lip: MAC Rebel

Where:  Out for New Year’s Eve!

Why:  The end of the year is always super busy for Ross’s job, so we decided to have a low key New Year’s Eve.  We went to Les Miserables, which we both loved, and out to Noodles and Co for supper.  It’s one of our favorite places to eat.  Even though our plans weren’t that exciting I decided to dress up a little bit anyway, but wanted to be comfy in the theater.  These leggings were just perfect!  I was so excited when I found them a few months ago because I love the look of leather leggings, but not the price tag.  These rubberized ones look enough like leather to please me, and I got them for $30 with a coupon code!  I wore booties with them because I knew I could kick them off once we were seated, but wearing heels always makes leaving the house feel more special.

I hope you all had a fabulous New Year’s Eve!  What did you do?  What did you wear?