I am not sure about you guys, but one of my favorite parts about vacation is doing absolutely nothing. As I have alluded to before...we travel a lot. and most of our trips are quickies. I prefer the longer ones that are few and far between;)
We go on this trip with Wiki's parents every year and as such, we have done most of the "touristy" Miami stops and so this time it was enjoyable to take our time and revisit our favorite places. On our last night Duke happened to be playing Miami and since we are normally working the Duke games, it was nice to actually cheer. It was beautiful out, but somewhat chilly for Florida and this is the outfit I came up with to enjoy our only "just the two of us" date night of the trip.
I love the way the navy and the pink play off of each other. and I can honestly say that before pinterest, I probably never would've thought to pair the aqua and gold with these colors, but I love how they gave it an unexpected pop.
I am a sucker for cardigans and a lover of all things belt...there are so many different ways I can pair these pieces up. You may recognize the tank top from last week's WIWW post here and I am picturing pairing this navy cardigan with my striped bow top from this post...and I think a red belt and peep toe pumps will complete the look.
I found this cardigan at Saw Grass Mills at Burlington Coat Factory for $13, the tank was clearanced for under $3 at Target. The Skinnies came from Ross and were $5. The belt was $2.99 at NY & Co, the shoes were under $16 at Payless. The necklace is premier jewelry and I got it for a buck at a yard sale and I just picked these earrings up a few weeks ago via a living social deal at one of my favorite boutiques; Clothes Hound...If you get a chance check them out, they offer the cutest stuff and their prices are so reasonable! They have a flat rate shipping of $7 or it's free if you spend over a hundred.
and I can not say 'Thank You' enough for all the emails I received over the Infertility Prayer Project...at first I got a few comments from people and then over the weekend...the emails, they just kept coming! I am so grateful and humbled to hear your stories. So many friends from home wrote to tell me they had no idea, so many strangers wrote that someone had forwarded it to them at just the right moment...
So many of you moved me and I am so excited about the next few months. It still stands, if you or anyone you know has ever struggled with infertility, whether currently or in the past, please feel free to contact me. I will pray if you need me to and if you are interested in sharing your story, I still need people for May and June.. Your encouragement means more than you know. I love sharing and receiving positive words and thoughts.
If you want to know more, read this post...Infertility Prayer Project
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