Sunday, February 20, 2011

Four times the Love

day fourteen outfit

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I am one lucky girl on Valentine’s Day because I have four boys who all want to give me love. {One is really a man, but you wives out there know what I mean ;) }

This year my Valentine’s gift was a tube of Fuchsia Lip-gloss (worn in photos) and a sweet sticky note from my hubby. I love it!

I’m not a bring me flowers kind of girl. Does that surprise you? I mean, I’m not going to hand back a bouquet of flowers should you choose to give me one; but really, if they are being bought as an obligatory gesture, just use the cash for something else for me like earrings, shoes, or just more chocolate!! 

My husband’s gift was a mouse for his laptop, because he keeps stealing my hot pink one. 

That’s amore.

Outfit Particulars: Gold Shoes, Target; Skirt, Target; Shirt, Old Navy; Belt, NY&CO; Bracelets, JC Penny; Necklace, gift.

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3 comments:

Melody's Voice said...

Love the red belt and the gray skirt. It looks comfy but stylish at once. I agree on the chocolates over flowers!

Claire said...

Love the red belt!!! I've been "needing" one of those! Really like your blog!

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Rachel said...

This outfit is great. I love it. It's like you are not remixing. Also I like that you have 4 valentines. I have two and only one is a man the other is just darn cute!

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