Tuesday, May 24, 2011

My Sunday Best: Birthday Cardigan

I’m easy.

To buy for that is.

I believe.

Whenever it is gift time for me, my dear ones ALWAYS buy me such fabulous stuff!

“Oh my gosh! I love this! It is totally me!”—is close to what I say after opening each gift. With complete sincerity.

For instance this birthday gift from my Momma….

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It’s pink. It has ruffles. And it’s a cardigan! Totally me.

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I was so happy to wear it on Sunday, before it got too warm.

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I recruited my usual photographer—my three year old. Look closely in the reflection. You can see us reviewing the shots. He takes it quite seriously.

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And he enjoys taking shots when Mommy’s not ready, yet they turn out kinda cool.

I was putting away all my birthday gifts after my party, (Yes there was cake—German Chocolate. And yes, I blew out my candles!) and pondering why it is that I get such great stuff for gifts. Basically, why I’m so easy! And I came up with a theory…

which I’ll share another day, cause it’s that deep…not really. 

As for this outfit here are the particulars:

Guess Shoes, Ross; Skirt, Kohl's; Cardigan, Old Navy; White Tee, Old Navy; Necklace, gift from husband; Flower Hair Clip, Lap of Luxury.

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Lap of Luxury said...

Such a cute cardigan. And you know I love the shoes!

Stacy said...

super cute!

Laura said...

I must say that I LOVE your cardigan, and I just really love your whole outfit! I also love pink, ruffles and cardigans!

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