Dressed Down Easter

I had an idea of what I wanted to wear for Easter. You know, a nice, springy dress or something like that. Then I was just too tired. Too tired to be dressed up in a fancy dress or anything like that. So, comfort and being casual won this time around. We spent the afternoon at my in laws house, so I didn’t feel the need to be super dressed up!

I love these pants from Old Navy, not only because they are comfortable, but because I can totally dress them up or down (and because I am wearing a size smaller than I was in this post….GO ME.). I can’t wait to wear these with my plain white tee (again) and my Chuck’s! You all know how much I love versatile pieces!

These Old Navy D’Orsay flats (in sand) were such a great purchase. Because of the light, neutral color they go with so much. Just be careful, because they show the slightest bit of dirt!

Outfit Details:

Jacket: Target (similar) /// Shirt: Target /// Pants: Old Navy /// Shoes: Old Navy /// Bag: Target /// Bracelets: Target, Target (similar) /// Necklaces: Stella and Dot (similar), c/o Julie Vos, Brin and Bell /// Photos: Photography Layne Studios

Before I end the post, I have to send some special anniversary love to my husband! Today we will celebrate our 9 year wedding anniversary! Can’t believe its been 9 years since the best day of my life!! I would do it all over again, in a heartbeat!!


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5 Comments

  1. Amy Savini
    April 23, 2014 / 3:48 pm

    Happy Anniversary 🙂

  2. Andrea Darst
    April 23, 2014 / 4:22 pm

    Happy Anniversary! We're celebrating our 10th this winter!

  3. Because of Jackie
    April 23, 2014 / 6:18 pm

    Oh, wedding pictures! Is it a surprise that you and I have sort of identical wedding dresses? Creepy? or twins…AGAIN;)

  4. Marisa (http://alovelyliving.com/)
    April 24, 2014 / 2:20 am

    Happy Anniversary!!! I loved your wedding!

  5. Jennifer Smith
    April 24, 2014 / 11:41 am

    Happy anniversary!!!! <3

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