Sunday, September 29, 2013

What We Wore Sunday


This morning was...difficult. For a variety of reasons. And while I'm thrilled that we finally have a break from the sweltering, miserable, oppressive Louisiana heat, trying to herd two small children out the door in the pouring rain wasn't the easiest task in the world. Fortunately, I found this rockin' little tutu dress and headband for Alessandra a few weeks prior at the consignment store in Bossier City, and I was all too happy to dress principessa up this morning. I really think she's going to be a fashionista when she grows up. I mean, look at how happy she was in her little ensemble.
I get to go to Mass today? YEAH!!!!!



My outfit wasn't as exciting, and the picture is terrible. (Please excuse the flash and the unmade bed. As I said...it was a rough morning. And night. You may not be able to tell from the above picture, but Alessandra finally had a tooth poke through and all she wanted to do last night was nurse).
Pants: White House Black Market
White tank top: Motherhood Maternity
Blouse: Express
Shoes(I know, you can't see them): DSW

For more What I Wore Sunday, check out Fine Linen and Purple. Hope everyone has a great week!


11 comments:

  1. What a super cute baby! Sorry for the rough morning (and night). Hope the rest of the day is better!

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    1. Thank you! Both of my children are napping right now (ahhh, blissful silence!) so the day is already improving. :)

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  2. Your daughter is absoloutely adorable! And the top from Express is cute too!

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  3. Cutie patootie! And you my friend are looking awesome!! xo

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  4. Oh goodness that headband! She is just too cute :)

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    1. Thank you, Rosie! I have WAY too much fun with headbands and hats. :)

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  5. Look at that poor baby! You can see how much she misses her Nana!

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    1. She DEFINITELY misses her nana, and can't wait to see her again! (hint, hint!). ;)

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