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Fifty shades of purple

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Well, here it is: my Easter finery! I actually planned to wear something else on Easter Sunday, but I made a game-time decision for this outfit instead, mainly because it incorporated fleece-lined tights. #realtalk I can't even remember the last time I wore this dress, but I liked it a lot better this time around. (Look at those pleats! How cute!) I remembered it being way boxier than it apparently is, ha.

In other news, purple is my favorite color (surprise!), and boy, did I rock it for Easter!

My friend Piper and I always say "purple is a neutral" because we want to (and do!) wear it with everything! :)

My friend Piper and I always say "purple is a neutral" because we want to (and do!) wear it with everything! :)

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Coat: H&M (2011?)

Dress: Banana Republic (2012?)

Cardigan: Old Navy (2014)

Booties: Blowfish (2015)

Necklace: Loft (2014)

Watch: Target (2015)

Ring: Live and Conquer "Temple" ring (2015)

Tights: Target (2015?)

Bracelets: Lokai, and I have no idea about the wooden one!

Nail Polish: Zoya Magical Pixie Dust in "Arlo"

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This Old Navy cardigan is so boring, so basic, so perfect. It's soft, and I can throw it on with about a million outfits. Who could ask for anything more?! The plaid H&M coat might be one of my best buys ever. I scored it for $20 in August five years ago, and I still reach for it when I want to be a little dressy in the colder weather. And then my ring! It's the one I got at the Renegade Craft Fair in Chicago last fall, and I love it so so much. It's the only ring I wear every single day, aside from my high school ring! I linked to the shop on Etsy, but it doesn't look like this exact ring is available anymore. Rats! I will say that Cheyenne, the artisan, is awesome and actually made me this ring (the rose gold wasn't available in my size at Renegade) and then mailed it to me, so maybe she can work with you if you're interested in one of her pieces!

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