Easter: Outfit of the Day

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For everyone who celebrated, did you have a good Easter? I sure did seeing my family, friends and being able to praise God – He is Risen! at church and while watching the first episode of A.D. But you’re probably most interested in my outfit because lets be honest – who doesn’t love putting on a new dress for Easter?

Since I hadn’t been shopping since getting sick, I was fortunate enough to have this gorgeous purple tunic/dress (gift from HW and KW) from Pretty Angel/818 Fashion (c/o Zulily).
I teamed the tunic/dress with a leather mini skirt and some black tights and black court shoes from Jessica Simpson (c/o Off-Broadway Shoes).
What I love best about this dress/tunic are the beautiful rosette aplica and sheer 3/4 sleeves – it is a dress that can translate well from autumn to winter to spring.
A few details everyone needs to know (some might be deal breakers):
The clothes are made in China.
Clothes need to be either hand washed or dry cleaned.
I teamed my outfit with a favorite white leather Onna Ehrlich hobo bag that I love because it can hold a LOT of stuff – I mean, an incredible amount – and a favorite pair of oversized purple Armani Exchange sunnies.
My simplistic makeup involved a blue pencil eyeliner from Maybelline and an Estée Lauder lippy.
Again, hope everyone had a fab Easter weekend!
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  1. Akshay

    May 11, 2017 at 5:46 am

    Mother’s Day is celebrated for our family most special person our mother. Mother is a god gift for all people in the world. Every son/daughter is celebrated Mother’s Day for their mother; they express their feelings, love, and joy with their mom. wishesquotes.org/ Mother’s Day is celebrated in all over the world on different days; it means Mothers Day Date is not same in all over the world. In most countries, Mother’s Day is celebrated second Sunday of month May. Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908 when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. St Andrew’s Methodist Church now holds the International Mother’s Day Shrine.

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