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Recent Spring Styles

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We have a ups and downs in temperatures here in Connecticut. I’ve gone from wearing to jeans one day to a swimsuit the next. Be ready for anything 🙂

Some recent jean styles:

Actual swimming in the pool hasn’t happened much so I’ve been sporting my swimsuits with a t-shirt and I’m liking the look of the combo. With three kids it’s functional.

Swimsuit with t-shirt styles:

Queen t-shirt (On Sale! icon), ModCloth swimsuit (mine is years old); More Love t-shirt is super old from Target, Amazon swimsuit, Anthropologie hat

And one date night look:

Cheers to almost summer!

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Three Ways To Wear A Gold Summer Tank

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I am a fan of Madewell clothing and when I saw this tank top on Zulily (here) I knew I could make several outfits out of it immediately.

I posted a style video of the three looks on my YouTube channel: Momma Wanderer.

Outfit 1: Madewell shorts, Nike sneakers

Outfit 2: Vince Camuto leggings, Madewell healed mules (Similar icon)

Outfit 3: Anthropologie skirt, Tory Burch sandals (Other colors icon), French Baskets bag

I will certainly be wearing the gold skirt outfit in Jamaica soon 🙂

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Style, Travels

Where To Pick Your Own Tulips in Connecticut

May 2021, the first time I’ve ever picked my own tulips at a tulip farm! This is exciting stuff for me. Wicked Tulips Flower Farm in Preston was the destination and I congratulate them on their first year having the farm here in Connecticut for us to enjoy. Check them out here: Wicked Tulip Flower Farm.

My polka dot dress is from T.J.Maxx, Winnie The Pooh t-shirt is from 1953 Designs (use code Janice15 for a discount!), Salt Water sandals from ModCloth, thrifted hat.

Have you ever been to a tulip farm?