C. Wonder Blouse c/o // Aeropostale Shorts c/o // Coach Sandals via Marshalls c/o (save, splurge) // Mimic Design Clutch c/o // Aeropostale Watch c/o (white version) // Oasap Sunglasses c/o (splurge) // Mimic Design Midi Rings c/o
Good morning! What a beautiful weekend! Shane and I rode around the neighborhood on our golf cart watching the kayak and duck races at the river and then ate lunch while listening to a band play. Then for dinner, we decided to head to Terrace which overlooks the Mississippi River. Yesterday, we drove to Mississippi to visit the Old Navy that has a maternity section, and I picked up a couple dresses to wear in the future along with this adorable item for the baby! Then his mom cooked an amazing dinner for us. We had such a nice, relaxing weekend, and I look forward to many, many more of them that do NOT involve doing schoolwork on my laptop all weekend. It was nice to say the least! How was everyone else's weekend?
Today I am wearing my absolute favorite new Coach sandals from Marshalls. I picked them up a couple weeks ago and have been wearing them nonstop. I love sandals, and my other brown pair had about been worn down to nothing. These will be perfect all spring and summer, and I can't wait to wear them with some pretty summer and maxi dresses too. They're perfect for adding some confidence to your look. They are cute, comfortable, and you know you got an amazing deal when you shop at Marshalls. Today, some other bloggers and myself are linking up today to show you our different confident looks from Marshalls. What's more confident than me being pregnant (and pale!) and wearing shorts and sandals (when all I wanted to put on was a t-short, shorts and flip flops?) = ) What do I do to feel confident? Curl my hair, put on some mascara, a bright colored top, a great pair of sunglasses and a favorite new pair of shoes. It's tough when I'm tired, but it ends up making me feel so much better! What do you think about this casual look? I have been living in almost every single one of these pieces with the temps rising higher and higher.