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Fashion Friday- Mustard Yellow

I have a love for the color mustard yellow...it is so versatile and goes with so many colors and gives a rich bold look. I pared the sweater with my light blue denim shirt from Old Navy. I wore this shirt last Friday with my red shorts for my casual look at home. I get great satisfaction using a shirt mulitple ways...I am kind of on a quest to see how many different outfits I can create using this cute shirt.
Fashion Friday- Mustard Yellow
The tan and brown skirt is from H&M and is so comfortable and very reasonably priced less than $25.00!
Fashion Friday- Mustard Yellow
I am wearing my kitten heeled brown suede pumps..... I have had them for a few years, I wish I could remember where I got them.
My daughter is wearing such a fun bright colorful outfit..can you tell we love stripes?
Me just goofing around with "model" poses LOL
Do you like the mustard yellow color? What do you wear this color with?
Old navy light blue shirt
Karin
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5 comments:

  1. I have a mustard cardi like this one, from H&M and love to wear it with a navy & white striped top and my mid-blue jeans. Something about the stripes and the mustard just works!

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  2. You and your daughter are both absolutely adorable! I really love your outfit, too. I do love the color mustard, and own a mustard cardigan that I bought at J.Crew several years ago. The color is really quite versatile, and pairs well with many of the other items in my wardrobe.

    Hope you have a lovely weekend! :)

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  3. Thanks gals for your sweet comments and ideas! I love the blue and white striped idea!!
    Happy Friday!

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  4. I must admit, I have always steered clear of mustard yellow. But now that I see your outfit, I just might have to give it a go! Love how you layered your jewelry too. Thanks for linking up to the Be. You. tiful link party! :) Adrienne PS: Pinning!

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  5. I heart the sweater with the layers of necklaces!! Y'all are SO cute!!

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