Pattern Mixing Challenge: Enjoying the sunny beach of Ocean City

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When: Sunday September 5, 2010

Yellow dress: Walmart
Striped cardi: Forever XXI
Brown belt: Madison (Panama)
Brown wedges: Payless Shoe Source
Olive Nine West purse: TJ Max

Where: Enjoyed the beach, ate out with my friends, and went to an amusement park!

Today is the last day of my pattern mixing challenge! I can't believe I made it through the week! In terms of today's outfit, I really like how this bold striped cardi looks with the subtle pattern of this yellow dress. I also wanted to add a little extra color so I went with the same olive purse as yesterday. All done! Did you like the pattern mixing challenge?
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We decided to spend most of the day just relaxing at the beach, it was such a pretty day!
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Although it was sunny and bright, the water was freeeeezziiingg, so I spent most of the day just lying on the sand and reading fashion magazines.
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I did however have enough time to bury my boyfriend under the sand... jajaja, he looked so funny!!
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After going to the beach, we spent the rest of the day at an amusement park! We had a wonderful time riding roller coasters and playing silly little games :)
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Have you ever been to Ocean City?

Here are all the ways in which I've worn this striped cardi:
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  1. I really liked your pattern mixing challenge. Sometimes mixing patterns just doesn't occur naturally to me when getting ready so it's awesome to see so many great ideas!!

  2. I'm so behind on reading blogs but I saw this and had to comment! I love it so much. The yellow and blue is awesome together. Beautiful colors and perfect pattern mixing!

  3. It looks like you had a great time!

    Burying your boyfriend is v funny! :D

    Love the yellow dress and stripey cardie!

    Sal xXx


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