A 4th of July Inspired Outfit

If any of you readers have been following me on social media (links below the post if you haven’t!), it would come to no surprise to you that I have had a rather busy past few months. For those of you who don’t know why it has been so busy, or don’t follow me on social media it is because of one reason: I’m pregnant! At 5 months along, you could say that life has been a huge change in direction for me lately, but that doesn’t mean that I’ll stop bringing you all blog posts! Today’s post happens to be 4th of July themed! 

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The 4th of July has always been a holiday where myself and fellow Americans take the time to celebrate our freedom and independence with barbecues, beaching, boating, fireworks, and even an alcoholic beverage or two (or more). Forgoing the alcohol this year, I decided to celebrate in my own way with this adorable red, white, and blue outfit! 

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How cute is this red pencil skirt?! Though it took some shimmying and squeezing due to my baby bump, I managed to fit into it despite being 5 months along!

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**OUTFIT DETAILS**

Shirt: old (similar here, featured here) // Skirt: H&M (old, similar here) // Shoes: JCPenney (featured in many other blogs posts, I’m obsessed with them!) // Sunnies: Victoria’s Secret PINK (old, also featured here and similar here) // Scarf: old (cute options here and here) // Clutch: old (also featured here, cute option here

Thanks for reading!!

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