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Flowy in Florals!

Heels- Zara (Similar), Dress- New York & Company (SimilarSimilar), Necklace- Gift (Similar), Bag- Chanel (Love).

Hello, hope you are having a good week.  I was going through TV channels the other day and remembered a bloggers post weeks ago where she mentioned something about how sad it is that more people know all the Kardashians names but do not know more important information.  I could not agree with that more.  I think as a generation, we care so much about celebrities, especially the overnight ones, we know what is going on in the lives of each kardashian member (Kortney divorcing, Caitlyn Jenner, Kylie dating Tyga, Khloes finalized divorce, now Lamar being hospitalized sadly etc), but most of us do not know of the Syrian refugee issues, political turmoil which was in Burundi, Liberia being declared ebola free etc.  I think it is ok to know about entertainment news but to also be educated and exposed to other important issues globally.

Anyway about this look, I simply added black sandals, a black bag, and a different belt to this floral flowy long maxi dress with a slit.  I love maxi dresses because I think they are covered up, yet sexy and feminine. Thanks for reading! 

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Hello! So I was sunscreen shopping yesterday since I just recently started consistently wearing it.  I never wore sunscreen although knowing it's importance especially being in the medical field.  I guess I never did for several reasons but one being the idea that darker skinned, don't need it as much which is false, and I knew.  Yes I might not sunburn as easily as my fair skinned friends, but darker skin can still get skin cancer or other sun caused skin damage. Because it's difficult for me to remember putting on moisturizer and a sunscreen separately, I choose to use a moisturizer with sunscreen already in it and would advise you to do same if like me and wear it year round.

With this look, I decided to pair a more casual T-shirt with this feminine flared skirt.  Although the T-shirt is casual and the skirt is not, I think the playful writing on the shirt "pop the champagne" and the girly skirt ties together.  Usually I'd keep the look in black and white, but I decided to add the red accents with the heels, necklace and bag just to add a pop of color.  Thanks for stopping by!

Photography: DeMoise Photography
Skirt- Express (Similar), T-shirt- T& J Designs (Here), Bag- Michael Kors (Here), Heels- Jessica Simpson/Dillards (Here), Necklace-old (Similar).
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