March 18, 2013
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Citron Sweater

Here in Missouri, March is such a tease of a month. You’ll get a 70 degree sunny day followed by a 35 degree chill, so you have to be prepared for the warmth to come and go. I hate being cold, but, surprisingly I’m not much of a sweater person. It’s not that I don’t want to feel as snug as a bug in a rug (although it guess it depends on what bug they are talking about-ladybug, yes, cockroach, no), it’s just hard for me to find sweaters that I like. This year, however, I was able to snag a few sweaters that I love and this graphic citron sweater from Forever 21 was one of them.

Lucky Charlie is always dressed in fur so she’s all set for a cold snap, but since this week is going to ping-pong back and forth between 30 and 60 degrees, I’ll have to keep the snugly items handy for a bit longer.

Hope you are staying warm and dreaming of spring!

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15 thoughts on “Citron Sweater

  1. hooleywithaz

    from one midwestern gal to another, i feel ya on the cold weather. we got INCHES in minnesota today. i wear my brightest colors in the winter, makes it a little more bearable.

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  2. Monica

    I love the color of your new sweater, and the ampersand symbol is a nice touch.
    Ottawa weather is so misleading too. A few days ago we had sunny weather, sweater appropriate weather, but today I had to wear my parka and huge scarf to stay warm. That’s spring (well.. almost) for ya!

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  3. Tasha

    I so wish I could do that with my hair! I was aiming for it this weekend, but with my last disastrous trip to the hair-dresser it’ll be some time before I can do anything remotely that cool! I’m also like you. I’m not much of a sweater person. I prefer jackets, so come the colder weather I end up layering jackets and coats haha! xxx

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  4. teddi

    you look so pretty! i would look hideous if i tried to wear that color. oh, and your hair is gorgeous. we call the weather in texas schizophrenic because it changes every 5 minutes. 😉

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