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Welcome to Annie Rose Clothes, where I share a look into my personal style and hope to inspire others to express themselves through style.

     

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


    

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


    

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


    

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


     If you haven't figured it out by now, blue is my favorite color. There's something about it that seems to go with everything and as it's a shade away from black, I think it provides that same classic effect that black does. I don't discriminate against any shade of blue and when it's an option for something, I always gravitate toward it. It's been that way for as long as I can remember, and recently I've made a conscious effort to try other colors. You can see here that my effort failed.   When I saw this pretty little floral BLUE dress I knew it was the perfect option for all of my spring events. From weddings, to showers, to Easter - the one hits all the marks. I styled it with leather open toe booties to add a little edge but will definitely wear it with heels or wedges for other occasions. I can see pairing this with my favorite light blue heeled sandals for an adorable Easter look.   I host of big to-do at Easter. We head to early an early church service and then set up for a bug brunch with the entire family. After brunch, the kids head outside for an epic egg hunt! Shout out to my husband who hides the eggs - that's a man's job! I fill the eggs with candy and coins and each child has a specific color egg they're looking for. I do it that way to make it fair . The kids age ranges are from 1 to 4 and I don't want the 4 years old's stealing everything from the 1 year old's. One egg in each set has a number written on a piece of paper that matches up with a larger gift. Last year I did an entire Easter basket for each kid (there are 5) and it got to be quite expensive so this year I think I'm just going to do one larger gift per child. I also hide a golden egg (oooohhhhhhh ahhhhhhhh) and whoever finds this egg gets a special prize!!    What are your family Easter traditions? I'd love to hear them!              


  

  


 
   
    
      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      

        

        

        
          
             
               
                 
                      
                 
                
               
             
          

          
        

      
    
   

  

 




 
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If you haven't figured it out by now, blue is my favorite color. There's something about it that seems to go with everything and as it's a shade away from black, I think it provides that same classic effect that black does. I don't discriminate against any shade of blue and when it's an option for something, I always gravitate toward it. It's been that way for as long as I can remember, and recently I've made a conscious effort to try other colors. You can see here that my effort failed. 

When I saw this pretty little floral BLUE dress I knew it was the perfect option for all of my spring events. From weddings, to showers, to Easter - the one hits all the marks. I styled it with leather open toe booties to add a little edge but will definitely wear it with heels or wedges for other occasions. I can see pairing this with my favorite light blue heeled sandals for an adorable Easter look. 

I host of big to-do at Easter. We head to early an early church service and then set up for a bug brunch with the entire family. After brunch, the kids head outside for an epic egg hunt! Shout out to my husband who hides the eggs - that's a man's job! I fill the eggs with candy and coins and each child has a specific color egg they're looking for. I do it that way to make it fair . The kids age ranges are from 1 to 4 and I don't want the 4 years old's stealing everything from the 1 year old's. One egg in each set has a number written on a piece of paper that matches up with a larger gift. Last year I did an entire Easter basket for each kid (there are 5) and it got to be quite expensive so this year I think I'm just going to do one larger gift per child. I also hide a golden egg (oooohhhhhhh ahhhhhhhh) and whoever finds this egg gets a special prize!!  

What are your family Easter traditions? I'd love to hear them!

 
 
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