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Recently, I was able to make the mint gingham skirt of my dreams come true thanks to CowCow. I’ve had a long standing love affair with gingham, which I highly doubt will subside anytime soon. My body and closet are absolutely ready for the gingham trend to cycle its way back into fashion.

If you didn’t also know, I made an entire vide dedicated to customizing your own clothing on CowCow, which can be found here. Unfortunately, this exact skirt isn’t available for purchase but you can go on over to CowCow and make your very own. The possibilities are endless, and I think I might head on over to CowCow right after this post to customize more!

Since you’re already totally aware of my love for gingham, I’ll mention my love for bardot tops. It has taken me some time to find just the right one for me. The first few “of the shoulder” tops I have ever owned were just down right awful and uncomfortable on me. Who as time to constantly fidget with and fix their blouse? Not me, that’s for sure. The trick, I found, is finding an off the shoulder top with an elastic neckline. I promise, it makes ALL the difference and gives you a more comfortable fit.

I can’t end this blog post without thanking my pal Chloe. She endured some rough winds and intense heat to take these gorgeous photos for me. She’s the real MVP!

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Top: WearAll Skirt: CowCow Shoes: Payless Purse: Betsy Johnson Necklace: Primark

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