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A Simple Look For Busy Moms

I feel like I have got the hang of stying my leggings to look acceptable enough for quick errands and school drop off and pick up.  Buuuut, sometimes we just gotta look a bit more polished.  I know it sounds like a daunting task, but fear not Mommas!  I’ve got a great simple go-to formula that can work for most casual occasions.  Now I’m not saying upcoming holiday parties are going to be the best place for this formula, but…

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Finding Your Mom Style

I started my previous blog (Prairie Girl in the City) as a fashion blog.  It was a place for me to have fun with styling, talk about clothes, and hopefully, help inspire women to find their own unique style.  Fast forward to now, and life with three littles, and every day zooming by faster then the day before, I don’t quite have the same amount of time to dedicate to my love of fashion.  I have had to simplify my…

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Five Ways To Transition Your LBD to Fall

  Just as we master our mom uniform for Summer, we are now transitioning into Fall and scouring our closets for our next go to look.  We all want an outfit that is easy, quick, but stylish.  A staple Summer item for many of us is a classic little black dress.  The LBD is not just for cocktail parties anymore.  Simple and casual versions are so easy for day to day life.  If you have a favourite lightweight one you…

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Matt & Nat x Indigo

  Holy heatwave batman!  I have been living in little summer dresses and shorts and our fans and air conditioning units have been working overtime.  If you don’t live in BC, we have been experiencing tons of smoke too due to wildfires in the interior.  It has meant a lot of indoor play time which means I’m going a bit nuts dealing with a 3 year old who has major cabin fever.  I do my best to incorporate some outings…

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Dress To Impress Yourself

  photos by Alicia Even as a teenager, I liked to wear things that were not what everyone else was wearing.  I liked to wear unexpected items and style myself up to stand out from the crowd.  To me, I felt more like myself if I didn’t just blend in.  Other kids would sometimes like to tell me they didn’t like something I wore, or thought it was kinda weird/ugly.  This item would usually get worn even more  often to…

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