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One of my new favorite retro trends is tie-die. I found this adorable little tie-die shirt from KK Fashions and I am in love with it. Great color combinations and it looks great with a variety of colors and styles. I can wear it with jeans or pair it with a cute maxi skirt.
It’s great for layering or wear alone. Great quality fabric. One thing I will note is that it fits smalls so order a larger size then you normally would. I usually wear a 2X and this was tighter then I usually like. Still looks cute though.
Pair it with a cute pair of gladiator sandals for a cute stylish look. I got these sandals from KK Fashion as well. They come in three different colors but I love this neutral sand color, they pair nicely with just about any color. Good construction, love them.
Sandals can be found here!
Shirt can be found here!
KK Fashions was nice enough to give us an extra shirt and sandals for a giveaway. Enter below, we will pick 1 winner for the shirt and 1 winner for the sandals. To enter click on the enter here button below.
Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents. First winner drawn will win the sandals, second winner drawn will win the shirt. This giveaway is sponsored by KK Fashions if for some reason they are unable to send the prize Parenting In Progress is not responsible for sending the prizes.
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