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Jul182012

Holiday In: Lynda's Vacation Essentials

 

Since sharing the inspiration behind my Square Foot Project, I've booked accommodations for what could be my next place of residence (I'm leaving the destination as a surprise for later).  And although I'm trying hard not to bring things into my home, I can still day dream about the perfect day outfit for my upcoming vacation. It all starts with the perfect dress, and this one by ASOS Salon has my name written all over it. It's beautiful, gives a nod to the 1930s and has all my ideal dress must haves: lacy, white, comfortable, emboidered details and covers my knees (not my best feature). Dreaming of this dress brings me one step closer to my vacation which is perfect since I'm not actually going away until December.

1. Chihuahua - as I already have Lily I'm covered in this category. 2. A new camera - I'm thinking about the Canon Power Shot S500. 3. Fashionable but practical Helen Kaminski sun hat. 4. And these Jeffery Campbell cute but comfortable walking shoes.

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