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Representing Missouri in 50 States of Style With Old Navy

Great style doesn’t need to be exclusive or expensive, it can be achieved in any location by anyone.  I am so excited to team up with Old Navy and to represent the state of Missouri in their #50styles50states campaign.  I am joined by 49 other bloggers each representing the state they live in.

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I love living in Kansas City, MO.  There is nothing better than being in the middle of the heartland.  We might have seemed to just come on the radar in the hype of last year’s World Series, but we’ve got more than just the boys in blue.  Fun fact though, this look was shot at Liberty Memorial in Kansas City.  Not only does it over look our downtown and is gorgeous, but it’s also where the World Series celebration parade took place.

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I had so much fun creating a head to toe look from Old Navy.  This is the SHOW ME STATE and my style reflects that.  Whether I’m creating a bold look or a more basic transitional outfit like this one, in Missouri we always keep it stylish.


For this specific look,I was all about embracing the basics.  I was able to pick up some great pieces from Old Navy‘s latest arrivals that will not only take me into fall, but can easily be incorporated into the changing seasons we have in Missouri.  By taking key pieces like a heeled bootie and sticking to a neutral color palette I let the style speak for itself.  Adding a fun Old Navy hat and simple necklace, gave this look the perfect final touches.  My Old Navy look is comfortable, chic and versatile.



Shop my look:

To see more State Styles visit & submit your own look by using #50styles50states, #OldNavyStyles

Disclosure: This post is brought to you in partnership with Old Navy and 

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Thursday 8th of September 2016

Congrats on this feature!! Perfect fall outfit!!

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