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A few weeks ago I went shopping at my local outlet stores and found some great items! All of the stores had a lot of summer clothes on sale. I ended up buying some clothes from Express and New York and Company. I purchased two sleeveless, Portofino Shirts from Express and a pair of nice shorts from New York and Company. These clothes are perfect for me to wear for teaching music lessons during the summer.

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One of the two Portofino Shirts I purchased from Express is this very cute Eiffel Tower one! I didn’t remember seeing it in Express over the summer but once I saw it I thought it would be great to add to my closet! It is very lightweight, can be dressed up or down and it will match a lot of neutral colors! This shirt is a bit loose and can come across as a little baggy, so for this look I decided to tuck it into my shorts to give the shirt more shape and to make the outfit look more put together.

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This pair of grey shorts from New York and Company has become one of my favorite pairs of shorts to wear for teaching! They are very comfortable and I like the placement of the front pockets. These shorts remind me of the black, blue and coral ones I have from Express. I do however like the fit of these grey shorts from New York and Company a little better than the Express shorts.

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These shorts did not come with a belt unlike the ones from Express. I did feel that this outfit needed a belt so I used this white one that came with a pair of Express shorts.

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I would definitely recommend checking out your local outlet stores for their end of summer sales. Both Express and New York and Company had a lot of summer clothes on sale and in a wide range of sizes! I’m glad I went when I did because not only did I find some great clothes for great prices but I’m also able to wear these clothes before it gets cold out!

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Sleeveless Blouse- Express

Shorts- New York and Company

Belt- Express

Sandals- Wild Diva Lounge

-Caroline 🙂

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