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Need to change up your weekend look? This may not apply to all of you but in my neck of the woods, the weather this weekend is supposed to be beautiful! Therefore, choose your outfits accordingly.

Make your Saturday night outfit chic and unique by wearing a simple, solid-colored dress or a flowy shirt with leggings or dark wash jeans accompanied with HUGE accessories. I’m not talking just a chunky necklace or hoop earrings, I mean accessories whose size tips the scale a bit. It’s fun but not flashy because the rest of the outfit is kept simple.

Find fun accessories at asos.com; polyvore.com; shopstyle.com; topshop.com; H&M stores.


Brighten up your Sunday afternoon with a citrus-inspired top mixed with a fun and colorful, floral-patterned skirt or shorts. As in the following photo, a basic tangerine top paired with a floral peplum skirt and some cool turquoise jewelry gets you in the spirit of this time of year.


Whatever you do, mix it up and spice it up. It’s better that way.


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There is a handbag that I literally cannot get off my mind; it’s a tote by the designer Celine Vipiana and it represents nothing but sheer bliss and style beyond comprehension. I first noticed them online and became more and more curious as to who was behind the brilliant aesthetic of these purses. Although expensive, they make the perfect finishing touch on any outfit, wardrobe, or handbag collection. I think I’ll start saving every last penny that I have in hopes that one will someday be mine. The amazing structure, shape, colors, and sharp details and classic looks are not only all the components that I look for in a great bag, but they happen to represent all the ingredients in a Celine handbag. I am especially in love with the 2011 Spring Apricot and Black Calfskin Tote; the color combo can pretty much complete any look. I must say, in my opinion the Celine handbags are right up there in the rankings with a Birkin. Just saying…

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