Casual Saturday Style with Jess of MustHeartStyle

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Could you live in your blue jeans?  I know I sure would if given the choice.  Fellow blue jean lover, wife and mom to a toddler, Jess of MustHeartStyle, received a pair of large white Kate & Moose stud earrings and shared her casual Saturday look over on her blog. The Kate & Moose mission is about joy through colorful accessories and I asked Jess to share what brings her joy and happiness.

Jess of MustHeartStyle in large white studs

1. What brings you joy? 
My family brings me the most joy, without a doubt.

2. What color makes you happy? 
Minty green/turquoise, love it!!

3. Do you have a store/restaurant in your hometown that you love to visit? 
I live in a small town and we have this cute little bakery that my family and I love to go to.

Head over to her site and see how she styled her casual Saturday and leave her a comment. 

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