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Sweet Child o'mine

I had a lovely weekend despite having less time to actually have fun because of my husband's schedule. He needed extra time just for himself so I had to hang out with our baby more and do less on having fun department. I didn't even go to the beach. Not that I miss it that much but still. However we did manage to enjoy local fairs, movie night and open air concert. I love the concert so much, I totally missed the life music vibe and I didn't get a chance to really enjoy it here in Mexico (we do have brass band concerts here all the time and I don't even have to pay for the entrance because I can heart it perfectly but it's not the same as good old rock). It was very fun. It actually felt even more special as we obviously took our baby with us, we think we need to start thinking towards nanny  but there is no rush and I think we are doing more or less fine for now.
For my outfit I have chosen my favorite mesh combo. I love how sexy it makes me feel and how cute it looks. I tuned down the look with jeans and added some bulky accessories to polish it up. I think it turned out pretty good.


I was wearing:
Akhmadullina top
Monki bra
Levi's jeans
Optima flip flops
necklace - handmade gift from my friend Alexandra
earrings - JoJo merch, gifted by husband

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Super like the mesh, it is awesome especially during summer. Very cute outfit.

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  2. That mesh top looks great with your jeans! It sounds like you still had a lot of fun this weekend! That's great you could take your baby with you!

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  3. Such a stunning outfit! I'm glad you were able to do fun things, even though the schedule was a bit difficult. Concerts are always so incredible. There is something really special about the energy!
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  4. Love your top, Lyosha. It is sexy and cool. Great outfit

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  5. I get it! Sometimes staying home is just what's needed. Glad you guys are able to do your own things!

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  6. Motherhood looks SO good on you, girl.

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  7. I wish I had the confidence to wear a mesh top like that, it looks amazing on you!"

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  8. Each minute with me time and family is precious everyday as we never know whats in store!

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  9. Sounds like a lovely weekend! Love the Levi’s jeans!

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  10. The pix are lovely - and that's Mexico?! Your outfit as well as the scenery look so ready for an European autumn :-D By the way, I love Mexican mariachi music - but maybe because I get to listen to it in small doses?!?

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    1. it is Mexico. I think the fall-ish effect is because of the red flowers, they fall as they bloom and the color is wonderful.I prefer wearing jeans in the evening outside because we have a mosquito problem during the summer. I like mariachi music as well even though we don't hear it here very often, I live on Yukatan peninsula, we mostly have the maya here

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  11. Sounds like you had a wonderful time still and you looking absolutely gorgeous in that outfit hun!

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  12. I like the Levis jeans. That used to be my favorite brand, it's been awhile since I wore them.

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    1. if I wear jeans it's normally Levi's, fit me best and so resilient!

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  13. That sheer top is cute. It’s perfect for the summer.

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  15. Congratulations . Enjoy motherhood. I love Mexico, I went in April yet my heart yearned for that land. Lovely and comfortable outfit indeed

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  16. Adjusting to life with a little one is definitely going to take some time, but I'm sure you're both going to figure out what works best for you as a couple! As for now, I adore that mesh top on you! It looks great!

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  17. I love the mesh top look on you 🥰 glad you had a good weekend even if it was very busy xxx

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  18. Your outfit is perfect for an outdoor concert! You look great. My weekends have also been super busy lately, but that is one of the joys and challenges of the summer too. It is fun, but I definitely have to make sure I take extra time to work when I'm not out too.

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  19. Sounds like a good weekend! That top is really cute and the whole outfit goes really well together.

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  20. OMG your top is gorgeous! Perfect for your current weather, and love the color as well.

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  21. Great post. Very stunning

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  22. The mesh top is so fun and it's great you were able to get out for a bit and enjoy some music! :)

    Thank you for joining the #WeekdayWearLinkup! Hope you are having a good weekend. We had a fun BBQ with friends yesterday.

    Away From The Blue

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