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Kim Butler
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Partners for Prosperity, Inc.

City:Mt. Enterprise

State: TX



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I have 20+ years of handling alternative investments in cash, growth and income for clients nationwide.  I strive to help my clients with all things financial in every way possible over the phone and the web.  I own an alpaca farm which I enjoy working during my downtime.  I also enjoy gardening, writing and reading books.  I also train other advisors on Prosperity Economics.

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Heather's Couture Corner - Vests To Get You Through Spring

| BY Heather Kiely

Lets face it, if you live in the midwest or above, you are not wearing shorts yet! Even though a beautiful 60 degree day can bring smiles and bliss, you still need some warmth to get you through your day. I love a vest for this transitional time of year paired with white denim and a brightly colored top. There are so many beautiful vests available including this Burberry black vest worn in the pictures below. Regularly priced at $500, now on sale at Bloomingdales for $371.25!!!








If black is not your color of choice, there is a sapphire blue that is gorgeous!!!! Also, comes in grey and burgundy! Looking for a vest that screams Spring?!?! One word.... Lilly!!!! Lilly Pulitzer has the softest down vests in the most beautiful colors ($195). I have the navy pictured below and my sister has the bright blue.


These Lilly vests are so warm, and look amazing paired with all your Lilly Spring attire. A vest that I am coveting for Spring is this pink puffer from Moncler. Moncler makes this vest in a variety of colors including red, black, olive, and bright pink. Moncler never goes on sale and this vest is quit pricy at $500.



No matter the vest you choose, to get you from April to June, you will look super savvy in any of these choices!!! Looking to be more savvy with your finances? Check out our "Best Advisor" listings at MillionaireCorner.com. I'm Heather Kiely reminding you to keep your investments where you can see them; in your closet, of course!



 

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