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SPRING 2020

Ok so I played dress up today... I found a few really cute adds to the spring wardrobe. See something you love? Just click the name of the item to go directly there! Wanna shop on your own? Click my pic!

This was the first outfit I tried on and by far my fave. Theres nothing WOW factor about it other than I can see myself LIVING in both of those items. The top is SO soft. It isn't too sheer, but the material doesn't feel heavy. I could totally see pairing this with shorts for one of those beginning of spring days.  The jeans had a good amount of stretch to stiffness, and a higher waist (without the mom jean feel). We all have those "go to" pair of jeans, and I'm telling you- these are fantastic and true to size.

When I venture out of my staple "white" or "denim", this is the color combo. I'm so happy to see it around for spring. The bottoms are a frayed hem, with a utility pocket in the front- but they're skinnies! The Textured Tunic sweater isn't thick or scratchy, its a thinner knit. It isn't form fitting - and doesn't make you look 3 sizes bigger. 

Ok so at the expense of looking like a woman child, I grabbed this top. I really didn't think it was going to be flattering or hit right... but I loved the yellow polka dots. Im on the verge of a style crisis/rut so what the heck. It really wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be! It was actually pretty cute. The ruffle hem hits right about where the waist of the jeans are (but doesn't make the shirt poof out.) Its just a fun springy shirt! And of course I didn't want to take those jeans off- cause lets face it... they will literally go with everything.

I thought for sure I would need a tank under this sweater, because you can see through the loops in the sweater. I couldn't find a tank that I liked there that I didn't think would bunch up under. SO glad I tried it without one. Its totally fine! And if you have a short torso like me, this one hits JUST right. They have it in other colors too- there's a grey that is SO pretty. 

Hey that color combo strikes again. I have to say- I tried this sweater in white too.... I love the green. The sweater is not thick AT all. Perfect spring sweater. Its more of the cropped sweater style- but not teenager cropped sweater! One that moms can totally get away with...

They only had this top in an extra small but the print was fun! So I gave it a shot, it wasn't totally uncomfortable but the chest was a smidge tight. So if you HAVE to go a size down you can get away with it... and it wasn't too tight in the shoulders. 

The bottoms are a light wash of the utility jeans (same as the sage green) they also have them in a darker denim- which would've looked great with this top too, if they had my size at the store. 


This top is EVERYTHING!!!!!! Its the red version of the white one above. If they had it in 100 colors, I would buy all 100. It is that comfortable and flattering. Just one of those good STAPLE pieces. You need it.... 

Ok I branched out again. I think majority of women are self conscious about their arms. The ruffle/cap sleeve hides the armpit fat- and the top itself is actually really light and comfy. Paired with these white jeans- Its totally a good winery outfit! 

These shorts are SO fun!!! I love pairing vibrant prints with a solid- especially when they're shorts. The shorts are a little higher waisted, so they paired well with the cropped sweater. 

OK THESE ARE THE JEANS. If you need a good pair of denim- girlfriend, you need these. I want like 5 pair, in different washes. They're the perfect length, come in regular skinny, curvy skinny, petite- you name it. GRAB THEM!