While my mom was in town I was able to make a very quick run to Marshalls to shop for some post-pregnancy clothes. Within 10 minutes my cart was filled to the brim with all of their latest Spring dresses, separates, and shoes. Here are some outfits I put together...
It really doesn't matter if it's Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall, black and white is always in style for me, and it's like winning the lottery when I can find designer brands I love at Marshalls for waaaay less than I would pay at the boutique store. These two-toned kitten heels can be dressed up with this structured drop-waist (tummy hiding) dress or dressed down with some distressed boyfriend jeans and a great cut t-shirt.
I love matching separates, and this set only cost me $40! What's great about a single print, separates set is that you can create a lot outfits by mixing and matching with some closet staples - wear the top with jeans (flared denim is hot right now) or layer it over a solid color body-con dress and then add a white button down blouse to the skirt. Keep any of those outfits comfy with some pointed-toe flats like these laser cut d'Orsays.
This watercolor painting-like print dress and paired with these leather, thick-heeled open toe-booties are what I'd called a "punk chic" look. It's what I'd wear to events around the city, and to feel even cooler (but stay warmer), I'd throw my leather jacket on over it.
Did you see the teaser video I made on Instagram for this post? If not, see it here. Which look is your favorite?
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#1: Kate Spade dress, $99.99 compare at $168; French Connection shoes, $59.99 compare at $96, c/o
#2: Katherine Barclay top, $19.99 compare at $29; Katherine Barclay skirt, $19.99 compare at $29; Franco Sarto flats, $39.99 compare at $64, c/o
#3: Mercer & Madison dress, $29.99 compare at $42; Dolce Vita shoes, $34.99 compare at $77
Looking for details on the fourth look? Stay tuned!
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Disclosure: I have received free products or value from Marshalls of The TJX Companies, Inc. in connection with my affiliation with Marshalls Project FAB. All opinions are my own.