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Can I get real with you guy's for a minute though? On-point, perfectly pulled together fashion "wins" aren't occurring for me daily. You won't typically catch me at the grocery store, or ushering my kids to/from their activities in a pair of pumps. Truth? There are days that, if you were to run into me while out-and-about at any of the aforementioned places, I may be in yoga pants and a t-shirt.
Another truth? I spend most of the my waking hours on the floor playing with my toddler these days. I absolutely love exploring the world from his vantage point. So for the time-being, my daily wardrobe airs on the side of practical.
With all of that said, I still enjoy dressing like a grown-up from time-to time. Especially when I head out the door for something work related. This season denim is totally on-trend, and we are loving the variety of comfortable fashion-forward denim that Earl Jean has brought to the table.
My personal favorites are the darker hues of blue denim and black denim. Reason being; darker hues can easily be dressed up or down for the occasion. Black denim pairs nicely with a great blazer and a fabulous pair of shoes for work. While dark blue denim pairs nicely with a tunic and a cute pair of flats, for a comfortable yet pulled-together look. Perfect when heading out and about with my family for the day.
This season gradients of blue and denim are BIG! If you're looking to incorporate this trend into your Spring wardrobe, we recommend checking out the on-trend offerings from Earl Jean. You can find fashions from Earl Jean at a variety of retailer's nationwide including: Stage, BonTon, Macy's, Belk, Bealls, Gordmans, Steinmart and more.
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