Florals & Boyfriend Jeans

  • Floral tiered top from Salvation Army $1.50 (Hollister) *Pop of value!
  • Boyfriend jeans from Abercrombie & Fitch $65
  • Belt from Hollister $20
  • Sandals from Payless Shoesource $12.50
  • Fedora from Icing $10
  • Necklace from Buckle $12
Happy Easter! As a nod to the holiday, I’ve decided to go with an abstract floral design for today’s outfit. I also thought it might be fun to incorporate a different way to wear boyfriend jeans! They’re so easy to dress up or down, and dressing them up is as simple as adding heels and a cute top. If you choose to wear a more flowy top, make sure it fits well, isn’t too long, and is tailored to your body as it is very tricky to wear both a loose-fitting top and bottom at the same time. Longer loose tops worn with the baggier boyfriend jean style swallows you up and makes you look bigger. Flowy tops that hit the top of your hip look casual and relaxed, especially when worn with a belt to offset the loose fit. Longer necklaces -or- longer statement earrings (never both at once) pair well with this type of top and jeans combo. Heels or wedge sandals make it ready for a night out while flat t-strap sandals and a fedora make it casual enough for running errands or going to a concert. Hope everyone has a wonderful Easter!

Pop of health/fitness: Here are some popular Easter candies and their calorie counts:
1. Hershey’s Kisses for Easter, at about 25 calories apiece, in flavors from caramel to coconut creme. Enjoy 8 for under 200 calories.
2. One Cadbury Creme Egg, 150 calories.
3. Two Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, 180 calories.
4. Six rolls of Easter Smarties, 150 calories.
5. Quarter cup of M&M’s Candies Milk Chocolate with Peanuts Pastels, 220 calories. If you don’t want to break out the measuring cups, just estimate with a small handful.
6. Five Nestle Butterfinger Nesteggs Easter, 210 calories.
Taken from Shape.com

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