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I find fashion challenging and often overwhelming. Yes, I want to look stylish, but I want to balance looking great with being comfortable. Most of the time I live in jeans, but there are times when I need a dressier look or want to change things up! My four year old always looks adorable and comfortable in her leggings and tunic tops.
So, when I realized it’s acceptable and even stylish for ladies to wear leggings or tights, I literally jumped up and down! Thank goodness for Pinterest….and leggings! Here are a few outfit ideas to get you started! This look is much dressier with leggings than with jeans, and yet still comfy.
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Boots and leggings are perfect together, and this is a great look for an evening out with friends or a day at the mall.
Bright leggings are a great way to add a pop of color to any outfit!
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Finding cute leggings for my daughter is easy, finding them for me is often difficult. SO, I’m really excited to find out that new No nonsense tights and leggings are available at grocery stores, drug stores and department stores! They must know how I wait until the last possible minute to find an outfit! The variety, chino leggings, corduroy, skinny jean, etc., makes them perfect for a mom’s night out or wearing to the office.
Although, even after I buy clothes, I’m still a bit challenged when it comes to putting together a complete and trendy outfit. (it’s hard to believe no one has nominated me for one of those makeover shows) I think No nonsense, realizes I’m not the only one with this issue, because they’ve partnered with fashion expert Jill Martin. She is the New York Correspondent for Access Hollywood.Martin is also an Emmy Award-winning TV personality and co-author of the New York Times bestselling style guide “I Have Nothing to Wear!”
Another issue I have with finding and buying new clothes for myself, is spending money on me instead of my children. No nonsense has made their leggings affordable, which makes it easier for me to buy several pair versus my jeans, which often cost over $100 per pair.