While we’re waiting for those consistently warmer days ahead, the weather loves to play fickle! One day it’s sunny and 60 degrees, the next day we’re shoveling snow. The unpredictability of the weather can make it difficult to switch your seasonal wardrobe, so we’ve come up with some outfit ideas that can take you from winter to spring with ease. See our winter to spring style inspiration below.

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This ice blue shade is all the rage this season, so wear it from winter to spring and get the most out of this trendy piece. In winter, style it with faux leather pants, ankle boots, and a faux fur vest. In spring, pair it with jeans, white sneakers, and a pretty pearl headband.

Headband
Sneakers
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Faux Fur Vests
Ankle Boots
Faux Leather Pants
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Faux Fur Vests
Ankle Boots
Faux Leather Pants
Sweater

This feminine floral skirt is a great piece no matter what the weather is. When it’s cold, wear it with a cozy sweater, warm socks, and knee-high boots. When the weather gets nicer, style it with a button down, lacy bralette, and sweet sweater-style mules.

Flats
Bralette
Button Down
Socks
Boots
Sweater
Floral Skirt
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Take your LBD (long black dress) through all the seasons! In winter, pair it with a velvet blazer, velvet mules with jewel accents, and a jeweled belt. In spring, have fun with florals by adding these girly sneakers, a pink jean jacket, and a silky headscarf.

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Mules
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Tweed is super chic right now, and this style is perfect for transitioning from bleak chilly days to breezy mild ones. Wear it with a turtleneck bodysuit, bootcut jeans, and tweed slingback pumps in winter; and with a satin cami, midi slip skirt, and nude slingback pumps in spring.

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closeup photography of white magnolia flowers

Jeans, jeans, they’re good for the butt. A good pair of jeans can really make that booty pop, and of course, their versatility and longevity are bonuses, too. Old Navy has a ton of different denim looks for every body type and style preference, and the prices are affordable, especially when you can catch a good sale (which happens often). The other good thing about the jeans from Old Navy is the stock doesn’t change as frequently as some of their other styles, so this is a great one to refer back to anytime you’re looking for a little denim refresh! For reference, all jeans fit true to size. See jeans styles from Old Navy below.

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I don’t usually love a wide leg look on me, but for some reason these jeans stole my heart! I’m not sure if it’s the long length, the slight distressing, or how comfortable there were, but these Sky-Hi wide leg jeans were my favorite! I loved the high-rise cut too for those days when you want to tuck away the tummy.

I really liked this pair as well. The only thing I didn’t love was how they seem to be a little tapered…I wish the ankle was just a little wider. I could definitely wear these all day and be comfy, though. Overall, I liked the looser fit of these OG straight jeans!

This was another pair that I really liked for the most part. I actually am wearing a petite length in these because they didn’t have my size in a regular length in the store, but I think if these had just been a tad longer (the regular length would have given me that), these mid-rise loose boyfriend jeans would have been a contender for favorite!! They’re definitely a little lower cut around the waist so if you prefer high-rise, I wouldn’t recommend these.

Wide leg for the win again! There was something about these jeans that just felt really good. I think the looser fit gives it a more casual, laidback vibe, and I’m all about comfort! I do also like the lighter wash, and again, the high-rise cut gives a little extra forgiveness with these Wow wide leg jeans.

Bringing back the flare, baby! I did not think I was going to like these when I tried them on, but I was pleasantly surprised. These Wow flare jeans reminded me of my younger days, and I don’t know if it was the nostalgia or how well these seemed to fit all over, but I was ready to wear these for the rest of the day.

I’m pretty simple when it comes to my style – I’m talking no frills or unnecessary extras. I really don’t wear jeans much to begin with, and while I liked the fit and length these jeans gave, those two little pockets on the front were just too much of a distraction for me. I think if I had chosen a different style of these extra high-rise wide leg jeans, I would have maybe liked them more.

I want to love cuffed boyfriend jeans, I really do. I always see them and think they look so cute, but for some reason I feel like it’s a look I can’t pull off. These fit well and felt comfortable, but I just didn’t love how they looked on me. These mid-rise Wow boyfriend jeans would be perfect for someone who can rock the cuffed ankle jean look, though!

I am typically a skinny jean gal. The three pairs of jeans I own are skinny jeans. I also, however, like to be able to move in my denim, and these high-rise Rockstar super skinny jeans were SUPER skinny. I felt like they were painted on! If you’re not planning to move around much I do think these look sleek, but they didn’t feel very practical to me.

These were a looser fitting “skinny” jean, but I didn’t find them all that flattering. They felt good around my waist and I liked the length, but they were a little too baggy through parts of the leg area. It was almost like these high-rise Wow straight jeans couldn’t decide between being a skinny jean or a straight jean.

I haven’t tried on a classic bootcut jean in a really long time. These Wow bootcut jeans felt super comfortable and fit well, but I just don’t think this is the look for me. Beware these are mid-rise, so they’re a little lower cut around the waist.

Oh boy. These high-rise OG Loose jeans were just a big fat no. The cut, the length, the fit…everything did not work. They were baggy in a sloppy looking way and I didn’t find anything about them flattering. It may just be my frame, but I can’t see these being a style I would ever wear.

Jeans, jeans, they’re good for the butt. A good pair of jeans can really make that booty pop, and of course, their versatility and longevity are bonuses, too. Old Navy has a ton of different denim looks for every body type and style preference, and the prices are affordable, especially when you can catch a good sale (which happens often). The other good thing about the jeans from Old Navy is the stock doesn’t change as frequently as some of their other styles, so this is a great one to refer back to anytime you’re looking for a little denim refresh! For reference, all jeans fit true to size. See jeans styles from Old Navy below.

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I don’t usually love a wide leg look on me, but for some reason these jeans stole my heart! I’m not sure if it’s the long length, the slight distressing, or how comfortable there were, but these Sky-Hi wide leg jeans were my favorite! I loved the high-rise cut too for those days when you want to tuck away the tummy.

I really liked this pair as well. The only thing I didn’t love was how they seem to be a little tapered…I wish the ankle was just a little wider. I could definitely wear these all day and be comfy, though. Overall, I liked the looser fit of these OG straight jeans!

This was another pair that I really liked for the most part. I actually am wearing a petite length in these because they didn’t have my size in a regular length in the store, but I think if these had just been a tad longer (the regular length would have given me that), these mid-rise loose boyfriend jeans would have been a contender for favorite!! They’re definitely a little lower cut around the waist so if you prefer high-rise, I wouldn’t recommend these.

Wide leg for the win again! There was something about these jeans that just felt really good. I think the looser fit gives it a more casual, laidback vibe, and I’m all about comfort! I do also like the lighter wash, and again, the high-rise cut gives a little extra forgiveness with these Wow wide leg jeans.

Bringing back the flare, baby! I did not think I was going to like these when I tried them on, but I was pleasantly surprised. These Wow flare jeans reminded me of my younger days, and I don’t know if it was the nostalgia or how well these seemed to fit all over, but I was ready to wear these for the rest of the day.

I’m pretty simple when it comes to my style – I’m talking no frills or unnecessary extras. I really don’t wear jeans much to begin with, and while I liked the fit and length these jeans gave, those two little pockets on the front were just too much of a distraction for me. I think if I had chosen a different style of these extra high-rise wide leg jeans, I would have maybe liked them more.

I want to love cuffed boyfriend jeans, I really do. I always see them and think they look so cute, but for some reason I feel like it’s a look I can’t pull off. These fit well and felt comfortable, but I just didn’t love how they looked on me. These mid-rise Wow boyfriend jeans would be perfect for someone who can rock the cuffed ankle jean look, though!

I am typically a skinny jean gal. The three pairs of jeans I own are skinny jeans. I also, however, like to be able to move in my denim, and these high-rise Rockstar super skinny jeans were SUPER skinny. I felt like they were painted on! If you’re not planning to move around much I do think these look sleek, but they didn’t feel very practical to me.

These were a looser fitting “skinny” jean, but I didn’t find them all that flattering. They felt good around my waist and I liked the length, but they were a little too baggy through parts of the leg area. It was almost like these high-rise Wow straight jeans couldn’t decide between being a skinny jean or a straight jean.

I haven’t tried on a classic bootcut jean in a really long time. These Wow bootcut jeans felt super comfortable and fit well, but I just don’t think this is the look for me. Beware these are mid-rise, so they’re a little lower cut around the waist.

Oh boy. These high-rise OG Loose jeans were just a big fat no. The cut, the length, the fit…everything did not work. They were baggy in a sloppy looking way and I didn’t find anything about them flattering. It may just be my frame, but I can’t see these being a style I would ever wear.

stack of neatly arranged blue jeans

Jeans, jeans, they’re good for the butt. A good pair of jeans can really make that booty pop, and of course, their versatility and longevity are bonuses, too. Old Navy has a ton of different denim looks for every body type and style preference, and the prices are affordable, especially when you can catch a good sale (which happens often). The other good thing about the jeans from Old Navy is the stock doesn’t change as frequently as some of their other styles, so this is a great one to refer back to anytime you’re looking for a little denim refresh! For reference, all jeans fit true to size. See jeans styles from Old Navy below.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

I don’t usually love a wide leg look on me, but for some reason these jeans stole my heart! I’m not sure if it’s the long length, the slight distressing, or how comfortable there were, but these Sky-Hi wide leg jeans were my favorite! I loved the high-rise cut too for those days when you want to tuck away the tummy.

I really liked this pair as well. The only thing I didn’t love was how they seem to be a little tapered…I wish the ankle was just a little wider. I could definitely wear these all day and be comfy, though. Overall, I liked the looser fit of these OG straight jeans!

This was another pair that I really liked for the most part. I actually am wearing a petite length in these because they didn’t have my size in a regular length in the store, but I think if these had just been a tad longer (the regular length would have given me that), these mid-rise loose boyfriend jeans would have been a contender for favorite!! They’re definitely a little lower cut around the waist so if you prefer high-rise, I wouldn’t recommend these.

Wide leg for the win again! There was something about these jeans that just felt really good. I think the looser fit gives it a more casual, laidback vibe, and I’m all about comfort! I do also like the lighter wash, and again, the high-rise cut gives a little extra forgiveness with these Wow wide leg jeans.

Bringing back the flare, baby! I did not think I was going to like these when I tried them on, but I was pleasantly surprised. These Wow flare jeans reminded me of my younger days, and I don’t know if it was the nostalgia or how well these seemed to fit all over, but I was ready to wear these for the rest of the day.

I’m pretty simple when it comes to my style – I’m talking no frills or unnecessary extras. I really don’t wear jeans much to begin with, and while I liked the fit and length these jeans gave, those two little pockets on the front were just too much of a distraction for me. I think if I had chosen a different style of these extra high-rise wide leg jeans, I would have maybe liked them more.

I want to love cuffed boyfriend jeans, I really do. I always see them and think they look so cute, but for some reason I feel like it’s a look I can’t pull off. These fit well and felt comfortable, but I just didn’t love how they looked on me. These mid-rise Wow boyfriend jeans would be perfect for someone who can rock the cuffed ankle jean look, though!

I am typically a skinny jean gal. The three pairs of jeans I own are skinny jeans. I also, however, like to be able to move in my denim, and these high-rise Rockstar super skinny jeans were SUPER skinny. I felt like they were painted on! If you’re not planning to move around much I do think these look sleek, but they didn’t feel very practical to me.

These were a looser fitting “skinny” jean, but I didn’t find them all that flattering. They felt good around my waist and I liked the length, but they were a little too baggy through parts of the leg area. It was almost like these high-rise Wow straight jeans couldn’t decide between being a skinny jean or a straight jean.

I haven’t tried on a classic bootcut jean in a really long time. These Wow bootcut jeans felt super comfortable and fit well, but I just don’t think this is the look for me. Beware these are mid-rise, so they’re a little lower cut around the waist.

Oh boy. These high-rise OG Loose jeans were just a big fat no. The cut, the length, the fit…everything did not work. They were baggy in a sloppy looking way and I didn’t find anything about them flattering. It may just be my frame, but I can’t see these being a style I would ever wear.

Jeans – they can be your best friend or your worst enemy! Finding a pair of denim that fits well, feels good, and is on-trend is like finding a diamond in the rough. We’re here to do some of the hard work for you though. Krista hit the stores to try on some of this season’s hottest styles and she’s sharing her honest reviews with all of you! See our spring jean styles roundup below.

Express Baggy Jeans

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If you’re on the internet at all, you know baggy jeans are definitely back in style. The slouchy, “too cool for school” look isn’t for everyone though, and I didn’t love the way these looked or fit. These ran TTS, but they were longer than I would’ve have wanted.

Old Navy Midrise Boyfriend Jeans

A classic straight jean with a little distressing! I ended up buying these…they felt great and ran TTS. They weren’t overly baggy, and I was impressed with the look and fit!

Express Belted Jeans

Back to baggy!! These had a cute a little jean belt to give them extra flair, but I just couldn’t get on board with the looser fit in the legs. These were extremely long, but fit TTS in waist. 

Old Navy Wow Straight Jeans

These slim straight jeans were not a favorite of mine. They were too bunchy and baggy at the ankle and fit a little tight in the waist.

Old Navy Cutoff Jeans

These high-waisted cutoff jeans were another winning pair! I had to buy them – I loved the fit and the color and they felt amazing on. 

Express Bootcut Jeans

I really wanted the bootcut jeans to work – these are a dressier style that are cute for work or for date night! But this particular pair was sooo long and had a lot of stretch. *sigh*

Old Navy Cuffed Jeans

At first I didn’t really like these cuffed jeans (I thought the cuff was a little much), but looking back at photos, I wish I got them and will go back to get them at some point. I think they would be great for spring. *unfortunately this style isn’t in stock on the Old Navy site anymore, but a cuffed jean is a trendy look this season!

Old Navy Flare Jeans

These flare jeans could definitely be sized down. They were huge and very stretchy and very long.

two hanged blue stonewash and blue jeans

Jeans – they can be your best friend or your worst enemy! Finding a pair of denim that fits well, feels good, and is on-trend is like finding a diamond in the rough. We’re here to do some of the hard work for you though. Krista hit the stores to try on some of this season’s hottest styles and she’s sharing her honest reviews with all of you! See our spring jean styles roundup below.

Express Baggy Jeans

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If you’re on the internet at all, you know baggy jeans are definitely back in style. The slouchy, “too cool for school” look isn’t for everyone though, and I didn’t love the way these looked or fit. These ran TTS, but they were longer than I would’ve have wanted.

Old Navy Midrise Boyfriend Jeans

A classic straight jean with a little distressing! I ended up buying these…they felt great and ran TTS. They weren’t overly baggy, and I was impressed with the look and fit!

Express Belted Jeans

Back to baggy!! These had a cute a little jean belt to give them extra flair, but I just couldn’t get on board with the looser fit in the legs. These were extremely long, but fit TTS in waist. 

Old Navy Wow Straight Jeans

These slim straight jeans were not a favorite of mine. They were too bunchy and baggy at the ankle and fit a little tight in the waist.

Old Navy Cutoff Jeans

These high-waisted cutoff jeans were another winning pair! I had to buy them – I loved the fit and the color and they felt amazing on. 

Express Bootcut Jeans

I really wanted the bootcut jeans to work – these are a dressier style that are cute for work or for date night! But this particular pair was sooo long and had a lot of stretch. *sigh*

Old Navy Cuffed Jeans

At first I didn’t really like these cuffed jeans (I thought the cuff was a little much), but looking back at photos, I wish I got them and will go back to get them at some point. I think they would be great for spring. *unfortunately this style isn’t in stock on the Old Navy site anymore, but a cuffed jean is a trendy look this season!

Old Navy Flare Jeans

These flare jeans could definitely be sized down. They were huge and very stretchy and very long.

Finding the perfect pair of jeans is like finding a lifelong best friend. You cherish them deeply and never want to let them go. Jeans can be styled for any season and every reason…dress them up or dress them down and wear them all year ’round. These pants are definitely a staple in our wardrobes and we’re sharing some of our favorite pairs with you. See how we like to style them below.

Black Jeans

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Jeans (style 2) | Vest | Booties | Clutch | Necklace

Black jeans are great during any season but look especially sharp during the colder months. Pair them with a long sleeve top, fleece vest, and wedge booties for a day of fall festivities or a casual holiday get-together.

Button Fly Jeans

Jeans | Tank Top | Sandals | Necklace

Dark button fly jeans are a dressier version of this wardrobe staple. Wear them for a night out and look sophisticated yet stylish. Pair with a lace tank top, studded bow sandals, and a layered chain necklace for a sweet summer date night look.

Dark Wash Jeans

Jeans | Sweater | Sneakers | Earrings

Dark wash jeans make a simple sweater and sneakers combo look sleek and put-together. Pair them with a cream quarter zip and striped canvas sneakers for a cute winter to spring outfit.

Light Wash Jeans

Jeans | Tank Top | Sandals (similar)

Light wash jeans are the perfect summer jeans style. Paired with a floral tank top and strappy slide sandals, this look is flirty and fun…great for a girls’ day out!!

Moto Jeans (Green)

Jeans | Sweater | Booties | Watch | Earrings

Leggings that look like jeans?! Uhhh, yes please. These moto jeans with zipper accents are super comfy with an elastic waistband, and the pleating details make them a striking addition to your closet. This green color paired with neutral pieces makes for a cozy fall workday look.

Moto Jeans (Red)

Jeans | Jacket | Long Sleeve | Sneakers

These moto jeans are so comfy you’ll want them in more than one color! The wine color paired with a white tee, jean jacket, and white canvas sneakers is an adorable spring look for a day out on the town.

White Jeans

Jeans | Long Sleeve | Sneakers (similar)

And white jeans are a bright, fresh style for spring and summer. Pair them with a light pink long sleeve top and matching slip-on sneakers for a simple yet pretty summer night outfit.

Thanks for reading!! Which of these jeans styles is your favorite? Let us know xo.

blue jeans side by side

Finding the perfect pair of jeans is like finding a lifelong best friend. You cherish them deeply and never want to let them go. Jeans can be styled for any season and every reason…dress them up or dress them down and wear them all year ’round. These pants are definitely a staple in our wardrobes and we’re sharing some of our favorite pairs with you. See how we like to style them below.

Black Jeans

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Jeans (style 2) | Vest | Booties | Clutch | Necklace

Black jeans are great during any season but look especially sharp during the colder months. Pair them with a long sleeve top, fleece vest, and wedge booties for a day of fall festivities or a casual holiday get-together.

Button Fly Jeans

Jeans | Tank Top | Sandals | Necklace

Dark button fly jeans are a dressier version of this wardrobe staple. Wear them for a night out and look sophisticated yet stylish. Pair with a lace tank top, studded bow sandals, and a layered chain necklace for a sweet summer date night look.

Dark Wash Jeans

Jeans | Sweater | Sneakers | Earrings

Dark wash jeans make a simple sweater and sneakers combo look sleek and put-together. Pair them with a cream quarter zip and striped canvas sneakers for a cute winter to spring outfit.

Light Wash Jeans

Jeans | Tank Top | Sandals (similar)

Light wash jeans are the perfect summer jeans style. Paired with a floral tank top and strappy slide sandals, this look is flirty and fun…great for a girls’ day out!!

Moto Jeans (Green)

Jeans | Sweater | Booties | Watch | Earrings

Leggings that look like jeans?! Uhhh, yes please. These moto jeans with zipper accents are super comfy with an elastic waistband, and the pleating details make them a striking addition to your closet. This green color paired with neutral pieces makes for a cozy fall workday look.

Moto Jeans (Red)

Jeans | Jacket | Long Sleeve | Sneakers

These moto jeans are so comfy you’ll want them in more than one color! The wine color paired with a white tee, jean jacket, and white canvas sneakers is an adorable spring look for a day out on the town.

White Jeans

Jeans | Long Sleeve | Sneakers (similar)

And white jeans are a bright, fresh style for spring and summer. Pair them with a light pink long sleeve top and matching slip-on sneakers for a simple yet pretty summer night outfit.

Thanks for reading!! Which of these jeans styles is your favorite? Let us know xo.

Gift buying, gift wrapping, party planning, cooking, outfit coordinating…the holiday season to-do list is endless! This time of the year should be about celebrating with loved ones and making special memories together, but sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of that with everything that needs to get accomplished. Stressing over what to wear for your holiday season festivities is a thing of the past, though. Check out our style guide below for holiday outfits that are easy and adorable.

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Turtleneck | Ribbed Leggings | Over-the-Knee Boots

This turtleneck is so soft and it’s super flattering on all body types. Wear it with a cute pair of leggings and boots like these ribbed leggings and over-the-knee boots. I am wearing the turtleneck in size extra small…it does run a little large, so size down if you want it to be more fitted. The leggings are size small and the boots are size 7.5. Both are true to size.

Bell Sleeve Top | Ponte Pants | Heels (similar)

Green and black is one of my favorite color combos (in case you couldn’t tell) and this bell sleeve top in black paired with green ponte pants and nude strappy heels looks dressier than it feels! The top is flowy (it’s also slightly cropped) and the pants are stretchy so even though you look like you’re ready for your moment in the limelight, you feel like you’re ready to cuddle up on the couch #winning. I’m wearing a small in both the top and pants, and the heels are a size 7.5. All are true to size!

Blazer | Bodysuit | Jeans | Heels

This is my go-to outfit when I want to look like I put a lot of effort into getting ready, but really only took 10 minutes to get myself together. A pair of high-waisted jeans with a ruched body suit, boyfriend blazer, and lace-up heels is the perfect mix of sophisticated and sexy while still being simple and comfortable. I am wearing a size small in the bodysuit and blazer, a size 2 in the jeans, and a size 7.5 in the heels. All items are true to size.

Turtleneck | Mini Skirt | Boots

I love the balance of this look. A full coverage turtleneck top in a dark hue with a faux leather mini skirt in a light, feminine color paired with over-the-knee boots shows just a little skin and a whole lot of style. I’m wearing a size small in the top and skirt, and the boots are a size 7.5. All items are true to size.

Sweater Bodysuit | Sweater Leggings | Sneakers

This is a fun twist on your classic matching sweater set, and is definitely one of the coziest sets I own. Put a sporty chic flair on a monochromatic sweater bodysuit with sweater leggings look with clean white high top sneakers. I am wearing a size small in both top and bottom…both are true to size. The sneakers are a size 8 (I usually wear a 7.5) because they aren’t available in half sizes and even though I do find them to be a little big, the 7 probably would have been too small.

Thanks for reading! Which of these outfits are you trying on this holiday season?

women clinking glasses with champagne in room

Gift buying, gift wrapping, party planning, cooking, outfit coordinating…the holiday season to-do list is endless! This time of the year should be about celebrating with loved ones and making special memories together, but sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of that with everything that needs to get accomplished. Stressing over what to wear for your holiday season festivities is a thing of the past, though. Check out our style guide below for holiday outfits that are easy and adorable.

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Turtleneck | Ribbed Leggings | Over-the-Knee Boots

This turtleneck is so soft and it’s super flattering on all body types. Wear it with a cute pair of leggings and boots like these ribbed leggings and over-the-knee boots. I am wearing the turtleneck in size extra small…it does run a little large, so size down if you want it to be more fitted. The leggings are size small and the boots are size 7.5. Both are true to size.

Bell Sleeve Top | Ponte Pants | Heels (similar)

Green and black is one of my favorite color combos (in case you couldn’t tell) and this bell sleeve top in black paired with green ponte pants and nude strappy heels looks dressier than it feels! The top is flowy (it’s also slightly cropped) and the pants are stretchy so even though you look like you’re ready for your moment in the limelight, you feel like you’re ready to cuddle up on the couch #winning. I’m wearing a small in both the top and pants, and the heels are a size 7.5. All are true to size!

Blazer | Bodysuit | Jeans | Heels

This is my go-to outfit when I want to look like I put a lot of effort into getting ready, but really only took 10 minutes to get myself together. A pair of high-waisted jeans with a ruched body suit, boyfriend blazer, and lace-up heels is the perfect mix of sophisticated and sexy while still being simple and comfortable. I am wearing a size small in the bodysuit and blazer, a size 2 in the jeans, and a size 7.5 in the heels. All items are true to size.

Turtleneck | Mini Skirt | Boots

I love the balance of this look. A full coverage turtleneck top in a dark hue with a faux leather mini skirt in a light, feminine color paired with over-the-knee boots shows just a little skin and a whole lot of style. I’m wearing a size small in the top and skirt, and the boots are a size 7.5. All items are true to size.

Sweater Bodysuit | Sweater Leggings | Sneakers

This is a fun twist on your classic matching sweater set, and is definitely one of the coziest sets I own. Put a sporty chic flair on a monochromatic sweater bodysuit with sweater leggings look with clean white high top sneakers. I am wearing a size small in both top and bottom…both are true to size. The sneakers are a size 8 (I usually wear a 7.5) because they aren’t available in half sizes and even though I do find them to be a little big, the 7 probably would have been too small.

Thanks for reading! Which of these outfits are you trying on this holiday season?

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Great time to stock up on some kiddos Jeans over at OshKosh! You can grab 3 pairs for the price of ONE!!

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Great time to stock up on some kiddos Jeans over at OshKosh! You can grab 3 pairs for the price of ONE!!