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Did you know that HerRoom offers more than just our extensive lingerie collections? Apparel fit for our curvy girls and slender sisters are great complement to our bras, panties, and sleepwear. Spring is the time we pull out last year’s warm wardrobe, find out what fits and doesn’t, and then start shopping again.
Freshen up your warm weather wears with some jeggings, leggings and oh so much more. It’s that time again for pastels and bold colors. Here are a few favorite apparel items for the season’s changes:
Capri Leggings: You can get the look of jeans with the comfort of leggings with stretch-fit capris like the colorful ones and neutral tones from Hue. Perfect for wearing with a tunic or short dress, these capri leggings are great finish to a spring outfit.
Maxi Skirts: Grab one in every color and pattern and you can complete your warm weather look with an array of maxi skirts. Worn with heels, wedges, flats and sandals, this skirt is one of the most versatile apparel items in any girl’s closet.
Maxi Dress: Covered with a knit sweater or worn solo, the maxi dress can be dressed up, made causal or act as swimwear cover-up. Flirty yet offering full coverage, the maxi dress is a must for spring and summer.
Tanks and Camis: Layering’s best friend, tanks and camis play well with loose tank tops, knit sweaters, jean jackets and just about any other summer and spring outfit. Whether it is solid or animal print, this apparel item offers so many possibilities.
Skorts: From tennis lessons to the grocery store, skorts are the versatile summer must-have. Ideal for the days when a wardrobe change just isn’t in the cards, skorts offer a flirty and active style to endure the whole day.
What are some of your favorite spring and summer must-haves? I, for one, live in a maxi dress. Tell us about your summer “uniform.”
Meghan Barich is a writer, the storyteller at meghanbarich.com and a proud Hoosier. When she’s not crafting the next story, you can find her nose-in-a-book or walking her dog, Moose.