Maybe it’s because of my recent interview with stylist Sarah Schmidt, but I’m paying a lot more attention to outfit choices these days (unless of course those days are sleep deprived…). So, when I saw Modcloth’s spring line, I got super pumped and had to share it with you.
For those who don’t know Modcloth, this is THE time to check them out as you can save 20% off your first order.
AND if you make a purchase before May 29th, you can take advantage of the Memorial Weekend Sale of up to 30% off! Basically… you should check them out.
Why do I love Modcloth? As a customer of theirs for 5+ years, I’ve almost never had a purchase that I didn’t love. If I needed to return things, the process was easy. You can chat to their customer service line to ask any and all questions. Their styles are super flattering, and they carry a wide range of sizes, which is great for this gal.
So, without further ado, let me share the pieces that stuck out for me in the spring collection.
The Painted Pending Maxi Dress is made up of such cute colours, and pattern definitely feels like it would hide any lumps and bumps.
Spring is all about the colours, and I for one need to wear less black! This striped cardigan is perfect for the cooler mornings on the way into work, or for sitting in those chilly movie theatres during the summer.
These Temple of Swoon Flats make me think of Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, which goes down as one of my favourite movies of all time. They’re classic, fresh and you can get them in a couple of different colours.
I love me some polka dots, so this Isle Be Seeing You Sleeveless Top has me all in. You could pull it off for both work and a casual day, depending on how you pair it.
I am in love with this shade of green, and the length of this skirt is super flattering. I also love skirts that do up at the waist, emphasizing the smallest part of most women’s bodies.
I feel like the Live for the Spotlight Fit and Flare Dress would be great for garden parties, BBQs, or spring/summer date nights. It’s feminine, flowy and could be dressed up or down. Very versatile.
Basically I’m a fan of all the suits in the Esther Williams line, and personally own the red and white polka dot one, but the cherries just have a fun feel. Seriously, this suit does wonders for all body types. Check out the photos that people have posted in their reviews and you’ll see what I mean.
It is unbelievable how many people compliment me on this necklace. When I originally bought it, it was an impulse purchase, and is now one of my go-to necklaces. Definitely one I wear on a day trip to the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Anywho… I just had to share these with you, because whenever I meet people who don’t know about Modcloth, I get so excited to open up a new world of fashion possibilities to them!
Which of these pieces do you love? Are you new to Modcloth?
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