Lavender Jeans for Spring under $20

lavender, lilac, and florals for spring

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Mark it down–yesterday made three days in a row that I’ve worn buttoned pants since I gave birth.  Sunday was actually the first day I had worn buttoned pants after having Karoline. I had lived in black high-waist leggings up until that point. . . no shame in my postpartum game.

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Top: Old Navy (similar short-sleeve) // Jeans: Old Navy (high rise version) // Loafers: Gap // Handbag: Amazon Fashion //Earrings: c/o Sugarfix at Target // Watch: Apple // Bangle: David Yurman // Necklace: Kendra Scott

Lilacs, lavenders, and light pinks are all the rage for spring.  That’s alright by me, since these shades are so pretty mixed together. These lavender jeans are so nice for spring, and they actually on sale for under $20 today (discount applied at checkout)! They are midrise, slightly cropped, and have a raw hem. I’ve linked an identical pair, except they are high rise and have a normal hem, in case you prefer that style.

Confession: I’ve purchased 3 pairs of bright pink flats for spring. Whoops! Anyways, these hot pink leather loafers are under $50 dupes for a $200 pair that I’ve lusted over for more than a year.  You can easily wear them with both casual and dressy outfits. I highly recommend grabbing them while they’re in stock. They tied this outfit together as they pick up the pink in my floral top.

Have you noticed that these earrings have appeared in two of my last three blog posts? Lilac is probably my favorite shade to wear right now. Don’t get me wrong, I still love blush, but the slight shade shift to lilac is so fresh.  And lilac is like an amped-up neutral, so it pairs well with many other shades.

This outfit screams spring, and just made me happy to wear:)

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