Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Spring Style With Burlington


this spring is all about flowy, floral, boho effortless chic. trends come and go and finding these trends at an affordable price can be a challenge. Burlington put me up to the challenge of updating my spring wardrobe with a $100 gift card and i can't wait to share my finds with you!


first up is this amazing outfit. i stumbled across this long, lightweight cardigan in the perfect blush color for spring and i knew instantly that it was a must! the cardigan was my most expensive purchase at $30 but that is still a steal for a knit knee length cardigan. just when i thought it couldn't get any better i found these blush colored ballet flats for $15. perforated leather is a hot item this season and these shoes fit the bill perfectly. i finished out the outfit with these clubmaster glasses for $15 and some jewelry for $7.




i am queen of the casual wear and i have never met a ball cap i didn't like. finding a lightweight patterned sweatshirt was like hitting jackpot because it is exactly my style and the print makes it the ideal spring go-to. this feather print sweatshirt was $15. the blush, ivory and black print work with my already purchased ballet flats, jewelry and glasses but finding these Chuck Taylors in the shoe section made my little heart skip a beat. my favorite casual shoe in pastel? yes, please. naturally i snagged them (they were only $20!) and my total was an easy $102.


challenged accepted and completed!






in addition to great clothing deals you can also support a good cause. Burlington supports women's heart health through its partnership with WomenHeart. you can donate $1 or more at checkout through March 31st. For every dress purchased throughout this campaign Burlington will donate $1 up to $25,000 to support WomenHeart whose mission is to educate and support women living with heart disease.


to find a Burlington near you click here for a store locator.


xo,


kristie

Burlington Stores sponsored this blog post.  The opinions and text are all mine.

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