Stepping Into Spring

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by searsStyle. Any and all opinions are my own.

My mom has always been a conscious shopper—always. Especially when we were growing up. She’s the ultimate deal hunter. So it was no surprise that she would always shop at places like Sears, for everything from our back-to-school clothes to classic white undershirts for my dad. Seriously, finding what we needed was never a problem. This seems to be the same story today, as searsStyle launches a plus-size line called Simply Emma.

The new line features staples like lingerie, tees, and active wear, and trending pieces like dresses, sweaters, and denim. You know, the stuff we wear and use almost every day—the essentials. In case you’re wondering, their sizes range from 0X to 4X and 14 to 32. I took myself online (it’s also available in stores) and had a chance to pick out my very own outfit. Get your own spring inspiration here: sears.com/stylecatalog.

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What I’m wearing: Simply Emma Women’s Plus Lace Top and Simply Emma Women’s Plus Cropped Boyfriend Jeans.

Did you really think I could pass up a pair of distressed boyfriend jeans and this lace top? I mean, come on. It was too cute to pass up. The pieces run pretty true to size too. I decided to accessorize this look with some of my favorites. A pair of lace-up wedges, gold accented jewelry, round sunglasses, and an on-the-go kind of handbag. All put together, I created an incredibly comfy spring outfit made just for me. Take a second to check out the Simply Emma line now.

For more searsStyle, checkout blogger Alyssa of Stylish Curves.

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