I’m all smiles because it’s the official month of love! A new month calls for new styles, so I headed to my local Gordmans to find the latest and most affordable pieces to add to my wardrobe. There is so much to choose from when shopping at Gordmans! They have designer brands at affordable prices, which makes shopping on a budget so easy! When looking for pieces to add to my wardrobe, I found a few items that could easily transition from Winter to Spring. Living in the Midwest, it seems that Winter likes to stick around a little longer, so I wanted to make sure I found some layering pieces.
This light-weight crop top was calling my name! I love the detail and how easily you can transition this into Spring with a pair of high waisted shorts. It makes for the perfect lunch and shopping with the girls day outfit.
I am loving this graphic sweatshirt! It gives me all the 90’s vibes and the leopard print sold me! I hope the leopard trend stays around forever! I paired this sweatshirt with mom jeans and sneaks. You can also pair with leggings for a more comfy look (which is always my go-to!)
Athleisure wear is such an easy look, especially for running errands. This look is head to toe Gordmans! I love anything sherpa and this pullover was a must! The pink Reebok leggings were another must have (anything pink instantly goes into the cart!) I really like the fit of these leggings and how flattering they are. My favorite item from this look is the Puma sneakers! They are so comfy and I loved the color.
A fuzzy cardigan is a simple staple piece to have in your wardrobe. I paired with a bodysuit, jeans, mules, and a wide brim hat for a casual, everyday look. You can never go wrong with this cardigan. For a more Spring look you can also pair with a denim skirt or a t-shirt dress.
When shopping at Gordmans, I know that I can find great, quality brands for a fraction of the price! They have everything from clothing, accessories, shoes, and home decor, so there is something for everyone!
Thank you to Gordmans for sponsoring this post, all opinions are my own.