It is hard to believe that spring is already here! Finally the weather is getting warmer and instead of being cooped up in the house, we can venture outside. I love taking my kids to the park where they love to run around, slide down the slide a hundred times and take a flying leap to do a belly swing. I am a kid at heart, so I am right there with them climbing, running, sliding and swinging. When I am out, either with the boys or running errands, I love dressing in the latest spring fashions. Target has got a ton of colorful and cute clothes and accessories that are sure to brighten up your wardrobe! For those days at the park with the kids, I would wear a pair of colored skinny jeans, a brightly colored tank and a matching lawn shirt to pull it all together. Now a fashion forward girl should not go out in a cute new outfit unless she has the proper accessories. I would be sure to include a skinny belt that are a perfect accent for my skinny jeans and a pair of Target’s cute and bright espadrille sandals.
After a busy day with the kids or running all over town doing errands, I need a night out to relax. For the nights my husband and I can sneak away for a dinner date and possibly a movie, I would absolutely wear one of the cute patterned sleeveless dresses from Target as well as a matching cardigan in case the night gets chilly. To make the outfit complete, a pair of the latest trend in shoes from Target, a wedge sandal would look great with a casual spring dress. For those nights that call for a dressier look or for the office, Target has what you need for that as well. One of the wear to work dresses paired with a smart blazer and a pair of pumps will work great. If you are going out for drinks after work with the girls, you can just take off your blazer and you have a cute look without changing! As you can see, whatever the occasion Target has an entire line of spring trends that will carry you through the spring months. It’s Time for Springtime.
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