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Personal Shoppers Spring Forecast

Hey babes -- now that Spring is totally in full swing, it's time for our Personal Shoppers to make their Spring fashion predictions! They'll take an exclusive peek into our fashion futures to see what we'll be rocking all season long and give us the lowdown.

Ready to hear your Spring wardrobe forecast? Read on to discover what the fashionable future has in hold for you -- and happy shopping, babes.

Don't Blush - We Know What You're Here For
Babe - you don't need to be worried. We totally know that you're here for us to tell you your Spring fashion future. The first up? Blush, duh. This super feminine and flirty color is destined to be a major part of your very fashionable future - not only is it the perfect modern neutral, but it looks totally amazing on women of all different skin tones, too.

Our favorite piece to get us blushing? It definitely has to be our totally totally gorgeous In the Nude Romper. This sexy little number features a bold plunging v-neckline accented by peekaboo lace and flowing butterfly sleeves. An eye-catching sheer overlay accents your legs, showing them off beautifully.

Rompers not really your thing? No worries. We're totally all about the jumpsuit game, especially when it comes to our Kickin' It Jumpsuit in Brick. This bad gal brings blush to a rich new level, infusing a totally kicked back jumpsuit with this flirtatious hue. With its wide-leg design and super soft feel, this baby is certain to be a part of your Spring Future.

Looking for something a little more daring for your Spring fashion forecast? Look no further than the Double Crossed Maxi Dress. This totally gorgeous gown is designed with a flattering fit-and-flare design that hugs your curves in all the right ways. A wrap front and high side slit give this dress an extra hit of femininity, making it totally perfect for any gal who wants in on the blush trend for Spring.

But It's Not All Black and White
Sometimes your future can be hard to predict - especially when it comes to the ever-changing world of fashion.

 


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