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Can’t Wait for Spring with Monroe and Main Fashions

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Those of us still bundled up in New England feel like spring will never arrive. I have about 5 feet of snow outside my house and another foot is expected next week. With the help of Monroe and Main Spring Fashions, I can dream about warmer weather and the fun items I’ll get to wear when the snow melts.

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Luckily, Monroe and Main offers great transitional pieces that I can layer until spring arrives. Bold patters are very on trend. I chose the Green Scene Tunic to be the top of my spring outfit. The vivid design really catches the eye in a whirlwind of patterns. I love the way it is semi-fitted on the top and floats away from the waist down into what they call a “sharkbite hemline.” Any concerns I might have about a tummy pooch or love handles are completely, and stylishly hidden with this lovely top.

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For my bottoms, I chose the Stretch Cropped Pant. It has 2-way stretch fabric and a back zipper to eliminate bulk for smoother layering. They are a terrific weight to transition from winter to spring. I can wear them with boots in the colder months, and flats, wedges or sandals later in the year. They are so comfortable and slimming. 

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As an accessory, I chose the super cute Multi-Pocket Side Bag. It has enough room for my wallet, phone and a few extras. It has a magnetic snap closure, 1 zip pocket and 6 interior slots for bank cards. I love the bright color for spring and summer! I love that this outfit is so versatile as I transition from winter to spring. It can be dressed up or dressed down too.

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  1. Julie Simpson says:

    I Iove black but because of hopping around and seeing and winning i hope great clothing, ill once.

  2. Ashley Trail says:

    I love the bold colors trends this year it makes subtle pops of interest with pieces that you can easily pair with other outfits. That is always amazing. I found a green sweater dress on clearance for such an amazing steal 🙂

  3. jmahurin40 says:

    I learned The term empire waist refers to a style of dress or top that cinches at the narrow point under the bust line (right where your bra band lays). The style emphasizes one of the narrowest points on any woman’s body, and is great for shorter women because the raised waistline can create the appearance of added height. It’s also a highly recommended style for women with wider lower bodies since it draws the eye to the narrow upper body and can make the bust appear more curvy.

  4. kelsey harper says:

    I learned that patterns are your friends!

  5. I learned that bold prints and patterns are some of the most popular spring fashion trends.

  6. Laura Ari says:

    I’d love the falling for you tank top.

  7. darby says:

    shopping your closet is an excellant tip!

  8. Akila Narayanan says:

    I learned & loved the pointer that we can add more than one colored piece per outfit 🙂

  9. Linda Kish says:

    Besides the top you chose, I also like the Bateau Neck Ruched Top.

  10. Loretta Sullivan says:

    Be a little bold with mixing and matching colors.

  11. Tiffany S says:

    I learned that ankle straps are becoming popular.

  12. kathy dalton says:

    The first step to mixing and matching is going through your current wardrobe to take inventory of what you already have

  13. Michele P says:

    I would like to play with patterns to find new looks and combinations, and look for shoes etc… in patterns since that sounds kind of neat.

  14. Chery Rogers says:

    I really like the suggestions on the mix and match blog page, The one that caught my eye was using a nice extra splash of color in an accessory to bring two different pieces together.

  15. K Davis says:

    I learned that I should play with patterns and colors.

  16. Samantha Hill says:

    I learned that bright colors and boho patterns are popular for spring

  17. Jalesha says:

    I love the stained glass dress it’s so fun and flirty

  18. robyn donnelly says:

    I love the tunics and leggings at their site along with their accessories.

  19. Dawn Monroe says:

    I learned that if you are bold enough a pop of color can take your outfit to the next level. They suggested bright shoes or a hat but I couldn’t pull that off. I could do a bright handbag though.

  20. Marian says:

    Wow you look like a model! No wonder your working with thEM again:)

  21. crystal gibson says:

    I learned that you should go through your closet to find basic looks that can be paired with a new bright look to update your wardrobe.

  22. So cute! I love how you paired it with sneakers.

  23. Rebecca says:

    I love mixing a bold print with solids as shown here, and leopard print is a fashion staple in my closet!

  24. Heidi Ingalls says:

    I learned that bold prints and patterns are going to be in this season!

  25. Lyndsey says:

    I learned that flats are in style and I love the golden girl dress!

  26. Tina W says:

    I always giggle over the concept of “transitional pieces” like they mention, because I’m in Southern California. I think I have a box of old scarves and tights somewhere…..

  27. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I learned to pull out my cardigans, scarves, etc.. which are good at the beginning of spring to keep me warm. I need to go through my closet right now and finish pairing up my stuff.

  28. Terra Heck says:

    I learned that you should try pairing busy prints with more simple ones, like stripes or small polka dots, to keep the outfit from looking overwhelming. Thanks.
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  29. Trisha B. says:

    I totally love the idea of mixing and matching printed or solid fabrics.

  30. amy rouse says:

    Blazers, cardigans, tights and scarves are all spring staples that will keep you warm at the beginning of the season, and they have the added benefit of making your outfits pop.

  31. Throw in a “pop” of color. 🙂

  32. Leah says:

    I learned that I should try pairing busy prints with more simple ones for a good mix of patterns.

  33. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I love using transitional spring garments like cardigans or blazers. Great way to keep warm when the evening gets cool.

  34. Deanna says:

    I learned that there are some things that go with everything, like a black T-shirt or some straight-leg jeans, so pair them with exciting spring pieces like a colorfully printed blazer or white cropped pants.

  35. Dawn Keenan says:

    I love the Flatterille Top. The patterns and colors are really unique.

  36. Natalie says:

    I learned that the surplice neckline balances round facial features and adds length to face & neck, while also flattering all figures.

  37. hedgehogi says:

    I learned some pieces in your wardrobe will be practical for transitioning into spring such as scarves and tights!

  38. Andrea Darst says:

    I loved the idea of going through my closet and using what’s already there, especially wearing a dress over pants!

  39. heather eg kaufman says:

    There’s no rule that says you can only use one colored piece per outfit! Use color combinations you hadn’t considered before to mix and match printed or solid fabrics.

  40. Melissa M says:

    I learned to Utilize my basics

  41. chris z says:

    i want to play with patterns

  42. Deborah W. says:

    I learned it’s okay to mix and match pieces of different outfits. Pairing a blazer with jeans and flats; adding a pop of color with an accessory or shoes. It’s all great. Add new pieces and you have many more possibilities for new outfits and looks.

  43. Alice S says:

    I learned that it’s god to use patterns in unexpected places, such as on a skirt or pair of flats.

  44. golden storm says:

    i learned that while matching use basic clothing items to keep your look grounded and put together.

  45. Candy O. says:

    Love the look Jenn! You are definitely ready for spring!

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  47. Jan Lee says:

    I learned that you can try wearing items in similar colors (like blue and turquoise) or complimentary colors that can be found opposite from each other on the color wheel (like purple and yellow). Now I know why my high school’s colors were purple and yellow LOL. I always thought they were a hideous combination, but perhaps not 🙂

  48. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    It says that mixing and matching with fun, bold colors will be very popular this year. A place to start is inventorying our closets to see what we have before adding anything new and to see if one item such as a blazer or cardigan will go with several different things. Patterns and prints will be popular with the above. This sounds so fun.

  49. Jeanine says:

    I want to try adding a pop of color!

  50. Alona Y says:

    I like the idea of having patterns in unexpected places, like flats. That would be great to try.

  51. Andrea Troutman says:

    I like the tip about throwing in an unexpected pop of color, like brightly colored shoes.

  52. Joely says:

    I learned that it is okay to mix colors you may not usually try mixing and that bold is in this season!

  53. mita says:

    I learned that how to play with patterns.

  54. WENDI says:

    I LEARNED THAT MARSALA IS THE COLOR FOR THE YEAR!! and mix and match and play makes it all for a great day in clothing and fashion

  55. joti baral says:

    I learned how to Play with patterns,best tip, loved it

  56. Kortney Lah says:

    I learned to throw in something “extra” for a touch or pop of color!

  57. Dede says:

    I like the idea of trying patterns in my flats. Normally I think of those as basics, so this will be fun!

  58. sandra says:

    I learned transitional spring outfits are good for transitioning into spring

  59. M.Clark says:

    I learned that to when mixing ans matching once you know what you have in your closet, look for a few new items of clothing that would work well in several different ways with your current wardrobe items.

  60. Elizabeth J. says:

    Using bold prints and patterns is something I’d like to try this Spring even though I’m not a bold dresser.

  61. Aaron says:

    I learned that one should always throw in something unexpected for that personal pop!

  62. Rebecca Xavier says:

    I learned that it is good to play with patterns.

  63. Soha MOlina says:

    The first step to mixing and matching is going through your current wardrobe to take inventory of what you already have.

  64. Laura H says:

    I learned that pairing a busy print + a simple print can work out really well! 🙂

  65. When mixing and matching to create new outfits, use basic clothing items to keep your look grounded and put together.

  66. Tricia G says:

    I learned that Ankle Straps are becoming more popular (yay)!

  67. Kristin Goodson says:

    I need to play with patterns more! Reading that you can mixed patterns has sparked my interest and I need to incorporate them into my wardrobe more. I would like to mix stripes w/ some polka dots!

  68. livivua says:

    the hardest part for me is to go through my closet first…lol

  69. Laura says:

    I love the advice to pairing busy prints with more simple ones, like stripes or small polka dots, to keep the outfit from looking overwhelming. It’s not something I would have been brave enough to try on my own for fear I would do it wrong.

  70. Tammy Schweitzer Catterton says:

    Play with colors color is a good thang also too play with patterns plus use basics items also great combo

  71. Kristin says:

    I love the idea of mixing and matching patterns! That’s a bold step, but I want to try it!

  72. Heather Baker says:

    I like that I can tie in some scarves into my spring look. I’ve been on a major scarf kick here lately.

  73. Patty says:

    I learned to take an inventory of what I already have.

    You look great in that top!

  74. Julie M says:

    I learned that ankle strap are in this Spring, which is great because I just bought a pair! lol! You look great in that outfit!

  75. rochelle haynes says:

    I learned that When mixing and matching to create new outfits, use basic clothing items to keep your look grounded and put together. There are some things that go with everything, like a black T-shirt or some straight-leg jeans, so pair them with exciting spring pieces like a colorfully printed blazer or white cropped pants.

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