Hi friends and Happy Wednesday! This is the post that almost didn’t happen. I was so tired last night, the last thing I wanted to do was write a blog post. I looked in my photos and saw these two ways to style the Spanx kick flare jeans and knew I had to share them with you.
A kick flare is one of my absolute favorite styles of pants. I have quite a few in my closet, and I have three pairs from Spanx. The white kick flare (that you can’t see through AT ALL), the “Perfect Pant” Kick Flare and the new Kick Flare Jeans. Why do I love them? They’re a great way to have a flare without going all out, and especially if you are on the petite side.
The first way I styled them was with this cute blouse from Gibsonlook that is great for casual wear, but will also make a great work wear piece. It also layers beautifully and the colors slightly muted and perfect for fall. I always wear an XS in tops from Gibson. You can use my code LISA10 for 10% off the top and use LISAXSPANX for 10% off the Spanx website.
The second look I styled the kick flare jeans with an Air Essentials peplum top, also from Spanx. If you haven’t felt the Air Essentials line yet, you are missing out. These pieces are crazy soft and comfortable. I love to travel in them or wear them for an elevated athleisure look. They’re coming out with more pieces like this peplum top though that can be worn more “dressy”.
The sandals I’m wearing in both of these are the shoes I wore with my Mother of the Bride dress. They were perfect. I knew I would be on my feet all day and it was absolutely the right decision. These sandals are really fun because they go with practically everything. I’ve worn them repeatedly since the wedding.
SHOP THESE SPANX KICK FLARE JEANS LOOKS
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