Chico’s casual chic for my everyday life

Chico's Casual Chic

Welcome, friends and happy Thursday!  Today I am sharing about how Chico’s casual chic style is perfect for my everyday life!

Chico’s casual chic spring collection 2022 is lovely and so perfect for me to wear not only for events but also for my everyday living.

I discovered so many pieces in this collection which I love to wear. 

CHICO’S CASUAL CHIC: NO-IRON LINEN

Chico's casual chic

I am wearing the No-Iron Metallic Shirt in Sand from the No-Iron linen collection.

These pieces are perfect for warmer climates and can be worn with confidence…you will look great at the end of the day as you did at the beginning.

The sand color is such a beautiful option to white for those of us who wear warm colors.

I paired it with the Tank Sweater in Neutral…it is still on sale and such a beautiful layering piece for all year!

These pieces together are definitely Chico’s casual chic at it’s best for everyday living….

Chico's casual chic

Like shopping for Easter baskets!

I love the neutral colors with the So Slimming Brigitte Ankle Pants in Envy Green. 

Like the tops, these pants are Chico’s casual chic that wear well…no wrinkles and look perfect all day long.

They are available in seven colors…I am considering adding one more I like the wear so much…lightweight and cool.

I am also so glad to add the Gold and Green Pendant Necklace to this look and my wardrobe!

If you look closely at the picture from the website, you will so a large gold hook…it easily converts the necklace from long to short.

So versatile, and so Chico’s casual chic!  AND IT IS ON SALE AT A GREAT PRICE!

Here are more style from the spring collection that would work for your everyday life….

Hope you enjoyed running errands with me today…I love to look my best in Chico’s casual chic style….

KEEP SMILING, EVERYONE!

By Pamela Lutrell

Disclaimer:  I was provided clothing for this post, but the words are my own.

Chico's casual chic

12 Comments

  1. So pretty and fresh! I love wearing linen shirts as a third piece. I have to find a way to make getting dressed in the winter this much fun! Coming up on our spring shopping trip weekend (next month), and I’ll have to check out the linen shirts from the no-iron collection at Chico’s. All of mine are from JJill. I don’t mind a few wrinkles, but no-iron would be nice!!

    1. Hi Karen! I am really impressed with these shirts! And love this color in my wardrobe…these are all workhorse pieces for spring and summer.

  2. You look very Spring-like today with your colorful green pants. I have not bought any of the no-iron linen but know many women on the Chico’s site praise the line as well as the Bridgette pants. Chico’s jewelry is always so unique and versatile. Being able to wear it short or long is such a nice concept. You must have been Easter shopping for those precious grand babies!

  3. Happy Thursday, Pam! 🌼 You look terrific in this outfit, and I love that shade of green pants. You weren’t kidding about the necklace being on a good sale! I am excited for today, as it marks the return, after 2 years, of our neighborhood ladies’ monthly lunch get-together. Expecting mid-seventies and full sun, so I have pulled out my happiest yellow and white patterned blouse to go over ankle length dark denim, a lightweight white cardigan and my yellow purse. Feeling festive and springy!

  4. That metallic sand shirt looks very versatile. I could see it with white pants, gold sandals and pearls for a dressier occasion.

  5. I love the green pants and when I next go out I’ll try them on for fit!
    I typically wear three quarter sleeve tees or sleeveless blouses in cooler materials in tge gear we have in July through September. Must get myself moving for some newer looks!

    1. I really like these pants, Paulette! Super comfy and I believe I can style them in many ways! Hope you get to try them on!!

  6. Nice outfit that looks great on you. I have recently learned to love linen shirts, either on their own or layered over a tank top. I find the fabric very cool in the summer. I recently tried on a button down high/low midi summer linen dress in a neutrral tan colour with subtle white accents that caught my eye. However when I tried it on it was a bit shorter in the front that I am comfortable wearing. I purchased it anyway, as I plan to wear it as a duster over slim ankle pants/jeans or even a plain coloured sheath dress. I never would have thought of wearing it as a long duster had the lovely sales lady not made the suggestion. I think it may end up being one of my favorite new spring/summer purchases. Linen is also very packable for trips due to its light weight. Hang it on a hanger a steamy bathroom after a shower, and it will become less wrinkled from being folded in a suitcase. The natural wrinkled effect of linen seems less noticeable when worn as a layering piece.

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