Blair’s Affordable Spring Fashions

affordable spring fashions

Happy Thursday, everyone.  Today I am going to show you Blair’s affordable spring fashions.

I know that many of you think of Blair when you are looking for affordable spring fashions.

They sent a long a few pieces for me to show with you.

San Antonio is really into spring…it is warm and lovely outside…so Tux and I went out to soak in a little sun.

Blair’s clothing is perfect for the outdoor active woman who desires to look nice and stay within a budget for her clothing purchases.

So let’s get started…..


affordable spring fashions

When Blair introduced the Denim Ease collection, it soon became popular for fit, comfort and affordable fashion.

I am wearing the Denim Ease Eyelet Hem Jeans and they come in Misses, Petites, and Women’s sizes.

They are very comfy, and perfect for taking Tux out and about.

The touch of fun on the hemline and lighter denim really speaks that these are for springtime and summer.

A nice design touch.

You might have noticed the red bud blooming in the distance, so it is fun to wear some blooms as well.

I have not tried on the Cropped Mid-Rise Flare Pants, but I would like to.  They look like they are a good fit in the medium wash.

I am considering placing an order today to see how they are….the sale below is the reason why.



affordable spring fashions

The last time I wrote about Blair, several of you commented that you like the Alfred Dunner selections for affordable fashions.

I cropped this photo so that you, so that you could see the lovely floral design on this Alfred Dunner navy top.

This is the Alfred Dunner Bright Idea Floral Embroidered Top.  The only thing I have done different is to remove the jewelry…which removes easily if you want that option.

It is a nice medium weight knit which is several in some affordable fashion tops.  It did not wrinkle at all while I played with Tux in the yard.


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One of my favorite pages on Blair’s website would be the shoe page for more affordable fashion and more comfortable fashion.

My Easy Spirit Traveltime mules are originally from Blair…I have already shared how successful they were for traveling to Cabo. 

They are really comfortable and great when you need easy on easy off.  Blair carries them in seven colors.

affordable fashions

They also sent along these Keds Double Decker Suede Slip Ons for me to try.

This shoe is available in three colors.

And a leather version of the black and white shoe would be the Stacy Adams Halden Leather  which comes in a very cool cognac version that I like better than the black.

Blair is ready to offer you fun, quality, affordable fashion styles for spring.  

You should check them out if you are looking for spring affordable fashion ….and just to have a little fun.

Thanks for joining me today…more fun tomorrow for Fashion Friday…hope to see you then1


By Pamela Lutrell

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  1. Oh no! Blair doesn’t sell petite size 0/2 or petite xs. And their shoes don’t come in sizes below 6. So I can’t wear anything. Not fun.

  2. I did not know that Blair carries Alfred Dunner products. I find Alfred Dunner at my Belk’s store. I like your navy top and embroidered bottoms pants. Larger bottom pants are beginning to grow on me although I still don’t care for very large bottoms. Those cropped flare pants are not too much in my opinion.

  3. We have shopped the Blair catalog for my mom… but have not found much in the way of smaller petite sizes. When she was able to get herself dressed, she liked the easy-on easy-off styles.

  4. My mom lived Blair…but she was not petite. I will have some petite styles to show everyone tomorrow in a different brand.

  5. Come back tomorrow, Susan. Leigh Ann returns to model some petite styles!

  6. Pamela, that is a cute outfit, you look great! I didn’t know Blair also sold clothing for men, and home goods.
    I’m a little jealous you have red bud trees blooming already, but yesterday was over 70 degrees here, so I won’t complain. 🙂
    Thanks for all the news articles yesterday. I don’t usually read them until the weekend, but I saw several that look interesting!

  7. We don’t have Blair stores up here in the Fort Worth area, but I’m glad to know about them. I’m trying to replace most of my shoes, due to some similar foot issues to yours. I really like those Keds suede slip-ons and plan to try them in the lighter color. They call it grey, but on my screen it’s more of a neutral beige. Thanks for sharing these affordable options.

    BTW, if you haven’t been to JJill lately they have a lot of new items in our “autumn” colors. There’s a new tan jacket that looks a lot like something you would wear – thought you might want to check it out. So many shades of greens and neutrals, and better fabrics than they’ve had recently. I spent too much, but love all the pieces I got and can’t wait to wear them!

  8. Have you seen coldwater creek new catalog ?. Some cute dresses for dressy occasions and shrugs or toppers to match for your wedding and also casual and lots of great looks for casual chic fashion and SHOES,! They have sale priices too . their quality is good and sizes run big . I size down I like the blair choices but some of them are just too boxy for my short body !

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