Welcome to the last Fashion Friday in April! So, let’s go on one more shopping trip and see the JJILL May Collection with Leigh & Me.
We are trying on clothing for you and did our best to select styles you might be interested in.
The store was very busy the day we entered, so we know everyone is thinking about warmer weather.
This was just a quick stop for us, but we did find a few pieces we liked.
NOTE: NOW THROUGH SUNDAY, APRIL 30, PANTS ARE 30% OFF! IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR WIDE LEG PANTS, JJILL HAS MANY SELECTIONS.
So, come with us and see what we found in the JJILL May Collection with Leigh & Me.
JJILL MAY COLLECTION WITH LEIGH & ME: BEGINNING WITH LEIGH
Of course, the JJILL May collection includes easy casual dresses to toss on and head out and about for the day.
Leigh Ann began with this Pintucked Linen Dress in a cerulean paisley floral and a size Petite Small.
Whenever we shop JJILL together, Leigh Ann heads straight for the petites and spends her time looking there.
If Leigh Ann had smaller sizes in this outfit, she would have gone down one.
This is the Wearever V-Neck Ballet-Sleeve top in a light cinnamon color and a size Petite Medium.
The pants are the Pure Jill Linen Trapunto-Stitched Pants in a size petite small…and she liked these pants alot.
The color is called light sable.
Leigh Ann has pulled this top before in other colors and understands why they have kept it in the collections going forward.
Very comfortable top. It is the Ottoman Knit Top in fern…..I like the vanilla color. She is wearing the Petite Medium.
Here pants are the High-rise Straight -Let Patch Pocket Jeans in light barley, and size Petite 8.
JJILL MAY COLLECTION WITH LEIGH & ME: MY TURN
I looked for comfort in the styles I selected and I did find comfort!
This is the Wearever Easy-Care Button-Back top in a color called banana leaf and size Misses Large.
The buttons down the back are really cute and flattering…you can see them when you go to the link.
I paired it with the Cotton canvas wide-leg crops in vanilla and a size 16.
This easy dress comes in two colors…I am wearing the banana leaf green and it also comes in a beautiful purple called cerise.
This is the Wearever Shirred-Neckline Flutter Sleeve Dress.
Every now and then, we find something in store that is next to impossible to find online.
I cannot locate this outfit online anywhere…I believe this is a new yellow called Pineapple.
The top is very flattering and would look great with denim blue.
Sorry to show you something I cannot link to…at least right now…but perhaps if you like it, you will find it in your stores.
Some may call this color drab…but I really like it. The color is called Light Dried Sage.
The pants are the Authentic Fit Slim-Leg Jeans…which come in several colors including the light dried sage.
I tried them on with the Pima 3/4 sleeve scoop neck tee in Light Dried Sage.
The ensemble is perfect for a scarf and I liked this one, but it is not online.
What is online, is another way for us to cover our arms this summer….check out the LINEN BLEND SWEATER KNIT SHRUG.
That is it for our quick stop by the JJILL May Collection today with Leigh & Me.
It is becoming more and more apparent that the clothing in-store and online may be different or sell out faster online.
We will continue to do the best we can to bring you dressing room looks.
Hope to see you tomorrow for the how would you style it? challenges with me and Jennifer…until then…
By Pamela Lutrell
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