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Transition to Spring with Leading Lady

by ErinStieglitz on May 02, 2018

Spring has officially arrived so it’s time to clean out those closets and get a fresh perspective on your personal style. Don’t panic if you’re not the type of gal to change your whole wardrobe for trends that will go as fast as they come. A lot of your winter clothes can be used to seamlessly transition into spring, while incorporating some fun new looks for the season.

Leading Lady Scalloped Lace Full Figure BraOne of our favorite trends, high waisted shorts and pants, will be everywhere this spring. Incorporate tops you already own, such as button down blouses, light v-neck sweaters, and throw over cardigans for the cooler days. This look will certainly show off your curves.  Go all the way and embrace this sexy vibe by wearing the Scalloped Lace Underwire Full Figure Bra underneath. For a fun twist, tie the bottom portion of your button down top where your shorts meet your shirt. It will give the illusion of a crop top, while not actually showing any skin! If you want to add some extra coverage, try layering with our wirefree shelf bra tank underneath.

The best part about entering a new season is that all of your favorite Leading Lady styles are on sale! Use code HOP25 to save on the classic styles that will help you stay on trend from the intimates, out.

Happy Shopping!

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