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Spring Fashion for Gals in their 30’s

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Top picks of mom fashion or for women in their 30’s this spring, from dresses to purses, to shoes to shorts!

Spring Fashion for Moms

If you’ve struggled with how to dress in your 30s like I have before, then I’m so glad that you’re here.

In my “Fashion for Moms” post where I chat about mom clothes and what stores I love to shop at… I mentioned a lot of my favorites.

Since then, I’ve had readers ask if I’d update my favorites and current style trends for the season, and considering I’m a CHRONIC people-pleaser… here we go!

Now, if you missed my post the other day with my favorite spring picks from Nordstrom, I recommend you head over there too, because there were SO many goodies, that I had to dedicate an entire blog post to it.

    Spring Fashion for Women in their 30s

    So can you wear these if you’re NOT in your 30’s?

    Of course.

    But I specifically say “30’s” because I’m in my mid-thirties and I’ve struggled for a while trying to figure out if I should dress like I’m in my twenties, or older than I am.

    Plus, I’ve often found that so many others in their 30’s are asking the same question I was, so I like to put the age out there to capture those wanting a specific age group of fashion trends!

    So now that I’ve found the “style” that I like, no matter if I’m in my thirties, forties or even fifties, I don’t think my “style” will ever change. It may just have a few adjustments here and there… depending on what I feel comfortable (yet stylish) in.

    My Spring Fashion Picks…

    If you see something you like, I’ve made it easy for you! Just click on the image and it will take you right to it!

    Something sold out? Let me know and I’ll see if I can find something similar for you!

    A Few Notes About The Items:

    Eeeek! Aren’t those so cute!?

    Here are a few thoughts that I have about some of the items…

    • I’ve actually noticed there are a LOT of dark colors and black and white trends this season. So my normal “pastel” favorites were actually hard to find.

    • The black and white striped dress looks MUCH better without the tights and boots. Take a look at the photos that customers upload from their recent purchases, and look at just how cute this dress is in real life.

    • At stores like LOFT, they’ll usually offer a MAJOR discount for those who sign up for their email list. So don’t forget about that extra savings!

    • You may have noticed that I included a couple of items from Amazon. (The nude shoes and the nude handbag.) I’m AMAZED at the adorable fashion and affordable fashion that Amazon has.
    • I’ve even been tempted to try their subscription service, Prime Wardrobe, but haven’t pulled the plug. Have you

    Favorite Stores for Women in Their 30’s

    So you can see that there’s a mixture of items from LOFT, Target, Chicwish and other well-known stores. These are my go-to’s when I need to refresh my closet. They’re affordable, run amazing sales, and always carry a style that I feel comfortable in.

    Do you have a favorite store that I haven’t mentioned? I’d love to hear it. It could be that I’ve completely forgotten about it, and need to be reminded of it’s awesomeness!

    Drop a note in the comments below and let me know!

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    3 thoughts on “Spring Fashion for Gals in their 30’s

    1. Megan says:

      Great post Jess! I hit 30 not long ago and know exactly what you mean about not wanting to look too young or too matronly! It is hard to find stores (and outfits!) that hit the perfect in between!

      One thing that I read somewhere really helped me. It said if any aspect of your outfit is really young and trendy (or alternately a little more mature) balance it with an element that’s not. For example a lace dress can look matronly if it’s below the knee and high neck. But if below the knee with a deep V neck it looks younger. Or when wearing a mini skirt, to keep from looking like a teenager, balance with a graphic tee/sweater/etc with a higher neck vs a strappy tank. Or if the outfit is classic add trendy accessories and vice versa. This formula has really solved a lot of dilemmas for me when I felt like I looked too much like a teenager or old lady! Hope it helps other 30-somethings too!

      1. Jessica Burgess says:

        Hi Megan! How am I just now seeing your comment!? I’m so sorry!

        LOVE all of this advice and it makes perfect sense! Thank you!! XO

      2. This is GREAT advice, and for another good reason … it simply forces you to think outside the box and maybe repurpose some of those accessories that have been collecting dust because you only wear them with certain outfits. Mixing it up is so fun. I just turned 50, but I’m sticking with 30s style for now. 😉

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