Mom Friendly Fashion with @BeNononsense

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of No nonsense for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Fashion is not my thing y’all.  I am that girl in jeans and a sweater.  I have decided that I really need to amp up my style this year.  So I racked my brain to come up with a mom friendly version of “fashion”.  My eyes immediately went to colorful accessories.  So this way the plain jane sweaters that I already own will work in my new “look”.  Score one for mom.  The second problem is that I live in the country.  Where does a rural mom find fashionable items?  Imagine my excitement when I realized that No nonsense tights and leggings are available at food and drug stores.  Now my outfits can center around comfortable yet fashionable bottom wear!  Plus the leggings and tights from No nonsense are affordable…let’s face it…moms need affordable fashion.  So I put together a few “mom friendly” looks that I think I may try in the new year. 


The one above started with a pair of No nonsense tights in black, a plain jane sweater dress, and then I added in great color in the accessories.  I think I can live in an outfit like that!  What about being fashionable on days where you just want comfort?  Enter the No nonsense leggings.  Soft cotton and oh so comfortable.  The look below started with the leggings and then I added in stripes cause I am a stripes girl.  A few pops of yellow to make it fashionable and this one can go from lounging around the house to lunch with your BFF.


No nonsense is also partnering with Jill Martin as a brand ambassador.  Jill is a fashion expert who knows how to be fashionable without spending a fortune.  Jill will be providing tips on the No nonsense facebook page and twitter feed.  So if you are interesting in ways to incorporate No nonsense tights and leggings in your wardrobe be sure to follow along with No nonsense on Facebook
So I want to know — will you try to be more stylish in the new year?  Any advice for a poor mom who has lost her sense of style?



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