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Joe Fresh for JCP Spring 2014 Lookbook


Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

JCPenney has been in the news lately for good reasons for a change: The company's shares are up 70% since Feb. 4 and there are other signs that the big box retailer is finally making a slow recovery. They've got a new campaign "When it fits, you feel it" which you may have seen debut during the Oscars - and it seems to be resonating with customers. All this made me remember that I had yet to post the Joe Fresh spring 2014 lookbook showcasing some of the latest spring trend pieces available now. This is one of my favorite lines to be picked up by JCP because the pieces are modern yet classic and super affordable. Highlights include a nautical striped sheath dress ($29), print slim-fit pants ($39), and coral trench ($49), to name a few. Click on over to JCPENNEY.COM to see the entire collection, plus plenty of winter pieces on clearance and other spring items already on sale.
Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Joe Fresh at JCPenney Spring 2014 Look Book Images

Photos courtesy of JCPenney
Comments
Yes yes! Love the simplicity of these looks! Way to go Joe Fresh! : )

Kayla
www.lovelucygirl.com
#1 Kayla (Homepage) on 2014-03-12 10:14 (Reply)
I am so glad JCP is going back to their roots a bit. I will never understand why they messed with a good thing, but that's been rehashed enough, ha. I have bought more there in the past 2 months than I have in probably 2 years, so things are looking up!
#2 Elizabeth on 2014-03-12 10:38 (Reply)
So cute! I don't have a Joe Fresh near me so I'm excited to shop it at JCPenney.- J
#3 2 Girls in 2 Cities (Homepage) on 2014-03-12 10:43 (Reply)
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