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Jennifer Lopez's Niyama Sol Lace Print Leggings and Gold Trim Quay Sunglasses Look for Less

Major workout style!
Anyone else struggling to keep up with at-home workouts? We found this photo of JLo (taken in January) to motivate us! The sultry lace print of her Niyama Sol leggings helps bring sexy back during the days inside, and Jennifer's exact match is 30% off right now (use code SPRING at checkout). The detailed design of the pants paired with a simple tied up black tank is the cutest combo!



Spring Pajamas Under $25

Spring pajamas under $25! Might as well...
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I'm doing my best to stay positive and productive during these uncertain times. So, comfy new jammies it is! I also want to encourage responsible spending, so all my picks are under $25 - this adorable sloth sleep shirt is just $6.44.



Elsa Hosk's Burberry Trench, Prada Bag, and Wide Leg Pants Look for Less

such cute street style!
Elsa Hosk showcased her model-off-duty style while out and about February 27th. This cozy laid-back look with vibrant pink elements - like this highly rated sweatshirt - is great for a casual weekend stroll. Her Burberry trench is a staple that can be thrown over any outfit, and this look-a-like comes with a reasonable price tag and same chic vibe!



Selena Gomez's Terracotta Pant Suit and Yellow Hoops Look for Less

Terracotta is fresh hue for Spring and Summer!
Spotted back in January, Selena Gomez's sleek terracotta suit is so fresh and fun! This warm hue is shaping up to be the color of the summer. We particularly love her bright twist on traditional attire. Her yellow hoops add a beautiful, sunny contrast - and our pick is 40% at Loft right now!



Romee Strijd's Olive Jacket, Louise Vuitton Purse, and Combat Boots Look for Less

Romee Strijd's olive jacket, mom jeans and combat boots look for less
Model Romee Strijd looks ready for combat in her olive jacket, dark denim and combat boots. It's a sartorial sentiment we can relate to given the current state of the world right now. And while streetstyle certainly isn't a priority (note: this photo was snapped back in October), we can all use a little fashion diversion from time to time, which is why we'll continue to create and share content with you. Stay healthy and safe - we got this.