Pammy Blogs Beauty: JustFab Spring Haul: Shorts and Flats!

Monday, April 22, 2013

JustFab Spring Haul: Shorts and Flats!

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image source: JustFab

Has it been a warm Spring for you? It has been a surprising cold Spring here in Atlanta, GA! Plus, I am one of those people who is cold all the time, lol! Good think that I live in the South!!! Once it gets warm enough, I can't wait to wear these recent selections from JustFab! I am just one of those people that is cold all the time, lol. So, the short shorts will have to wait for warm weather. :)

JustFab is an online fashion site and styling service. They offer trendy and affordable shoes, handbags, jewelry, jeans, and accessories to subscribers (called VIP members). When you sign up to become a VIP member,  you take a style quiz. Then JustFab pairs you with a stylist who creates a personalized online boutique for you to shop from. Everything on the site is $39.95!!! You will be charged a monthly fee (unless you elect to "skip a month" then you won't be charged) which gives you credit for one item. So, that is one monthly fee for one item (not an item plus an additional fee). Of course, you could always purchase more than one item a month. They seem to have a lot of 2 for/ $39.95 deals, too. So, you can almost always find a good sale!

To hear about my recent JustFab Haul, please keep reading!

JustFab April Selections:
This month, I selected JustFab's absolutely adorable Classic Cuffed polka dot denim shorts and the cute and unique Astoria flat.

Classic Cuffed Denim Shorts: Polka Dot:
OMG! These are like the cutest shorts ever!!! I seriously can't wait for it to warm up more so that I can wear these. 

Polka Dots are a great way to wear the printed denim trend. These shorts are whimsy and somewhat trendy with the polka dots. Yet, they have a very classic and polished look! They are absolutely perfect and I just adore them! 

The Fit and Quality:
Once again, I am blown away with JustFab's quality for apparel. The denim is so soft and just feels like good quality material. They definitely look and feel more expensive than they are. 

As far as the fit, I find that they run just a bit big. I ordered a 26. However, I think that the 25 would probably fit me better. With that said, the loose fit is actually really comfortable. So, it just depends on how you like to wear your shorts. I have found JustFab to be very accommodating with returns. So, if they don't fit, you just simply go online to request and download a return label and then send them back for an exchange! :) I have exchanged once before with JustFab and the process took about a week with shipping.

  • inseam:  2 1/2"
  • front rise: 9"
  • back rise: 13 1/2": love this! The back is higher than the front. So, you don't have to worry about them slipping down too low when you bend over
  • leg opening: 9"
  • cotton spandex blend for stretch
  • runs a little big: I would say order down a size. However, use your own judgement. It depends on how you like your clothes to fit. 
 image source: JustFab
The Astoria Flat:
These adorable flats are so unique!!! They look so cool on! They are an open toed flat with transparent sides. They give the appearance of a sandal but they are an enclosed flat. So cool and modern!!! They are completely different from all other shoes in my shoe collection and I just love that! They almost have a Mod look to them. The overall looks is very contemporary! I love these with skinnies or with cropped pants and jeans. So cute! I found that they run true to size. They are a bit stiff at first but get more comfortable with wear.

Overall, I just love my JustFab selections this month!!! Can't wait for next month's boutique already. :)

Here are some more of my other favorite Spring/Summer 2013 Shoe Selections from JustFab!!! What JustFab shoes do you have your eye on for Spring and Summer?

As always, thanks for reading!


Chantel said...

I love those shorts!

Pammy BlogsBeauty said...

Thanks Chantel! I have a feeling they will become my faves this summer! :)

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