While I love my workout leggings as much as the next girl, I don’t always want to be wearing them when I’m not working out. I don’t know about you guys, but I need a little variety! Even outside of the gym my day to day routine is pretty low key. When I’m not at the hospital, I’m usually out running errands, or working at home on my brand. So needless to say, I don’t spend a lot of time getting ready–I just want to look cute and be comfortable! Ya know?
For me, that almost always includes jeans, a cute top, and then sneakers or flats. I partnered with Lee Jeans and JCPenney for their #MoveYourLee campaign, and gave their new Dream Jeans a try. Besides jeans being a wardrobe staple for me, this campaign really resonated with me because it focuses on not taking life too seriously, and finding ways to really feel your best and most confident no matter what you’re doing. For me, a lot of that has to do with just feeling comfortable in my own skin, and what I’m wearing plays a big role in that. I mean, that is probably one of the reasons that I gravitate towards jeans, sneakers, and a casual tee most of the time. It’s what I feel most comfortable and most like myself in.
The Dream Jeans from Lee ended up being super comfortable, fit my waist and thigh (I feel like I always have an issue finding jeans that fit both), and they carry longs in some of their styles so it was a win all around! Another reason I love jeans in general is because they are an easy transitional piece. So many of us are constantly on the go, so it’s nice to have pieces that work well with a variety of outfits and from day to night. Below are two outfits that I styled wearing their Faith Dream skinny jean.
What outfit do you guys feel most like yourself in? A dress and heels? Gym clothes? Jeans and a t-shirt? If you’re like me and love a good pair of denim, I’d definitely look into Lee’s new collection. Very comfortable and stretchy material, a variety of styles and colors, and they are credit card friendly! 🙂 View their collection at any JCPenney store or online!
This post was sponsored on behalf of Lee Jeans and JCPenney but as always, all opinions and thoughts are my own.