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Chico’s New Arrivals: Casual Spring Looks Styled For You!

Today, we’re taking a deep dive into the latest spring fashion with a look at what’s new at Chico’s. If you’ve ever shopped at Chico’s, you know they always have a lot of great pants, and this season, the selection has never been better.

Here are some of the latest styles of pants, and some casual spring looks we have styled for you!

 

white eyelet pants, yellow top

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Eyelet Ankle Pants

Eyelet is always a spring favorite, and one of the loveliest ways to wear it is these feminine, eyelet ankle pants.

The delicate cutouts at the hem make them a great way to dress up a look. I’ve styled them here with this sunny yellow boho tunic.

Gold sandals, plus this classy bag and earrings make beautiful finishing touches.

 

 

blue pants, blue print top from Chico's

 

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Embroidered Slim Crop Jeans

For the gal who isn’t afraid to wear a punch of bright, these intense azure blue jeans are for you. They are similar to the eyelet jeans we just saw but are embroidered instead. They’re also crop style, so they are a little shorter to show your ankles and these cute white strappy sandals.

I’ve paired them with the lively blue print blouse, fun, dangly summer earrings, and this airy summer tote. Get ready to make your entrance!

 

 

 

white print pants white tee - Chico's

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Leaf Etch Ankle Pants

Print Pants are nice for summer, especially when they are more subtle than loud,  like this sleek leaf print tone-on-tone pair.

When your pants have a busy print, it’s really important to keep everything else very simple and neutral so the pants are the star. That’s why I went with a plain, but not boring, white tee. Then, I added woven accessories, and mainly gold and white jewelry.

 

 

khaki linen pants and white tee

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Linen Pants

Linen pants are a summer go-to to keep you cool and looking classy. This lovely taupe pair wit the peek-a-boo cropped hem looks fresh and beachy. If you like lots of color in the summer, this orange print top adds a bold, fun feel.

Go all out with your statement look by adding a woven orange bag, textured sandals, and some playful earrings.

 

 

pink top and white fray jeans

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White Fray Hem Jeans

For gals who prefer a minimalist look, these cropped white fray-hem jeans are very chic. I love them with this simple front tie tee in stunning fuchsia. Gorgeous white accessories with touches of gold amp up this casual look and make it timeless.

Be sure to check out Chico’s for many more great spring looks!

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4 thoughts on “Chico’s New Arrivals: Casual Spring Looks Styled For You!

  1. I absolutely love your style and the way you put things together! I get so many ideas for shopping. Have a great day!

    1. Hi Joanne, so nice to meet you and I’m thrilled you are getting some ideas. With so. much out there it can be overwhelming. As you can see I like simple, classic style with a modern twist and a nice shot of color. Great to know you can relate to that. Please let me know if there is any brand or type of clothing you would like me to model! Cheers, Deb

  2. Deborah,

    I love Chicos pants! My go to is the Brigitte basic slit ankle pants. I am petite with long legs, so I get the regular because they fit better and the length for me is perfect. I have one pair that is crop, with eyelet at the bottom. Very cute for spring/summer, especially with espadrilles. Cheers!

    1. Hi Carolyn, I think many women don’t realize what a great selection of pants Chico’s has. In fact, the other day a woman stopped me in the store and asked me what white pants I was wearing, and when I says Chico’s she was rather shocked. I do love the Brigitte too. I love a slim pant, and that little slit makes them so chic. Thanks for dropping by and chatting. I love hearing from my followers and what they are interested in! Cheers, Deborah

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