Five favorites from this month: April

Hello, it’s me Bad to the Blonde. April shopping brings endless May outfits. Don’t let the rain dampen your laundry or suede boots with this currently loving list.

Baggy boots belong this season

Accessorize this spring with the slouchy wardrobe staple. Level up your legs if your wearing black denim and a cut off tee, or cover up colorless shins before summer with a knee high pair. Leggings with slouchy boots and a white tank is a supermodel street style look that can go from yoga to lunch. Brown boots aren’t seasonal anymore with baggy being so bold.

Waves on waves

A one inch wand will give you the perfect beach waves. I’ve bought three different sizes in this curling wand because it heats up fast and the ceramic coating curls hair quickly. No damage and hair stays for days. Priced perfect at $32.99 and creates loose waves like a professional.

Lint free laundry

Dryer sheets are the devil. The chemicals are linked to cancer and don’t belong on the clothes in my closet. But the dog hair is a big problem. So is the lint on my leggings and struggle with tangled bed sheets. Grab these balls and problems solved.

Sculptural sipping style

Shapely is not just for a word for form fitting fashion. Sculptural home decor can dupe as deck furniture and the durability is worth every dollar. Concrete coffee tables create comfortable curves for cozying up inside or outside. The industrial look and etched lines make it look less chunky than other pedestal tables without the base sacrificing space. Cement is so cool.

The pant you need

Low rise is back and it’s baggy athleisure look is for any body. Here’s why you need this chic bottom. Cargo jeans are not as comfortable as this wide leg street style. The camo print can be styled with a tucked in oversized tee, colorful crop top, and heels, sandals or slouchy boots with the drawstring cuff ankle detail. See? These pants have every trend. Pun intended.

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