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As a busy mom of two, I like to have go to outfits that I can just pull out of the closet and be ready to go. But I also want to look great too. I mean who says you can't look cute and be comfy to just go pick the kids up from school. You don't want to wear you "grungies" because who knows what will happen from the time you leave the house to get the kids until you get back home. I grew up in the 80's when it was cool to wear the big shirts with leggings underneath. I am so glad that this look has come back in style. And now, with No nonsense tights and leggings, you can look stylish and be comfortable at the same time.
These are two outfits that I would love to wear. The outfit on the left would be great for day time such as a trip to the store or for picking up the kids. The one on the right is a little more dressy and would be a cute date night outfit. Both outfits feature a cute pair of No nonsense leggings. No nonsene tights and leggins are very affordable and can be found at food and drug stores as well as mass retail stores.
No nonsense is now partnering with fashion expert Jill Martin. Here is a little bit about the partnership: Jill Martin to Be Brand Ambassador and Style Expert for Launch of New Tights & Leggings Greensboro, N.C. (July, 2012) – There is a new face of No nonsense. She is stylish yet practical, has her finger on the pulse of the latest trends, and is seen by millions of women as someone to turn to in the event of a fashion crisis. Her name is Jill Martin and she will be assisting No nonsense this fall with educating women on how to wear the brand’s new colorful and high-impact tights and leggings through several exciting initiatives. As the new brand ambassador, Jill will be featured in a series of online vignettes that show women how to wear the latest trends that include colored tights and essential leggings. Not just a fashion expert, Jill is also an Emmy Award-winning TV personality and co-author of the New York Times bestselling style guide “I Have Nothing to Wear!” She is also the New York Correspondent for Access Hollywood.