Best of March: Reader Favorites

Well, we made it to April! Do you have any good April Fool’s Day pranks up your sleeve? I’m not much of a fan of them, to be honest. Probably because I’m gullible and always fall for them. I’ll do my best to be on my guard today.

Meanwhile, let’s take a look back at what was popular in March. Did you score any of these?

Top Ten Reader Favorites: March 2024

These were the ten best sellers, based on the number of orders made through each of these links. They’re listed in typical Top Ten order, with the most popular one last.

also wearing: PAIGE jeans (29) // straw clutch

#10. Wendy Stripe Blouse // This breezy blouse is an Evereve exclusive, and it looks great with white or blue denim. I’ve also worn it with olive pants. It runs true to size; I have the small.

#9. Vionic Merlot Sandal // These chunky sandals have arch support and a memory foam footbed, so they’re great for those with finicky feet. I sized down half, as I typically do in slides, but I’d say they run pretty true to size.

#8. Palma A Dora Sleeveless Sheath Dress // I have this sheath in the white from last year, and when I saw the black with contrast stitching, I knew I had to add it to my closet. It’s a lightweight linen blend, and it’s flattering and easy to dress up or down. I sized up to a medium to have a little more wiggle room, so I’d say it’s TTS or size up if in between.

#7. Bambi Raffia Buckle Slide // I love the raffia sandal trend, and these raffia flats with the scalloped edges and tortoiseshell buckle are summer perfection! They have some padding under the strap and on the footbed, so they’re also quite comfortable for a flat sandal. They run true to size.

#6. Treasure & Bond V-Neck Sweater // I’m so sorry this sweater is low inventory! It’s such a nice transition piece. If you can nab your size, I would definitely recommend it. It looks great worn alone or as a base layer, as shown HERE. It runs true to size, or size down for a closer fit. I have the small.

also wearing: sweater (S) // sandals (7.5) // similar belt // straw clutch

#5. ‘Ab’Solution Frayed High Waist Ankle Flare Jeans // These under $100 ecru kick flares make a nice addition to any spring wardrobe. The frayed hem and off-white shade are on trend for spring, and they can be dressed up or down and worn in a variety of ways. They’re TTS or size down if in between; I have the 6.

also wearing: leopard blouse (S) // similar pumps

#4. Pintucked Sutton Flare Pants // For more elevated looks, these flattering trousers with a leg-lengthening pintuck detail down the front are made of a comfortable stretch fabric. I like the subtle textured pattern and the versatile off-white shade. They’re TTS or size down if in between; I have the 6. Oh, and they also happen to be 50% off today!

also wearing: jacket (S) // sweater (S) // sandals (8) // straw clutch

#3. Meg Wide Leg // Wow, the pants are really ranking this month! This pair is so good for those wanting to dip a toe into the wide leg trend… See what I did there? 😉 They’re slimmer than most through the hips and thighs, which is flattering on those of us who prefer more structure in our pants, but they still read as a wide leg. They also have the carpenter-style front pockets that are trending right now. They run TTS or size down if in between; I have the 6.

also wearing: PAIGE jeans (29) // Madewell tee (S) // similar belt // straw clutch

#2. Boxy Cargo Jacket // I love everything about this jacket, from the gorgeous washed pink color to the flattering fit and subtle cargo details. It’s also nice and stretchy and comfortable to wear all day. In fact, I’ve even traveled in it. It’s TTS; I have the small.

And THE Top Seller of the month is… drumroll please! 🥁

also wearing: Sutton pants (6)

#1. Geo Shirred Raglan Blouse // It was close, but this polished geo print blouse edged out the boxy cargo jacket for the top seller this month! It really is a nice piece, perfect for work or church this spring and summer, and it’s currently 50% off! This blouse runs true to size; I have the small.

And that’s a wrap for this month! Were you surprised to see any of these in the Top Ten?

I’m planning to spend a portion of today planning spring content for April, and I’d love to know what you’d like to see. Feel free to let me know in the comments!

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17 Responses

  1. Good morning! I’d love to see a post on heeled sandals (like the block heels above) with a back strap. Thanks!

  2. Good Morning Jo-Lynne!
    The link for the navy blue sleeveless midi dress in the “Daily Finds” is not working. Do you mind sharing where you found that?

  3. I love Evereve….thanks for introducing me to that retailer!
    I have done well this month, I have 5 of the 10 items. The Evereve strip blouse, Edelman raffia slides, ab’solution every jeans, pintucked Sutton flares (not sure about these) and the very cute geo raglan blouse.
    Keep em comin!!

  4. I love reading your blog! I’m wondering about shorts or skorts for mature(aka nearing 60 years young) women. What’s in style and how to wear them.

  5. I’d like a post on casual dresses to wear in the Summer instead of shorts. I like the one and done sonetimes. I’d like to see some v- neck, solid color tee shirt dresses especially. There seems to be so much stripe with crew neck most the time.

  6. I usually have at least one item from your top seller list, but not this month. BUT I’m waiting for the Vionic sandals to go on sale, and I did get the Tommy Bahama dress last year in natural after you featured it in white! I’d love a post on denim shorts with current style details. I just about wore out my Agolde Parker Longs last year, but I’m due for an update– I’d prefer little to no distressing and a finished hem. I did try the Agolde version of that, but they were not nearly so flattering as the deconstructed version. Thank you!😊

  7. I have the Kut from the Kloth jacket in my wish list at the moment. I love both colors and everything else about the jacket, but I just don’t wear jackets that often during the spring and summer, so I’m not sure that it needs to be added to my closet. I do really like the raffia slides. Regarding content for the month of April, I’d love for you to take two pair of pants and share how many different outfits you can create by changing the top. This may not be a fair request since you are in the medical boot, so if it’s not feasible, I totally understand.

  8. I would say to keep doing the What I Wore Lately posts every other Wednesdays. Perhaps more consistency on the Try on Hauls with them being every other Friday. I enjoy seeing these posts on Fridays. For spring content here are some ideas:
    – shoe and purse pairings
    – spring jackets with outfits
    – shorts

  9. I only added a few items to my workout collection this month. The up-and-down mid-Atlantic weather has me still holding on to winter pieces while I am occasionally pulling out spring pieces and I feel like my closet/bedroom is just a complete mess right now. Having everything out reminds me I don’t need any new clothes. I’m going to spend April shopping my closet. I want to experiment with color more too. I read up on tonal color analysis and it was a game changer for me (more intuitive than seasonal analysis for me) but now I’d like to play around with it. I want to see you let loose and experiment in a post 🙂

  10. My favorite of your posts are the try on hauls where you talk about your evaluation process for different pieces and end up with a verdict. So helpful!

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