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WHAT TO WEAR: Weekend Wear

Brunch is hands down one of the best meals of the day, second only to dessert. There’s nothing more rewarding than sleeping in on the weekend after a hectic week and then heading out to brunch with your besties. You can stuff your face with fluffy chocolate chip pancakes and swallow an embarrassingly large amount of bacon, only to wash it all down with a refreshing iced coffee. That being said, you want to make sure that your outfit gives you maximum food baby support.

This Fashionista hit the nail on the head with this ensemble, opting for a loose jumpsuit with a gorgeous print. I’m not usually a fan of color, especially pink, but this jumpsuit looks so effortlessly chic that I can’t help but love it. The breezy cotton material skims right over your (possibly very full) stomach while the soft prints keep it from looking too childish.

Restaurants in Florida always seem to be blasting the air conditioning. Wearing a thin shrug or cardigan not only keeps you warm, but it also serves as a cute accessory. The lace detailing on this shrug provides a cute and tasteful peek of skin.

Brunches can also be the perfect opportunity to get a bit dressed up. You can spend more time on your makeup and hair, but more importantly it’s the perfect excuse to wear heels during the daytime. This Fashionista sports a pair of wedges with a mirrored gold heel, giving the outfit an extra bit of glam.

Take some style cues from the Fashionista for your own fuss free brunch looks.

One Simple Change: Brunch is the perfect opportunity to catch up with old friends. Maybe you and your gal pals are having so much fun you decide the festivities don’t have to end when the coffee’s all gone. Let’s say you decide to have a girl’s night out complete with drinks and dancing. Swap the wedges for a pair of killer heels and slap on a berry lipstick and you’ll be all set to dance the night away.