Uncomplicate Your Wardrobe with J.Jill {+ Coupon Code}

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J.Jill Pure Uncomplicated Collection | Triple Threat Mommy

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We all know that feeling of waking up, knowing that you have to get breakfast made, lunch done, get the kids dressed and out the door, oh, and you have to also take a shower, eat breakfast, find an outfit and look somewhat presentable for the day. Wouldn’t it be great to have ONE thing off your to-do list in the morning?

Earlier this year, the apparel brand, J.Jill, launched “uncomplicate” — J.Jill’s guiding philosophy and promise to us: Trust J.Jill to take care of what you wear so you can focus on the things in life that are most important to you. They know that we all live a very busy, rich (and sometimes crazy!) life. So, it became J.Jill’s mission to offer busy people like you and me great styles that are versatile, flattering and answers our everyday question: “What do I wear?”.

The folks over at J.Jill asked me what I would choose to wear to “uncomplicate” my wardrobe and I jumped at the chance. Although I don’t work in a corporate fashion environment anymore, I still do need to look professional for my clients. I mostly wear nicer jeans and a top with a cardi or jacket during the day, but I thought I’d mix it up a bit. I chose from the Pure Jill line which is  inspired by natural beauty and is effortless, relaxed, and comfortable. The shapes are simple and beautiful, fine fabrics with soft textures and details. Have I sold you yet?

What I chose: Pure Jill’s French Terry Seamed Dress. It is ridiculously soft and easy to put on, and it has pockets! (I love dresses with pockets!) I would wear it with J.Jill’s microfiber tights and a pair of black booties that I already have in my closet. To accessorize, I chose J.Jill’s tweed infinity scarf in camel tweed for a bit of non-color-color. On other days, I’d wear the dress with a pair of leggings with flats, or in the warmer weather, with a pair of wedge sandals.

Fashion for a Cause: J.Jill’s Compassion Fund

Who loves shopping and knowing that what your spending could go to a worthy cause? The J.Jill Compassion Fund, founded in 2002, is committed to providing support to women in need. During J.Jill’s Celebrate Giving season, they are partnering with Plan GTM, a centralized online community that makes it easy to give back while shopping! Check out these promotions that will make you feel good while doing your holiday shopping

~When you purchase a J.Jill gift card from December 3 – 24, 5% of the gift card purchase will go to the charity of your choice (you provide your email address and they send you an email choosing your charity).

~During J.Jill’s “Made Giving Easy Event”, which runs December 12th – 15th, receive 20% off your entire purchase, plus 5% of purchase will go to the charity of your choice.

Here’s a J.Jill Coupon Code So You Can Uncomplicate Your Wardrobe!

Offer: 30% off Single Full-Priced Item
Effective Dates: 11/5/13 – 11/24/13
Code: JJSTYLE (use when ordering)

*Offer valid through November 24, 2013, on a single full-priced, in-stock item, excluding markdowns. Discount taken at the time of purchase in stores (outlets excluded), at JJILL.COM or via catalog. For retail store purchases, this code must be mentioned. Limit one coupon per person for one-time use only. Full-priced UGG® brand styles excluded. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer, except the J.Jill credit card discount. Discount not valid on previous purchases or gift card purchases and is exclusive of sales tax and shipping fees. No cash value.

How can you NOT go to J.Jill this holiday season? 

J.Jill carries misses, petite, tall and women’s clothing with more than 220 retail stores and online store. To learn more about the J.Jill brand, and shop their inspired styles visit jjill.com.

 

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Pam is the Editor & Publisher of Triple Threat Mommy and is a Downtown NYC Mom-About-Town loving and living the urban family life. She writes about fashion, family travel + food and is a social media + marketing consultant under Triple Threat Media, LLC.

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