Tuxe Bodysuits – 40% off Everything (Just For Us)

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With high-rise in full swing, getting tucked is kind of a thing.  It’s taken a while (months? years?) for my eye to adjust to the silhouette – and I suspect I’m not the only low-rise-or-die 90’s child whose been giving high-rise the side eye – but….I’m in.  I still love my low rise denim (especially loose and almost falling off my hips – best done with a cropped baby tee circa 1997 haha), but I’ve been pretty happy with the more womanly silhouette of the highrise jean.

Also?  Legs look miles long.

The secret, I think, is in the tuck.  And the easiest way to get the perfect tuck is to go in the bodysuit direction.  My friend Tamar over at Tuxe Bodywear has spent years perfecting the bodysuit.  (And if you are a longtime reader, you’ve heard me mention them before – in fact, Tamar herself has taken reader feedback from you guys and incorporated it into the next iteration.) So rest assured, Tuxe bodysuits are really comfortable and well-designed.

The Mom Edit (both editors and readers) have been such long-time supporters of Tuxe, that they’re offering us an exclusive discount!  Take 40% off of everything at Tuxe with code SPRING4MOMS.  This discount only lasts until Saturday night (at midnight), however, so don’t be late to this ball.

If you’d like a suggestion (or two), here are my current favs….

The Doyenne

Outfit Details

top: Tuxe Bodywear The Doyenne c/o (size xs for reference)

jeans: GRLFND jeans petite Karolina – size , also in regular sizes

shoes: Sole Society Ferris c/o

bag: Sole Society c/o – only oxblood/navy is left, but I’m also loving this black-and-white woven clutch for summer

 

The Solicitor

Outfit Details

top: Tuxe Bodywear The Solicitor c/o (size xs for reference)

skirt: French Connection Mia Denim Skirt (size 2 for reference) – almost sold out, but Madewell has a similar one, as does BDG (at Urban).

boots: Stuart Weitzman Highland Boots in Nero – these are a major splurge, but the reviews are glowing for these Sam Edelman lookalikes!

bag: old, but I found an almost exact match on Amazon for $50!  Also in a round shape (both have a bunch of colors, too)

 

xo,

S

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Shana founded The Mom Edit in 2008. She lives with the love of her life (his name's Mike) and their two crazy boys in downtown Philadelphia. She loves a good styling challenge (her engineering side shows eventually), appreciates kindness, and usually picks scotch over wine, sneakers over stilettos, and denim-underwear, always.

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7 Comments

  1. Shana you look amazing!!! The high rise trend I just can’t get into. I look super fat and find them uncomfortable😬Maybe it’s my short waist…

  2. I like the high rise trend. Because I’m petite the crotch can be a bit long and baggy on me. Also a friend mentioned the high rise isn’t great for my body type (short waisted/longer legs) but I still want to make it work :). The madewell 9″ skinnies seem flattering on me.

  3. I struggle with getting onto this tucked in band wagon. I have really long legs and a short body, so it’s not my favorite look for me. Maybe eventually I’ll adopt it. I tend to wear things tucked in with pencil skirts and then wear a jacket over. That is a look I like.

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