1) Tory Burch donovan jacket 2) Tory Burch tanner sandals 3) Prada baroque sunglasses 4) Sophie Hulme buckle tote
Have you been shopping any of the Friends and Family sales lately? It feels like there’s another one popping up every day in my inbox tempting me with 20-25% off. Since I decided to return the blazer I purchased from Shopbop last week, I’m contemplating a few things from this week’s sales… mainly this gorgeous Tory Burch jacket (the sequins are actually little daisies – so cute!) and these tortoise Prada sunnies that have been on my wishlist for months! Don’t forget you can save 25% through 4/29 at Tory Burch with code TBSPRING and 25% off at Saks through 4/28 (many designer exclusions) with code FRNFAM2.
Yumi Kim is also having their Friends + Family sale (25% with code FAMILY25) – I had some gift credit and might have picked up this fun summer dress and this floral romper – dying to wear it! And Loeffler Randall‘s Friends + Family sale (25% with code FRIENDSNFAM) is the perfect time to snag these perfect wedges. Happy shopping!
Don’t forget today is that last day to enter the $100 Kokoon gift card giveaway! You have until midnight, but why wait – do it now!
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We’ve all probably heard when it comes to shopping for clothes you should splurge on the classics and save on trendy items, right? I agree with this theory and think I put it into practice for the most part but what about all the other non-clothing items? I was thinking about how I justify certain purchases to myself (and my budget) and thought I’d share where my priorities lie in a few non-clothing areas…
splurge: delicate, everyday jewelry // save: statement jewelry
On a daily basis I don’t wear a lot of jewelry, but all the pieces I do wear are special (engagement ring/wedding band, a rose gold eternity ring, bracelet watch, etc). So if I’m going to spend money on statement jewelry, I don’t like to spend a ton knowing that I won’t wear it often.
splurge: heels, boots, ballet flats // save: flip flops, summer sandals
In general, I splurge on shoes because I rarely buy really trendy styles and from my experience well-made shoes last longer and are more comfortable. But for some reason I refuse to buy expensive flip flops or summer sandals (as much as I drool over these) – I’m not exactly sure why, but I feel like even though they’re seasonal they get worn out more easily and when there’s barely any material covering your feet I hate paying a lot!
Happy long weekend! I’m taking off early but will be back in full swing on Tuesday :)
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