As promised I am back with a bag full of goodies and some secrets to share!
END OF YEAR SALE!
Been eyeing a pair of boots since December and missed the black Friday sale: No worries. January starts the End of the Year/Season sales for most stores and we still have 2 months of winter left to look cute!
My first stop was to Pink Lily. A retail online boutique in Kentucky that offers sizing from XS-2XL. (They also have a mommy & me section for matching outfits mamas 😉).
Shopping from their End of the Season Sale I got the tie-dyed tee, faux leather leggings, & thigh-high boots for about a total of $52. The bulk of that was the boots that were a little over 50% off for $30.
I did shop their “Be Mine” valentines day collection for the Be Mine tee for full price as well.
Next on my list are some things I got for my birthday. These were gifted so I didn’t have to come out of pocket but are too cute not to share. All of these are from Francescas, they carry XS-XL as well as youth sizes 7-14.
Here’s what I got from there:
- Turtleneck Sweater – Carmel
- Puff Sleeve Mini Dress – Blush
- Hannah Doleman Tee – White & Light Pink
Lastly, I went to Walmart for some much-needed basics. There’s really no reason to spend +$20 on your basic camis when you can get them for dirt cheap.
Walmart has these soft cami tanks in an assortment of colors for $3 each. Since I’m rebuilding my closet I got a basic white, nude, and rust for some razzle-dazzle.
And if your looking for some even cheaper a find, be on the lookout for their winter markdowns. I also grabbed a cute light blue Sherpa pull over for $9 and a hooded flannel for $13.
If you know me, you know you can find me at TjMaxx! I love me some deals. They had been my stop for winter sweaters so even though these aren’t officially a part of my haul I do plan to go back and grab one:
These particular sweaters range from $17-20 dollars.
Now while out at TjMaxx I did pick up some cute everyday Joie all-white sneakers for $30. I don’t necessarily need name-brand sneakers because I don’t wear shoes a lot honestly so these were definitely a snag.
Personally, I love a good boutique and I’m really excited I was able to get some cute stuff but I’m not always a fan of their pricing. It was no biggie when I was single with no kids, but now I like to keep my spending to minimum. All in all, I did spend about $100 which I’m not gonna complain about because I got a ton of stuff.
Next month my main focus is finding an outfit for Engagement photos so fingers crossed that I stumble upon something cute and cheap!
XOXO – A Busy Mama