James Perse Casual V-Neck at Tobi: select colors on sale for $20 + take an extra 10% off sale items with code VERYMERRY 12/27 ONLY. This is THE BEST T-SHIRT EVER. especially for under $20….
Isabel Marant bracelet at Net-a-porter: $164
A’N’D’ Convertible Tote Bag at Pour Porter: $175. I wish I’d seen this when I was shopping for a large tote a couple of weeks ago. I love that you can fold it down when you don’t need it to hold large items.
Swedish Hasbeens loafers at Saks: $165
Surface to Air Rumba Blazer at SSENSE: $101.50 after 50% off with code ACTNOW
I’m most tempted by the Swedish Hasbeens loafers from Saks.com – the price is good, and as I mentioned before, the style has grown on me, but I can’t quite pull the trigger. Last week I was lucky enough to catch the black & white tracy reese dress on sale at Anthropologie and I bought that super-fast, but otherwise, I haven’t seen much on sale that I’m interested in. I think I’m “over it” once it goes on sale…when it first comes out, it’s new and unique, but once it goes on sale, it’s old & boring. What do you think? do you feel the same way sometimes? or do you always wait for things to go on sale before you buy? Are things still interesting to you once they go on sale?
Love the loafers, but I finally bought the jodhpur booties! Your post nudged me onto the Saks website and they were there for a steal!
I’m only ever interested in the sale section. My interest in new pieces is more reserved and distant, as if I’m looking at a work of art, because they are incredibly far beyond my price range. You’re right, though– sometimes the sale sections have nothing that noteworthy, and are clearly full of leftovers. Generally I just try to find James Perse shirts for $20, and I’m happy with that 🙂
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