Sales too good to pass up

Dang it.  All ready to call it quits for the weekend and a couple sales show up in my email inbox, enticing me to shop.  J. Crew and Anthropologie are the culprits.  What’s J. Crew pushing?  An extra 30% off all final (yes, FINAL) sale items with code MUSTHAVE at checkout.  Offer is valid through Monday, July 9th, 2012, and shipping is a flat $8.95 until you reach $175.  After that it’s free.  And what kind of candy is Anthropologie waving in front of our eyes?  An extra 25% off all sale items, discount will be automatically applied at checkout.  No word on when this sale ends.  Shipping works on a tiered scale.  You know what this means.  Let’s shop!


J. Crew Featherweight Cotton V-Neck Sweater – $20.99 ($59.50)

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I know, I know.  You can’t even imagine pulling a sweater on over your head right now.  Well, give it a couple months.  Sweaters will once again be your best friends.  And 20 bucks for a sweater from J. Crew is a pretty screaming deal.  100% cotton and machine washable.  Available in five different colors, and plenty of sizes.


Anthroplogie Poinciana Lace Tank – $22.46 ($48)

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Ah, much more appropriate for current weather.  These partially sheer knit tanks are beautiful.  Also available in white, and sizes are limited.  Great for throwing over a tank or dress with spaghetti straps for a little more coverage.


J. Crew Mona Patent Pumps – $117.60 ($218)

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Italian beauties that could easily become a go to pair of pumps.  The heel is 3.75 inches, the patent leather is crafted in Italy, as is the shoe.  Hard to resist these, as shoes are my kryptonite!


Anthropologie Southern Exposure Dress – $97.46 ($228)

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Reviews are mixed on this dress from Anthropologie.  I think it’s really beautiful, but word is it’s very sheer, even with lining.  You’ll need skin colored undergarments to pull it off.  Make sure to click on the link or picture above to be redirected to Anthropologies website so you can see how pretty the material is that constructs the dress.  Very feminine and lovely.


J. Crew Cafe Trouser in Linen – $55.99 ($118)

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Why are there so many of these pants available on clearance?  Too many produced?  Funky fit?  Voodoo curse?  They look pretty darn cute to me , and are available in regular, petite, and tall lengths.  They are also available in different colors depending on the length.  They come in the “favorite fit”, which is J. Crews most universal fit.  If you know the favorite fit works for your body, proceed without caution!


Anthropologie Ladderlace Tank – $37.46 ($88)

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Busty girls, skip over this one.  The ruffles down the front and blousiness of this tank won’t flatter you.  But ladies on the less curvy side, this beautiful tank will work just fine on you.  Some of the blousiness can be combated with the back tie string, or tuck it into a pencil skirt.  Gorgeous colors on this tank, and can be layered under a cardigan or blazer for fall.


J. Crew No. 2 Pencil Skirt in Circle Eyelet – $68.60 ($98)

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I tried on a No. 2 pencil skirt at J. Crew early in the season and was really impressed with the quality and construction of the skirt.  I found that when it came to fit, I preferred going up one size to get a little more room throughout the waist and body of the skirt.  Pencil skirts are meant to be worn tight though, so you rock it if you want.  I love the bright, lime color of this particular skirt.  It looks good casual, like shown on the model, but can be dressed up with a black blouse and strappy sandals.


Anthropologie Kittery Blazer – $22.46 ($98)

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Well, if you’re a size 2 or 4 on top, this is quite the deal.  The majority of reviews are positive.  This is a perfect blazer for cooler summer nights by the beach, or even fall afternoons.

There’s plenty more shopping to do, so get to it!  And enjoy your weekend!

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