Happy Wednesday friends! Anyone else feel like the holidays are rapidly approaching?! I feel like fall has flown by and winter has come too soon. I’ve been cozying up at home as much as possible and as a mama to a toddler home days with lots of activities are fun but usually I like to try and get out of the house more to keep my sanity but not when it’s freezing. This knit long sleeve dress is so cozy I’ve not wanted to take it off. I wore it to bed the other night because I was to comfy to want to change.
As you all know, I’m a huge fan of Target. I shop there often and always come home with more than I planned to. Just the other day I was wearing another dress I picked up from Target. There are so many great styles and at totally affordable prices. This dress is by Target’s label, A New Day. I feel like the quality is so good for the price. Same with The Who What Wear line for Target. Each season I am wowed by the selection. I’m all about high, low dressing. I am a lover of designer pieces but my wallet doesn’t allow for everything to be designer. I actually find it fun to mix and match designer and affordable pieces into my everyday outfits. It’s cool how one piece can elevate your entire look making it look that much more put together and chic.
This outfit, is a total mix of high and low pieces (mainly low). My dress from Target is under $30. PS for Military personnel, Military Veterans and their families now through 11/12 get 10% off their entire purchase on Target.com. My Coach boots I bought on sale at the Gilroy Premium Outlets at Saks Off Fifth for under $100. And of course my splurge being my Gucci bag…which at this point I’ve more than gotten my money’s worth out of it. When you think about cost per wear on luxury items, it’s money well spent on handbags, shoes, and accessories, as you’ll be wearing them far more often than clothing.
Oh and these sunglasses, well they’re prescription and completely affordable. They’re from Zenni Optical. I have been super impressed by the quality and durability of these sunglasses. The frames are only $36 and with my prescription added the total was under $160 which is well below what I normally pay for prescription sunglasses. PS my glasses in Monday’s outfit post are also from Zenni!
Dress: A New Day. Booties: Coach, found 1 size 6 available on Amazon (love this pair with buckle detail). Coat: Talbot’s c/o. Sunglasses: Zenni Optical c/o. Bag: Gucci. Earrings: Kendra Scott (hoops | duality charms | feather charm) c/o. Necklace: Kendra Scott c/o.
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I’d love to know what type of outfits you’d like to see more of on here! Do you like my high, low outfits, are you interested in hearing about what’s the latest designer collaborations??? Are you already thinking about holiday shopping? Let me know, so that I can best serve you with the content you’re looking for!
And as always, thank you so much for stopping by the blog today!