The weekend again already? Well I’m definitely super excited about that…but I’m even more excited (*insert cheesy grin here* 😉 ) to share with you the latest Frugal-nomics feature — MTVStyle! MTVStyle always dishes on whats hot and in my opinion they give some of the best “blogger love,” so I’m extra appreciative that this week they are highlighting my affordable fashion on the latest trend of Cut-Out Dresses. Check out my feature on their Style Page and enjoy your weekend! xoxo, B
Hey guys….thank you all so much to those of you who have shown your support on Facebook and Twitter already!!! 🙂 I’m super excited to share with the rest of you that yesterday TJMaxx featured the Marc by Marc Jacob’s dress from my last post, on their site. Here’s the link to check out the site….feel free to share it. 🙂 Thanks in advance. xoxo, B
As a kid, I gotta admit it…I wasn’t a fan of floral print. I think I was traumatized because my mom seized the opportunity to splash our curtains, towels, and bedspreads in it. But, after some counseling I’ve come around (just kidding), and I immediately fell in love with this floral print dress at the Housing Works BUY THE BAG Sale at first sight. Both the dress and cardigan were about .67 cents each. I mean, seriously….you could get over a whole lot of childhood fashion faux pas at that price 🙂
I went back and forth on which nude pumps to be my new addition to the wardrobe…..and settled on the Steve Madden Remmedy…and I think it was a pretty good choice. The neutral tone can compliment so many things that you’ll wonder what your go-to shoe was before these.
I believe if you invest in a great pair of shoes or a nice designer hand bag you’ll save money in the long run with wears-per-use (I know it may not seem like it initially, but trust me) and it can tie any outfit together and give it a luxe “look” no matter how much you paid for it.
Dress :: No label (Thrifted)
Cardigan :: H&M (Thrifted)
Belt :: J. Crew
Shoes: Steve Madden