Tag: Budget-Friendly

Spring Break Sale Items at Francesca’s

With all the snow lately, I’ve got spring weather and spring break on my mind! I don’t think I have any plans for the break, but I’m so excited to just relax and not worry about any schoolwork after a long quarter. Until then, I’ll get my fill of spring by browsing sale items and spring clothing online. As you all probably know by now, Francesca’s is one of my favorite stores, but it can be pretty expensive. That’s why I almost always shop from the sale section (the floral dress in this photo was $5, for example!). So, without further ado, I’ve rounded up some cute rompers, tops, dresses, and accessories for you to shop in preparation for spring (and eventually summer). And the best part? All these items are $10 or less! Continue reading “Spring Break Sale Items at Francesca’s”

Sweater Weather (and Shoppable) OOTDs

Thanksgiving outfit, glass pumpkin centerpiece

New week, new outfit of the days to share… I realized it’s been a minute (as the kids say) since I last posted my recent OOTDs, so I rounded up some of my favorites for today’s blog post. As always, I mention where I wore the outfit, where I purchased each item, and how much I paid. You can also click the links to see where I last styled a piece on the blog – I’m all about that versatility! And now, the newest feature of my OOTD posts is that you can finally shop similar looks to recreate my outfits yourself. This is the part of the blog post where I say something cheesy, like, “Let’s get started!” Continue reading “Sweater Weather (and Shoppable) OOTDs”

How to Save Money Shopping with an Excel Spreadsheet

Excel spreadsheet, shopping, cost per wear, saving money

Happy 2020! Have you had to sign anything in the last few days?? I’ve already written “2019” at least twice… You know how it is. With the new year, I wanted to share a few ways you can save money shopping in 2020 by making an Excel cost per wear spreadsheet. I first shared my obsessive Excel clothing spreadsheet in a blog post back in June, and it was such a hit that I wanted to explain how to make your own as we enter the new year. And of course, how to use it to get the most out of your closet and your clothing budget! Continue reading “How to Save Money Shopping with an Excel Spreadsheet”