But I did spend
Kensie Girl- High wasted pencil skirt
The black pencil skirt is a style staple.
I am especially fond of this skirt paired with a vibrant colored cropped cardigan (purple or magenta come to mind), sexy camisole (lace is a must!) and killer pumps. The best thing about this purchase is that this classy pencil skirt is versatile and can work for a business meeting or a night on the town.
Fuschia Ruffle Satin Halter Top
Adorable satin halter top has layers of front ruffles. I love the color. The picture does not do it justice. It is much brighter and pink in real life. It looks great with highwasited skirt or dress pants. Can't wait to pair it up with my new skirt!
Lela Rose- Satin Ballet Flat
Designer Lela Rose marries the elegance of an evening shoe with the comfort of a flat. This shoes features a luxurious satin upper, a bold vamp bow and a d'Orsay cut side. The d’orsay cut and big satin bow gives the shoe a lighter feel and added femininity. This is the flirtiest shoe I have seen in a long time. I just love the flouncy bow! And the best part is that this is a versatile style that can be worn with flirty a-line dresses and even pant suits.
American Eagle Jeans- Two Pairs
I know I may not be 15 anymore - but I still love AE jeans. I love them so much that yesterday I bought not one, but two pairs. They sit low on the hips and the long style is just the right length for my heel-wearing 5’7 frame. Not to mention that they are so comfy and make my tush look grrreat. And when it comes to sizes, what I love most about American Eagle is that their jeans are dead-on accurate. I hate it when I have to test different sizes just to figure out which one is my size when I already know my waist and leg length.
And the best thing about my weekend shopping extravaganza is how much, or how little, I spent! The total for all the items above comes out to $110! Not bad for a pair of shoes, two pairs of jeans, a skirt and a top. I love bargain shopping and hunting for good deals! Shopping is always a little sweeter when you don’t break the bank.