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Do you want to add a few new items to your closet this spring without breaking the bank? We have 11 fashion finds that are all under $50! From a classic baseball hat to super-trendy joggers, these spring style must-haves will fit into your wardrobe… and your budget.

Spring Fashion Finds for Under $50

10 Must-have spring style essentials under $50

1. Classic Baseball Hat

You need one for super-sunny t-ball games… or for super-rainy ones, for that matter. Ditch that old stinky hat that you run in for something a little more stylish.

2. Tassel Bracelet

Tassels aren’t just for shoes anymore! They’re so cute on bracelets and necklaces and fresh for spring.

3. Luxe Bright Lipstick

If you’re going to splurge on something for your spring wardrobe, make it a new, bright lipstick. There’s nothing better to bring some life into clothes that you’ve had for years.

4. Floppy Hat

Good for the beach, for trips to the park and for sitting down for a few minutes to read a book in the backyard (because we know a few minutes is all you’ll get with kids!). Don’t be afraid to go big!

5. Stripe T-shirt

Stripes are always in, but don’t forget to add a new striped tee to your closet each season.

6. Clubmaster Sunglasses

An updated take on aviator sunglasses, these are a fun way to add spring style accessories to your look!

7. Jogger Pants

If you haven’t jumped into this trend yet, don’t wait any longer. Jogger pants look great on everyone, they’re insanely comfortable and, when paired with the right pieces, they are very stylish, too.

8. Cognac Carryall

Cognac goes with everything. Do  yourself a favor and add a bag in this color to your wardrobe. It’s timeless and season-less.

9. Denim Jacket

If you live somewhere that’s warm year-round, you probably already have a go-to denim jacket. But, if you don’t we suggest one in a lighter color to fit into your spring wardrobe. You’ll have it for years!

10. Gladiator Sandal

Always in style and always available in fresh, new styles each spring, a gladiator sandal is going to be your on-the-go sandal for spring.

What are you spring style must-haves that don’t break the bank?
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Three cheers for short coats!

Now that we’ve set our clocks back in preparation for the cold weather seasons, it’s time to get serious about finding a coat that’s not only chic and keeps you warm but also is budget-friendly —  the holiday season is coming up quickly! While it would make sense that one coat could do it all, there is something about wearing a field jacket with a party dress that just doesn’t make sense.

Mix it up, wear your coat anywhere

While some of us will brave the cold weather sans coat in favor of showcasing our stylish party frock, I for one will not be in the party mood if I show up to the party shivering from head-to-toe. Eliminate that scenario completely by adding a dressy coat to your winter wardrobe that will go with everything from sequin dresses and skirts to tuxedo pants and heels. Of course your sequin and metallic coats DON’T have to just be for parties and special occasions. For an everyday look, layer your dressy coat over a plain T-shirt and pair with jeans and loafers for a casual chic look.

short coats

Tinley Road Quilted Vegan Leather Jacket, $80
Ark & Co. Sequin Jacket, $94
Velvet Jacket, $98
Jennifer Lopez Faux Fur Jacket, $70

Dressy Coats 2

Faux Fur Jacket, $60
Swirly Animal Jacquard Knit Blazer, $98
Showstopper Sequin Cropped Jacket, $30

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Now that fall is officially here, we can all enjoy our pumpkin spice lattes and wear the season’s footwear of choice…boots. Yes, boots! I, for one, believe that no one can have too many pairs of boots. There are so many different styles, heights, and colors, and they can go from really dressy to super casual. This fall season there are three types of boots to keep in your wardrobe: riding boots, ankle booties and dressy boots. However, buying three new pairs of boots at one time, can either set you back a few hundred dollars or if you’re budget-savvy, all three pairs can cost you less than $140.

Here’s a look at the must-have boot styles and how to get the most bang-for-your-buck when it comes to your boots this fall. Happy shopping!

Fall Boot Shopping: From Budget to Splurge


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In this installment of Style This! we show you how to wear this black and charcoal grey color blocked dress from Target. Every Style This! features one savvy priced item and three ways to wear it. The first look is edgy and takes on the biker chic trend for fall while the second look is perfect for date night or cocktails with the girls. The last look is a great look for the office or a business conference.  So tell us, which look do you like best?

Style This! Black Dress

Style This! Black Dress
Style This! Black Dress

How would you Style This!?
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When looking at the newest fashion trends for the fall it is easy to get overwhelmed and scared by not only the price tag but how to actually wear them in real life. So in this new style feature I’ll show you how to A) Wear the latest trend B) Where to buy a trend piece for less and C) How you can work a trend into your already existing wardrobe.  We like to call this, Style this!

Style this blue shoe!

Style this Blue Shoe
Savvy Style:

Janine Pointy Toe Pump:  Payless Shoes 25.00
Merona Large Structured Handbag:  Target $35.00


Which sassy outfit do you like best?

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There’s nothing easier than throwing on a dress in the summer. It’s one piece so there’s no fuss, easy to pack for a vacation and can go from day to night with a change of your shoes. However, as much as we love summer, it will be over before we know it so spending a fortune on new dresses isn’t a great idea. Here’s ten perfect summer dresses that are not only stylish but also budget-friendly which means you’ll have plenty of money left over for those wedges you’ve been eyeing.

10 Perfect Summer Dresses (under $100)


There are three key dress styles to wear this summer: the maxi dress, the sheath/shift dress and the fit and flare. A maxi dress is easily the most comfortable and universally flattering dress of the three styles. The maxi works great as cover-up or can be dressed up with wedges for date night. The fit and flare dress looks great on those with an hourglass figure and flats or heels work with this look. If you have a boyish figure, the fit and flare dress can help create curves where you want them most. The sheath/shift dress is a nice option for those that are pear shaped to slim you out in all the right places.

Which dress style is your favorite to wear?

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