Pay Day: Where to Shop & Score this Weekend

I’m always searching for a bargain — especially during those in-between seasons, when its peak sale time.

This week, for example, I spent a few hours in Oslo where it was snowing; then I flew home to 75-and-sunny in New York City. Homeless chic was the name of that game, admittedly, so let this be a lesson to you: Don’t try strategic layering when you’re running on two hours of sleep.

Anyway, there’s a few notable sales happening this weekend — and since no one likes to spend their hard-earned cash on full-price items, here’s a few places to save big on your wardrobe.

(*Note: Scroll over the images below to view/shop each item)


 30% off everything at Kate Spade
Including: Fall boots | notebooks & stationery
(Code: F14FFUS)


30% off fall favorites at J.Crew
Including: Puffer coats | cashmere sweaters

*UPDATE: Extra 30-50% off final sale styles — today only.


30% off sale items at Madewell
Including: Loeffler Randall shoes | chambray shirts


Have a great weekend, everyone. Happy shopping!

Shop Smart: Shopbop’s Annual Sale

I usually hold off on buying new pieces for my fall and winter wardrobes until Shopbop’s annual friends & family promo. Reason being, it’s always a sale that’s always that good. (And yes, even though I’m halfway across the globe, I’m online doing some damage!)

On my wish list this fall has been a gorgeous pair of grey slidesrose gold jewelry, and an affordable pair of over-the-knee boots. For the holidays, too, I’m totally getting a gorgeous sequin skirt. And of course, there’s no better time to score designer denim at a discount.

More specifically, here’s a few categories that I’m shopping (and if you’re doing the same, be sure to use FAMILY25 at checkout for 25% off your entire order):

 … It’s like real estate investing. But in your closet. Click below to get started^:

Clothing musts:

Dainty rose/gold jewelry:

Wear-anywhere, affordable investment bags:

Anything-but-basic shoes & booties:

^Note: In full disclosure, the images above contain affiliate links. What that means is that I make a small commission if you click on them and buy something. If you’re wondering, I use this income to keep corals + cognacs afloat. (Website domains, design, development and hosting, etc. And coffee — a shitload of coffee.)