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Covnersation #155: Fashion Frugal Friday

Okay, so today is the day I will share some outfits with you from the past week (or two since I missed last week).  I thought about not doing this anymore, and I'm not really sure anyone is dying to see my outfits, but I like doing this to keep me from looking like a slub at working and finding new ways to wear my clothes so I don't just want to run out and keep buying more that I don't need!  So, without further ado (oh, and when I put "ish", I can't honestly remember now how much it was, sorry!):

Outfit breakdown:
Jacket, Sears, $9
Tank, Lands End, $7
Pants, Talbots, $13ish
Shoes, Lands End Canvas, $15ish
Yellow Leather Tote, Halogen from Nordstrom, $49

Outfit breakdown:
Top, The Limited, $10
Navy pants, Gap, $12
Shoes, Lands End Canvas, $32

Outfit breakdown:
Top, JCPenney, $7
Pants, H&M, $12
Sandals, Lands End Canvas, $13
Necklace, made by me

Outfit breakdown (inspired from Pinterest):
Cardi, Lands End Canvas, $15
Tee, Lands End, $5
Pants, NY & Co, $20
Patent leather heels, Talbots, $15

Sorry picture this picture and the next are blurry - was trying to snap fast before coworker in the bathroom thought I was crazy!
Outift breakdown (inspired from Banana Republic):
Denim shirt, Gap, years ago
Skirt, Target, $10
Sandals, American Eagle Outfitters, had gift card
Necklace, J.Crew outlet, $5

Outfit breakdown:
Silk blouse, J.Crew outlet, $15ish
Pants, JCPenney, $18
Sandals, J.Crew via ebay, $6
Necklace, Anthropologie, $10

Outfit breakdown:
Cardi, Gap Outlet, $15
Maxi dress, Dillard's, $15
Tank, J.Crew, $10
Sandals, Lands End Canvas, $20ish
Leather bag (my recent purchase that I love), Talbots, $60 (a little bit of a splurge for me, but a great deal!)

Outfit breakdown:
Cardi, Lands End Canvas, $15
Dress, J.Crew, $20
Sandals, Lands End Canvas, $13
Necklace, American Eagle Outfitters, $7ish
Leather Bag, Talbots, $60 (told you I loved it!)

So, what did y'all where this week?


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