Monday, December 8, 2014

vintage floral


Ann Taylor top, Savers
Bobeau cardigan, Nordstrom Rack
trouser jeans, Macy's
    
       Up to this point, I've been staunch in my preference for Goodwill over Savers, primarily because of the difference in pricing strategies. However, Savers is slowly gaining because I've found so many nice things there! I always get a compliment or two when I wear this top to work. I'm pretty sure that my husband would hate the print, but I like it because it reminds me of something you might find at Anthropologie ... or covering the couch cushions at Grandma's house. ; )


6 comments:

  1. Pretty print on the top. I like Savers for the wide selection. I've never been to a Goodwill but plan to check 'em out. Anthro style is fun but usually too expensive. I check out their sale-rack for something affordable.

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  2. I love this print. But, I have to admit that I'm partial to prints that would also look good as upholstery or wallpaper!

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  3. Me too, Gracey! It's nice to know that I'm not the only one.

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  4. An Anthro (our first) is supposed to open up here in the next year or so. Like you, I'll be sticking to the sales racks!

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  5. I really need to check out Savers! I keep hearing good things about it. How does the pricing strategy differ?


    Jen @ Librarian for Life + Style

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  6. Savers seems much more conscious of brands and prices accordingly - I've seen Banana Republic shirts selling for $12.99 or more. In comparison, I've only seen a handful of things priced higher at Goodwill - I bought my favorite chambray shirt there for a whopping $8.99, compared to the standard price of $4.99 for tops.

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