Weekend Deals

Weekend Deals | The B Werd

Target has a really cute dupe of these Chloe booties for only $38. I tried some on in-store and they’re so comfy!

The perfect silk + lace cami to go under a cardigan or blazer this Fall.

I picked this cream asymmetrical sweater up in Target and loved how unique but versatile it was. Only $30!

Faux fur is the simplest way to transform any outfit from regular to chic, so this navy coat is currently in my cart.  I’m also drooling over this cream colored faux fur vest!

I splurged on this trench almost three years ago and it was worth every penny. I guess that’s why it’s restocked every Winter.

This off the shoulder jumpsuit is perfect for a celebration. Love the win color too.

Macy’s has an extra 20% off all items with code “BDAY”, which is perfect because they’ve got some really cute boots.

I’m convinced that every woman needs a gray blazer with a checkered pattern in her wardrobe. This H&M one is only $40.

Lace is timeless! This midi dress can be worn to a wedding, date night or girls night out.

A ruffle dress you can rotate in your wardrobe the next few years for under $30.

This oversized denim jacket is very similar to the one I had on in this post for under $60.

I plan on on getting back to my early morning workout routines, so these Adidas running shoes are necessary.

Statement cardigans are my go-to when it’s colder because I can put them on over anything and still feel cute. This color block cardigan is the perfect addition.

Missguided has 50% off 4 or more items with code “BABESPREE”.

A metallic pleated midi skirt that I know will come in handy during the holiday season. It can be paired with a bodysuit, turtleneck, or crisp button down.

The perfect date night dress for $70.

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1 Comment

  1. BreAnn
    November 5, 2017 / 4:09 pm

    I graduated In May with a degree in health sciences. I had two internships while in scho along with being well involved. However, I’m having trouble finding a full time job. I’m getting very discouraged, because it’s been 6 months and now companies are more interested in 2018 graduates. Do you have any career advice for recent graduates?