Hey, chicas! Remember the coat that I bought on Friday – and I saved $141 on it? Well, guess what? You can save MORE!
Lord & Taylor‘s Friends and Family promotion starts Wednesday in stores – but you can start saving now online! With the Friends & Family discount, the Ellen Tracy coat I paid $219 for will only cost you $187.50…plus, you’d qualify for free standard shipping! Simply enter promo code FRIENDS at checkout.
If you’d prefer to shop the good ole fashioned way, check out the printable coupon below.
South Moon Under is having a Genetic Denim Trunk Show this Thursday, October 22 at their Center City Philadelphia store (1731 Chestnut Street).
And right now, South Moon Under is also offering 20% off all denim purchases in-store (locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia) AND on their website – southmoonunder.com. Use promo code is DENIM20.
The Earnest Sewn sale starts Monday, October 19.
The Priorities sale starts Monday, October 19.
The Rodial sale starts Monday, October 19.
The BCBG sale starts Tuesday, October 20.
The BCBG Handbags sale starts Tuesday, October 20.
The M Lab sale starts Tuesday, October 20.
The Burn sale starts Wednesday, October 21.
The Quasar sale starts Wednesday, October 21.
The Juicy Couture sale starts Thursday, October 22.
The Ouidad sale starts Friday, October 23.
The Riller & Fount sale starts Friday, October 23.
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Check out the super cute coat I just bought at Lord & Taylor. It may look pretty tame in the photo, but trust me…when you pop the collar, it is to die!
Every fall, I buy an inexpensive, nondescript winter coat…and I’m always irritated when, come March, it’s looking haggard and I hate it. So this year, I decided to spend some serious money (it’s a worthwhile investment, considering I’ll wear it every day for 4.5 months of the year) – and I was shocked by how much I saved.
This Ellen Tracy Double Breasted Coat With Ruched Collar* was originally $360 (it’s $453 at Bloomingdale’s). Lord & Taylor is currently having a sale, so I saved 30%. Then, thanks to some Internet sleuthing, I also had a printable coupon for an additional 15% off. So all in all, I saved $141.
*The black, petite version of this coat that I purchased isn’t available online, so check your local Lord & Taylor store. The link above is for the regular sized, camel colored version.
At the Rebecca Taylor New York Fashion Week Spring 2010 show, the makeup took its inspiration from the 1940s.
“This woman is very strong, sensual, sophisticated and confident,” said Key Makeup Artist Rie Omoto. “The woman who wears these clothes doesn’t have to try hard to show how sexy she is.”
Rie started with a sheer, dewy base (achieved with MAC Face and Body Foundation, Select Moisturecover Concealer, and Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder).
Chiseled cheeks were created using MAC Sculpt Powder. Rie smudged MAC Costa Riche Eye Kohl into the crease of the eye, then layered a new MAC Pigment on top. Eyes were finished with a coat of with MAC Zoom Lash Mascara on top and bottom lashes.
The matte coral lip (MAC Pigment in Fire Orange layered with Basic Red Paint Stick) provided a punchy contrast to the shimmering skin.