Weekly Favorites: New kicks and Ann Taylor Flash Sale

Luckily for my wallet, I am definitely one of those people gets really attached to her clothes and wears them until they’re totally worn out (thereby maximizing the cost per wear).  I don’t understand people who have bags and bags of clothes in their closet that they’ve never worn…or the style bloggers who seem to have a different outfit every day.  I guess it’s because I live in a tiny apartment and have had to keep the extent of my wardrobe to half a closet and a chest of drawers.  Which I realize is still a lot.  Haha.

But seriously, give me a few cardis and flats, skirts, and a trendy tunic (or three…) and I’m set for a while.  I also tend to be an outfit repeater.


I spent some time at the Gap on Saturday and picked up a pair of new kicks: the Gap x Seavees sneakers for $37 after tax.  I probably spent an hour deliberating between the red and white pairs — but eventually I opted for the white because the red were a size too big for me.  Way too cute (and comfortable) to pass up … I can see myself wearing these all the time this fall (unless I step in a puddle or something… womp womp…  I can definitely be a klutz sometimes).

Seavees for Gap collab photo from their web page

DC folks: they still have the larger sizes available at the Connecticut Ave Gap — I saw several sizes between 8-11.

On another note, Ann Taylor is having an online flash sale today — an additional 60% off sale items with the code ‘FLASH60’.

I’m not buying anything, of course, but here are my favorites:

I tried these flats on in the store and fell in love. The matching tote is darling, too!

These teal jeans and these camel ankle pants are also lovely.

Bought anything nice lately?

Are you an outfit repeater?

Have a great week!


2 thoughts on “Weekly Favorites: New kicks and Ann Taylor Flash Sale

  1. I don’t have anything in my closet that I have never worn. I don’t get people with closets full of stuff with tags still on them!!!

    I’m an outfit repeater.. I tend to wear kind of the same thing over and over again with a few tweaks.

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