Three New Wardrobe Staples I Am Loving
Wednesday July 19, 2017

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I have learned that having a list of what I need year-round, and what I need to replace is the most successful approach to shopping sales which seem to be in abundance at the moment. The three items above I recently purchased, all are under $110 each, but not all were on sale. Which leads me to my next point.

In order to buy something on sale, I ask myself, if my budget would allow, would I purchase it at full price? Such was the case with the Chantelle lace bra. Chantelle bras are made well, and for the quality are very well-priced. How did I come across this one? I was shopping the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.

Now I want to share what I love about Malene Birger’s silk navy blouse. Not only does it fit as it should (not too large, not to small, similar to a tunic), but is offers a lovely silhouette, and those cuffs. I was sold. The neckline as well is not too deep, not too conservative. Those little touches which bring the eye to the neckline and to what we use quite often, our hands, complete with quality material, if you are a navy fan like myself when it comes to your capsule wardrobe, pick this steal up pronto. There are only a few left and it’s already sold out at Net-a-Porter.

The sandals are too good to be true. Originally priced at $69, you can save 15% with the promo code below. I like these as they are not overdone, can be worn casually or dressed up for summer and the ankle strap adjusts to fit your body. Perfect.

~Madewell Boardwalk ankle wrap sandals, promo code 15FORYOU to save 15% (black also available)~

~By Malene Birger Gulana stretch-crepe blouse in midnight heaven, was $264, now $79.20

~Chantelle Intimates Presage Lace Unlined Underwire Bra, also available here in white as well as more sizes in black~



~View more TSLL Capsule Wardrobe items here in TSLL Shop | The Simply Luxurious Life

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