Ok, I caved. But before I tell you about that, here are some pictures from the weekend. We spent the weekend doing some errands, trying out Chedd’s and Taco More, dog training, partying on 6th for a friend’s birthday and at my parents’ for Sunday Dinner:
Training at Town Lake:
Sunglasses, Marc by Marc Jacobs, $98
Took these pictures outside Flower Child, where I’m doing some marketing and image consulting. Love the mural!
Whole outfit cost $6.00! This romper was $2.00. Yes, $2.00. I bought this last week prior to the ban (see what I mean about having clothes I haven’t worn?). It’s from Kohl’s where it was on sale for $7, then I used a $5 off anything coupon (which Bear discovered we could get for signing up on the email list). Then my mom used a 20% coupon as well. Course then she paid for it with so technically it was a gift but whatevs. $2.00! I’ve been wanting one all summer. The frog belt was a buck at a garage sale and shoes were $3 at another garage sale. Whoo!
I know I recently wore the top (OK, earlier this week, don’t judge); Shorts from Old Navy; Shoes were from a Savers-like-but-cheaper store in Houston called the Sand Dollar and only $2; Clutch is old-school Charlotte Russe; Bracelets $5 a piece from Le Tigre Outlet; Rings from Aldo (never buy gold jewelry from there, never stays gold).
(And yes, I know my eye looks weird – it’s my bionic eye. No seriously, that’s a fake lens you’re seeing. Maybe one day I’ll regale you with the stories of my many eye surgeries. Maybe. Maybe not.)
Now for my Necessary Purchase #1:
I texted Elia frantically about a $1.00 resale store sale I was trying to resist (and did, huzzah!) but then later I realized I was wearing heels and I had to go train doggies. But then I thought, tax-free weekend! And I could really go for some red Tom’s which I have been craving forever and are obviously never on sale. Elia gave me the green light. It was just meant to be.
4 more left!