Hola! Nothing like a little late night browsing that makes me remember I have a blog. To say I’ve been busy and my blog has been put on the back burner is an understatement. Nevertheless, I thought I’d pop in, say hello, and share a few dresses I found on Dorothy Perkins and Gap.
When I see a modest dress, I nab it! I’m a major fan of one piece dressing, and over the past several months I’ve found myself liking dresses more than skirts; dresses are just so much easier to wear.
Gap is having a sale, and this weekend you can use the code WEEKEND to get 35% off of your total purchase.
Dorothy Perkins is always having a sale, and you can get 15% off of your order with DPINT15. Free shipping over $50 using DPSHIP50. Keep in mind that Dorothy Perkins is a UK company, but the sizes are US sizes.
That’s it for now. Hopefully I’ll come out of hiding once summer break begins!
Now that the modest style challenge for July is over, I feel like I need an Instagram detox. This was the last outfit for the last day of the challenge; the challenge was to wear an outfit with all the items coming in under $35. My blouse was a $5 H&M find, my skirt was a $12 Dorothy Perkins purchase, I scored my Forever 21 shoes for $8 via Buffalo Exchange, and I bought my purse in Portugal last year for $10.
Here are a few more photos that made it to Instagram, but I didn’t blog about.
This week has been a busy week for me; my mom and sister are coming to visit for the next few days, so I’ve been attempting to prepare for their arrival. That means a bunch of cleaning, purging, and organizing–stuff I’ve been meaning to do for awhile, but I never got around to doing it (nothing like yo’ mama’s arrival to make you go into a cleaning tizzy).
I do like my gold pair, but I really wanted a red pair of Saltwaters; I ended up getting them at a local shoe store and I love them! I remember wearing Saltwater sandals as a kid, and about six or seven years ago my friend Cheric wore her Saltwaters to church camp, and I fell in love with them again! Salwater sandals have been on my mind every summer since then, but I didn’t buy a pair (or two) until this summer. They seem to be everywhere and I almost didn’t buy them.
I’m glad I got them, and if you’re interested in a pair for yourself, here are a few things you should know: