Oct 31, 2013

October - Where My Dolla Bills Went


Happy Happy Halloween! This post has literally nothing to do with Halloween, but I figured I'd acknowledge it anyway. I hope your day is full of candy, costumes, and creepy stuff.

Okay, so shopping for this month. I actually had not bought anything until a few days ago when I saw that Old Navy was having an extra 20% off of sale items. I'm trying to buy more quality items these days, and Old Navy doesn't really fit that bill, but the prices were so low that I couldn't pass them up. I also recently discovered that they sell items in "tall," which may or may not have changed my life. I kept exclaiming to Eric that I couldn't believe how long the shirts were! For someone that can usually barely tuck her shirttails in, that's a big deal.

Here's what arrived on my door step a few days ago:

1.  Coral Twill Button-Down
This shirt is originally around $25 and I got it for $9.58. The material is thick, so I think it will be perfect for the fall. And it's a great work shirt in a pretty color, so I'm sure I'll wear it a lot.

2. Collared Black Tank
So I actually only bought this tank ($5.58) to get free shipping (ON ships free on orders over $50), but I really like it. It got great reviews and since I am obsessed with sleeveless button-downs I figured it was a good addition to my collection.

3. Dark Chambray Pull-Over
This shirt is actually what tempted me to put in an order... I have been looking for a dark colored chambray for a while. I have a light colored chambray that I wear all the time (also from Old Navy), so this gives me more options. Oh, and I got it for $11.18 The "tall" size is basically a tunic, which makes me so stinking excited because that just never happens.

4. Plaid Button-Down
What can I say about plaid? It just screams fall to me. I have two other plaid shirts (a navy and a reddish pink) and while I normally don't like to have multiples of items, they all look really different. Oh and this shirt is LONG enough for me (can you tell I am really excited about this whole "tall" size thing?). I got it for $10.

5. Polka Dot Chambray Dress
 This is the only item that wasn't available in "tall," but it still fits really well. I paid $18.38, which I feel pretty good about since I think it will work in all seasons. It has a summer-y vibe, but it will work well with tights and a cardigan.

Total: $54. 72


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18 comments:

  1. I love number 3 and 4! So versatile!

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  2. so jealous of the deals you scored! i really need to start going to Old Navy. LOVE #4!

    xo, Alicia
    River City Chic

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  3. I love that plaid shirt! I've been buying ON tall sizes but just for bottoms. I have this weird thing where my torso is really short but my arms are really long, so I kinda just have to resign to rolling all my sleeves.

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  4. i have been eying that coral button-down from old navy! i actually love old navy, so much of my clothing comes from there and it always holds up. i love their button-downs and they have some really pretty blouses right now, too.

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  5. Actually, my favorite plaid shirt is from Old Navy and I swear it's the most comfortable I own. I've found that some of their stuff can be really nice. It's just hit or miss. Great picks though!

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  6. oohh! I love them all!! Great prices! ;)

    Diana
    www.ManhattanImageandStyle.com
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  7. You are so good at keeping your budget under control. Please teach me, oh wise one! My budget post will be up soon - hopefully tonight. Hope you had a good Halloween!
    xo Nout
    http://sandpaperkissesblog.wordpress.com/

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  8. As a fellow long-torso sufferer, I'm super excited about Old Navy's tall section! I'm seriously loving that dress...

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  9. Wow, great job for under $60! I really love the color of that first button up!

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  10. I like the chambray pullover. How tall are you? Or do you just have a long torso? I'm tall and have long limbs so I always need tall or long in my bottoms and for my arms.

    Mo

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  11. nice picks! I really like number 3

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  12. Hey Ashley! Love how you like to stay around $50, which is about what I have to play with. Some months I "invest" more, but reading your blog helps keep me in check. :) Now I just need to figure out how my fellow bloggers put the "fancy" pics of the clothing you purchased up on your blog. lol. Then I can share my finds too.

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  13. Oh man I am going to hop on this tall train right now! I didn't realize all of Old Navy's pieces came with that option (at least online). I also have a problem with the shirt tails thing too or finding tunics that actually hit me where tunics are supposed to. You scored such good deals with this latest round of shopping!
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  14. excellent choices. I love good, classic pieces. They give you so much to work with. :D

    by the way, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving that sweet comment. I'm following you now and look forward to out mutual stalking. ;)

    love,
    a

    www.missdecaf.blogspot.com

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  15. Oh my gosh, we might have the exact same wardrobe...I have that same sleeveless blouse (not only in black, but also in white, mint, neon green, and maroon) and LOVE wearing them! I bought the polka dot chambray dress this month as well, AND I have the same chambray top in the lighter wash. I love buying them in talls as well, so that they are a little longer for layering and wearing on weekends with leggings/ponte pants :)

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  16. What great deals! You got some really nice staples and pieces for layering!

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