H&M dress, Anthropologie clutch, Asos heels
Last night, I was invited to the Museum of the Moving Image event honoring Julianne Moore, on the Upper East Side. It feels like it’s been quite some time since I’ve been out on the town in NYC, at an event, not just a restaurant. When you haven’t dressed up in a while, you definitely start to miss getting glam, why is why I knew it was time to switch things up and get out.
A few weeks ago, I dragged my mom in to H&M with me, in an attempt to catch a few end of season dresses. I was in luck. I left the store with 3 dresses, for under $75…TOGETHER. This dress was $25! I’m not one to get caught looking like an adult mother, but I fell in love with the simplicity and classiness of this studded ensemble. I snagged this Anthro clutch last season for $75 from $200, and I knew the minute the dress hit my closet that this was the clutch that would make the outfit. If you’re on the market for a few new outfits and are also on a tight budget, get yourself over to your mall in the new few days to get some of the best sales around before they bring in new merchandise.
Just because your outfit isn’t full of designer labels, doesn’t mean you won’t look like you easily could have Kim Kardashian’s budget.
P.S. As many teens my age get ready to head to college in a few months, most are busy prepping with expected expenses. Since this post is about saving money, I highly suggest checking out Campus Book Rentals, which is the go-to site for college students looking to rent textbooks. They’ve just partnered with Operation Smile
to donate some of the proceeds from book rentals to this incredible organization.
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