I'm sure you've noticed that one of the things I'm trying to lately is replicate some of the blogs I love. This isn't to rip off their ideas so much as it is to push myself in new directions and see what new blogging styles might work for me. With that being said, I'm taking a page out of The Windowshoppist book and pointing you, gentle reader, towards a few cute things that are on sale at Sierra Trading Post.
Do you happen to wear a size 6 or 6.5? If so, these amazing teal Frye boots are only $79.95 (regular price $190).
I love these Ecco Mary Janes. Unfortunately, my shoe size+white shoes is not a good thing. I like this red/white/orange combo the best, but they also come in white/light blue/dark blue, white/metallic silver, and white/green/olive. They're available in Euro sizes 36 through 42, for $56.95 (regular price $95).
These are the cutest Simple sneakers ever! And, available in sizes 5.5 through 12, and in three flowered color combos, I could even buy them! Bonus: they are $29.95 (regular price $50).
Isn't this a cute skirt? It's by Royal Robbins, and the original price is $44, but the current price is $17.95. It's available in stone and blue as well as pink, sizes 2-14 (not all sizes in all colors, though).
This shirt isn't on that great a sale, but I think it's adorable, so I had to share. It's made of 100% merino wool and it's by Icebreaker. Retail price is $54.99, Sierra Trading Post price is $34.95. Sizes XS-XL are currently available. Similar shirts are also available in black, watermelon, brown, and light pink.
I LOVE this Teri Jon silk chiffon dress. At $299.95, it's not cheap, but that beats the $627 regular retail price. It's also available in a lighter color, sizes 2-12.
This is another fantastic Teri Jon silk dress. It's 100% silk, available in sizes 2-6, and $219.95 (regular price $418).
If you aren't a regular shopper, or at least check-er, of Sierra Trading Post, I suggest you check them out. Like many discount type stores, lots of crap to sift through, but there are definitely treasures there.
So how did I do?