Sale Tips


Hello readers! Sorry I haven’t been posting regularly. I am at the end of my first year of law school and couldn’t keep up with studying and posting. But don’t worry, this summer I will be back to posting at least 3 times a week.

Today I wanted to talk about some of the tricks I use to save money. Since law school is crazy expensive, I’ve found a few ways that I can keep up with the trends while still saving some pennies.


Honey is a great extension for Google Chrome that searches through online coupons to find you savings. It does all the searching and applying for you so you don’t need to browse numerous sites looking for deals and you don’t have to memorize long codes. What’s really great about it is that it will pop up whenever you go to make a purchase.

This is what it looks like:UntitledIt saves you time and money. How perfect!


Camel Camel¬†Camel is a great site that lets you monitor the fluctuating prices on Amazon. So say you’ve got your eye on a nice pair of sandals, Camel Camel Camel will alert you when the price starts decreasing. You can also import your Amazon Wishlists and monitor numerous items at once.



Ebates is another great site that gives you cash-back for purchases. I have to admit that I don’t use it as much as I should because it’s easy to forget to check the Ebates website before making purchases. I suggest you sign up and check it out for yourself.

Update: Ebates has just added a button feature that you can add to your web browser which serves as a reminder to check the site before checking out.



Tradesy is my favorite website for finding name-brand items for less. It is basically an online consignment shop. It’s a great place to sell the clothes that you no longer want after spring cleaning. Also if there’s a piece you’ve had your eye on and just haven’t been able to afford, there’s a high chance that you can find it on Tradesy for about 30%-50% off. You can even find unworn/ unused items that still have the tags attached. It’s a great way to keep up with the trends without losing too much of the money in your wallet.



Do you have any money saving tips? Any website you use to keep to your budget?

Fall Gray

fall fashion gray

Hello and sorry to fall back on posting (see what I did there?). I just started law school and my schedule has been so hectic but I plan on using this as a little creative outlet. So to start, let’s chat about one of the best colors of the season: gray! It’s a really great neutral that adds a bit of spice to the normal black ensemble.

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Clutch, Dress, Earrings, Heels

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Jacket, Shoes, Skirt, Scarf, Top

What do you think? Is gray a good fall color? How would you style it? Would you wear these looks to work?
Let me know in the comments!

Business Casual Friday 22


Friday is here! The best day of the week. Time to get your sundresses and jeans out. My new obsession for work is the shift dress.They really are one of the easiest ways to look put together and are so comfortable and easy. You literally just throw it on and you’re good to go. It also is great on any figure and the color block of this specific shift dress will hide all of your problem areas. It is also a great piece for the summer to fall transition. Just add some tights, boots, and a jacket.

colorblockDress, Heels, Bracelet, Bag

Would you wear this shift dress to work?

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