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{ Steal Of The Week } Madewell Sale-Rack Finds Under $50


Who doesn’t love a good deal?  Every so often Madewell’s sale section has some serious discounts. After scrolling through, it’s confirmed that now is one of those times. There a some accessories for as low as a few bucks.This motorcycles sweater though, it’s a marked down to a third of what it normally retails for and is one of those pieces that will dress up and add a little edge and structure to outfits while style being soft, comfy, and warm. The sweater meets the moto jacket is a well-blended match in this piece.  Scroll for more favorite finds for under $50 now on sale at Madewell.

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{Steal Of The Week} Awesome Rug


Home decorating can feel so final, but it’s really not. That’s why decor accessories are the way to go. It’s the little touches that make it your own. It doesn’t have to be a huge commitment or a full-on makeover for your space. Think of it as a work in progress, like life, and will continue to evolve.

This week’s steal comes from the sale section of Urban Outfitters.And it’s half off, making it under $10. And it’s awesome.

It’s cotton, cute, and will remind you just how awesome you are. Who doesn’t need a little more of that in their life?


{Details} You Are Awesome Rug, $19.99 $9.99 at Urban Outfitters


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Valentine Cravings From Shopbop

The most lovey-dovey day of the year is literally one week away. Valentine’s Day is the one day a year dedicated to being mushy, confessing your love, and wearing extra pink and red. This holiday was obviously designed for the girly girl. And as for moi, I’m using this as an excuse to scour one of my fave sites Shopbop for everything pretty and in the V-Day spirit. Let’s just hope my boyfriend reads this post before the 14th so presents arrive on time ;)

shopbop wishlist

Calvin Klein Underwear Naked Glamour Thong $12.00 $8.40 //  Marc by Marc Jacobs Stripey Lips iPhone Case $38.00 $26.60 // Sleep’n Round Logo Leggings $50.00 // ONE by Claudette Dessous Full Coverage Unlined Bra $58.00 $40.60 // Jules Smith Nature’s Heart Ring $49.00  // Juicy Couture Lace Sleep Shorts $48.00 $24.00

As you can see, most of my gift requests are from the sale rack. I know, I’m such a considerate lover. It was tough to narrow down my wishlist to only six, seeing as their lingerie selection was vast and fabulous.

So, what’s on your wish list? A designer phone case, candy, or something sexier? Comment below to share!

Post sponsored by Shopbop. All views are my own.

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SRS: Victoria Of ‘A Gifted Society’ Sale-Shopping Notes

Today we’ve got a double dose of fabulous bloggers dishing out their sale-shopping picks! Next up, meet the lovely fashion journalist-turned-blogger Victoria N. Koch of A Gifted Society.  Victoria is known for her stellar gift ideas and modern etiquette on her blog, and now she’s sharing some of her favorite stylish deals her on Trend Hungry. – Jessie


I absolutely love sites such as Shopbop.com and Zappos.com because they offer free shipping both ways and there is always a sale going on. I never buy designer labels full price so I love shopping The Outnet for up to 70% off (I recently scored a black taffeta RED Valentino skirt for around $100). Continue reading…

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The Sale-Rack Skinny With Meg Biram

Sale Rack Skinny with Meg Biram | Trend Hungry
Today one of my favorite bloggers is taking over Trend Hungry and she’s sharing her sale-shopping favorites. Meg‘s a creative that also knows a lot about the blog biz  - I took her class Blog, Biz, Buzz… highly recommend! She’s also an artist and a consultant. I’m basically obsessed with her blog and her business sense. Read on to snag her stylish deals. – Jessie
Right now (and after the holidays) is the perfect time to find what you’ve been eyeing all season on sale. I’ve already scored a few pieces myself when sites do a blanket discount (like 30% off everything including what’s already on sale). Oh man those are good. Continue reading…
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SRS: ‘Sharing My Sole’ Shoe Sales

Why hello!  I’m Jaclyn from Sharing My Sole It’s my personal style blog where I share my passion for fashion, style inspiration and love for fabulous footwear. I chronicle my everyday outfits, which incorporate some investment pieces and plenty of budget-friendly finds!  I love a good sale.

As you can probably tell from the name of my blog, I have a thing for shoes.  Whether heels or flats, I love them all.  So, in honor of my shoe fetish I picked my three favorite sale shoes that I am currently obsessed with.

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SRS: The Glossarie’s Beauty Bargains

It’s Lara from The Glossarie and I’m so excited to be shedding a little beauty light on to the Sale-Rack Skinny. Beauty products can be pricey and I know firsthand how hard it can be to find room in your budget to keep it pretty.  A few little tricks that I’ve mastered help to keep things within reason, without having to sacrifice your favorite products.

New beauty flash sale site Coterie has entered the scene with a bang! They’ve been featuring great brands like Butter London, MOR, and Kevin Aucoin at a big discount. Be sure to subscribe to their emails and never miss another beauty steal. I’ve also just been turned on to another flash sale beauty site called Cut & Blow, which looks amazing.


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SRS: Fab Finds Under $50!

What’s better than a fabulous find? A fabulous find under $50! I’m Kimberly from Fab Finds Under $50, and there is nothing more that I love than finding a deal.

While perusing the virtual sales racks at Old Navy recently this feather print shirt dress caught my eye. The sale price of $32 brought a smile to my face, and then the wheels in my brain starting turning at all of the possible ways to remix this dress.  A sale dress that can be worn to work, out for a casual date night or some weekend shopping is a true Fab Find.  Check out three of the many ways you can wear this sale dress.

SRS: Feather Dress 3 Ways

If you like this post, share with the hashtag #SaleRackSkinny or #SRS for short. Thanks for reading! When shopping online don’t forget to have a promo code. You can almost always Google the stores name followed by promo code to find one (i.e Old Navy Promo Code). It may take a few tries to find one that is applicable to your purchase and still valid, but for an additional percentage off or free shipping it is totally worth it. Plus, don’t forget about Ebates when shopping on line. You can sign up for free and earn cash back from over 1,500 online retailers (including national brands like Old Navy, Target and 6pm – all featured above).

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SRS: How Penny Chic Shops Sales

I’m Shauna Miller, the founder of the budget blog PennyChic.com. I started Penny Chic as a resource for women who want to look good without spending their life savings! Everyday, I have a new budget-friendly outfit that is styled with clothes from big-box discount stores like Walmart, Kmart, Target, etc. The idea is to use the stores that everyone has access to and put them on a fashion pedestal. It’s easy to look chic when money is no object. It’s more of a challenge, and ultimately satisfying, to spend less and look amazing. Here are some tricks to help you along a shopping extravaganza. srs: penny chic

Dress $24.94 $9.99  // Pencil Skirt $19.90 $13.99 // Platform Pumps $34.99 $17.48

1. Gather Store Details – Figure out where your preferred stores are located. If there are a cluster of stores in one area, which store would be more convenient to hit up first? Get the business hours of each store so you know how to time everything.Trust me, the more you map out before hand ,the happier a shopper you’ll be!

 2. Bring inspiration – In order to stay focused on what you want to buy and not get sidetracked with afterthoughts, bring cut-outs of things you find in magazines that you like. Writing a list is great but I prefer bringing something visual to remind you of what inspires you.

3. Wear comfortable clothes – The worst thing is to put aside a whole day of shopping and fun, only to have your feet give out on you. To get the best mileage out of your day, wear flats or sneakers and keep the clothes simple. For example, wear jeans and a tee, a maxi dress, or leggings and a tunic.

4. Set a Budget – You can’t go budget shopping without setting your budget first! Don’t bring more cash than you are willing to spend and avoid bringing small bills, because it’s easier to get distracted with small things when you have small change.

If you’d like more from Shauna, check her out on Facebook, Twitter & her budget-friendly blog. Tweet this post using the hashtag #salerackskinny or #srs.

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SRS: Sale Secrets From TFDiaries!

Hi Trend Hungry Readers! I’m Megan from TfDiaries, and I’m here today giving tips on the best way to shop the clearance rack and sales. A little bit about me and my blog, TfDiaries.com, shows you that you don’t have to be dressed in designer  to be stylish. Take what you see on the runways and make it work for you and your closet. My site features personal style, trend and beauty reports, DIYS, recipes, and tutorials. With that being said, I’m a girl about shoes and I love a good bargain.

One of the first things my mom taught me was how to shop a sale. Always look at a clearance rack first and foremost because who knows,  you might find something similar on the floor for full price. So since engraving those shopping habits in my head, I’ve found myself stopping over at the racks before branching out on all of my shopping trips, online included. And since we’re talking about sales I couldn’t resist sharing some of my favorite on sale, lusted-after pieces for fall.


1. Candie’s Shawl Collar White Blazer at Kohl’s$58  $36.99 – White is hot for fall and I’m finally breaking down and getting a white blazer.

2. Fire Dot Palazzo Pants at Alloy, $29.90 $14.99 – The printed, cozy-chic is essential for fall.

3. Maryse By Baker’s Shoes,  $85 $54.99 –  Suede, T-Strap Platform Pump, and perfect for fall with tights, jeans, or dresses!

Here are are a few tips on how to shop a sale…

1. Not All Sales Are Created Equally

Now a days stores and online boutiques alike, run gimmick sales all the time, sometimes even increasing the shipping (if online) after marking down the item. When it comes to shopping certain pieces that can be sold elsewhere, do your research and look for the best price. You might be surprised to find that item you thought you were getting a deal on is actually marked up and may be cheaper elsewhere.

2. Just Because It’s Clearance Doesn’t Mean You Should Buy It

As a stylist (and blogger) I’ve seen this problem a lot, people see something majorly marked down and buy just because it was cheap or on sale. I had an experience while shoe shopping with my MIL. I picked up a pair of shoes that were $40 and not on sale. She picked up a pair of $150 shoes that were marked down to $90 and, of course, she tried to influence me to buy the more expensive sale pair. I, however, was more interested in the “better” $40 pair. Just because there’s a big red slash on the sticker doesn’t mean you should feel obligated to take it home, unless you really really love it.


 3. Be Weary About Final Sale


Final sale can be either really great or a bout of bad luck. After a few bad experiences from purchasing final-sale items, I’m getting a little more cynical about getting the “deeply marked down,”  no-return items. I mean let’s be real, it’s not going to hurt you if we return them and they weren’t marked down that much. But companies insist on buckling down on the rule, probably because they know you’re going to love it when you try it on (or love the price) and then you get home and hmm, that sure doesn’t fit the same way, and right about then is when you realize you’re stuck with it.


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