Sunday, August 13, 2017

Revlon Youth FX Primer Review

Hello Gorgeous;

I've been trying a lot of new products lately and am going to post a lot of reviews in the coming weeks. I love reading new product reviews because (unfortunately) I'm not rich and have to be frugal with my money. Reviews help me decide what to buy and try out and what I shouldn't waste my money on. Since I've been trying so many new products lately, I thought it would be a good idea to review some of them for you guys so you know what's worth buying and what you can live without. Of course different products work differently for different people, and my opinion/review of a product isn't the end all be all, but like I said it's always helpful to see what other people think about something before dropping money on it. Here are my thoughts...


Photo taken from Revlon.com


What it Claims:

Revlon Youth FX Fill + Blur Primer for Face/Neck instantly smooths skin. Powered by innovative age corrective technology with micro-fillers and optical diffusers, this formula works to fill and blur lines and wrinkles for immediate results.

Benefits:
  • Targets face and neck wrinkles specifically
  • Smooth-touch applicator in tear drop shape targets both large and small lines and wrinkles, and allows for easy blending
  • Universal shade that works for all skin tones

Application:
I really like the applicator. It took me a minute to figure out how to get the product out, lol, but once I figured it out I was really happy with the way the product dispenses. You push from the bottom and it comes out of the little holes on top. It's not messy and you can easily control exactly how much you want to come out. Even just touching it for the first time, it's super silky and I loved the consistency.

First Use:

It's a thick primer but very smooth and blendable. It reminds me of the Smashbox Photoready primer a little bit. It comes out in a nude color but is basically translucent when applied so it will work for every skin tone. It did what it claims and lightly blurred my problem areas/the little wrinkle I have on my forehead and my laugh lines. I applied it first with my fingers, and the next time I used it I applied it with a damp beauty blender. Both ways worked well.

Recommendations:

I would definitely recommend this primer. It's super smooth and blendable, and will fill in wrinkles and large pores. It makes it very easy to apply concealer and foundation over it, and definitely helped keep my makeup looking flawless during a long, hot day. It's also mattifying so it would be great for someone with oily or combination skin.

Final Thoughts:

I'll definitely be using this primer often. I would like to try the other products from this collection as well, including the forehead primer, foundation, and the concealer.

Photo taken from Revlon.com


Have you tried any of the products from Revlon's new Youth FX line? If so, what did you think of them? What are you interested in trying from this line, if anything? Let me know in the comments below! 😘

xo, Sarah

Saturday, July 22, 2017

TanTowel Self-Tan Towelettes Review

Hey Lovelies!

I hope everyone has been enjoying their summer! I apologize for not posting much lately. There has been a TON going on lately and I've been really busy. I'll try to get better about posting more often, I promise! ☺
Anyway I was sent some goodies from TanTowel to try out. I'm love tanning and self tanning, so I was super excited to receive this in the mail! Here's what they sent:


I've tried countless tanning products over the years, but had never tried a self tanning towelette before I tried these. I was a little skeptical at first. Here are my thoughts on this product.

Application:
The application was super easy. You just apply the product by rubbing the towel on your face and body in circular motions. There isn't a color guide, so it's easy to miss a spot and not notice. You have to be super careful to not do that. There is one towelette per package, and although it's supposed to be able to cover your entire body, it didn't for me. It started drying out after I applied it to the top half of my body, so I did end up having to use two and a separate facial one for a full body application. I was very surprised how quickly the product dried. I was completely dry in under 5 minutes. I didn't get that awful sticky feeling either, like I do with many self tanning products. My absolute favorite thing about this product is that it doesn't smell ANYTHING like all of the other self-tanning products. It has a citrus scent to it that smells super fresh instead of the dreaded normal self-tanner odor.

Results:
I wasn't as impressed as I was hoping to be with the results, to be honest. It did give me a subtle glow, but nothing compared to my Jergens, San Tropez, or Fake Bake products. Maybe it's buildable color and would work better after a few applications, but seeing as they are $27 for 10 towelettes, that would end up being pretty costly. These towelettes might be good to use with another product, but on they're own they're simply not worth it and don't live up to the hype.

How Long It Lasts:
Because it was only a very subtle "natural glow", the color only lasted for a couple days before it started to fade. You would have to reapply multiple times per week to keep a good color.

Overall Opinion/Last Thoughts:
Unfortunately I probably won't be using Tan Towels again. They are too pricey and don't give enough color for it to justify spending that much money on them. I do however, think they're good for touch-ups and because they're individually wrapped it makes them very convenient. You can just slip a couple in your purse to use for later. These were nice to try, but I don't see myself going out and spending money on them. The color payoff isn't what I was hoping for, so it's just not worth it in my honest opinion.
Have you ever tried Tan Towel self-tanning towelettes? If so, what did you think of them? If you've never tried these, what self-tanning products do you use regularly/what products would you suggest? Let me know in the comments below! 💖

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Mini Mall Haul

Good Morning Lovelies!

I hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather and beginning of summer! It's been getting warmer here in Chicago, but it's been pretty rainy. Yesterday was absolutely beautiful and sunny, and it's already warm out this morning, so I'm looking forward to taking the kids out somewhere to do something fun before work. We stopped by the mall to get pretzels and smoothies, and of course I couldn't walk past all those stores without stopping in for a minute (or thirty). Lol! Here's what I bought for myself:

Forever XXI:


Cropped Bell Sleeve Top - $6.00
Floral Print Dress - $14.00

"West Coast" Sweatshirt with Cinch-Tie Bottom - $15.00 
Ring Set - $7.99
Cute Animal Socks - $1.50
(I always get sucked into the shelves they have along the checkout line, with all the cute cheap stuff. Lol. That's where I found these adorable socks. Someone had to stop me from buying another 12 pairs, haha. It was very tempting, they have such cute stuff!!)

That's everything I bought yesterday, Have you made any recent exciting purchases? What are your plans for Memorial Day?? I hope everyone has a safe and happy Memorial Day (and remembers the reason for tomorrow).

xo, Sarah

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Products I Regret Buying . . .

Hiiii Babes,

I've been so incredibly busy lately between work and my kids, so I haven't had much time to dedicate to my blog. I'm trying to write a little bit at a time when I get a chance, and I'm determined to post at least a couple times per month, hopefully more often than that.

Today I wanted to talk about some products that I wasn't very impressed with. We all love to talk about our Holy Grail products- the products we can't live without, but what about the products that were a total fail? Posts like this really help me decide what to buy and what to pass on, so I thought I'd write one of my own to let people know what products I would suggest staying away from. (Some of these might surprise you!)




L'Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation

The first product on my list, is the L'Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation. I know, I know, it's a very popular product and most people seem to love it.... unfortunately it didn't impress me at all. I tried it multiple times with different moisturizers underneath, different primers, without a primer, with different setting powders on top, by itself, etc. but nothing seemed to help. I have combination skin, and it definitely seemed to stick to my dry patches pretty badly, worse than any other foundation I've used. I understand it's a matte foundation, but I haven't had this problem with any other matte foundations. The other thing I didn't like is that it didn't keep my face matte for more than a couple hours. I kept having to touch it up with powder, which was annoying. Eventually I had enough and just threw it in the trash. Onto the next....



Maybelline Dream Velvet Foundation 

Another foundation I wasn't very impressed with was the Maybelline Dream Velvet Foundation. This one had good coverage, but once again it stuck horribly to any dry patches I had. I also wasn't very happy with the shade selection. I tried a few different shades and they all oxidized badly after a few hours and turned orange. I'll definitely pass on buying that ever again.


NYX Lip Primer

This is one of those products that I knew I didn't really need, but wanted to try. (I normally just put on some Chapstick/lip balm before I put on any gloss or lipstick, and it works just fine.) I love the NYX brand as a whole though, so I thought I'd give this product a go. Unfortunately I wasn't very impressed. It wasn't moisturizing at all and the product itself was actually pretty dry. I'm not a fan and won't be buying this again.


Salon Perfect Eyelash Glue

I was at Walmart one day and saw a pack of lashes that I had to have. Normally I stick with Ardell lashes and Duo glue, but I wanted to try something different. The Salon Perfect lashes ended up being a good product, but I wasn't impressed with the glue at all. It didn't dry down quickly and didn't hold for even half as long as the Duo glue usually holds for me. This product is a thumbs down for sure.



L'Oreal Infallible Paints Eyeshadow

L'Oreal came out with the Infallible Paints Eyeshadows pretty recently, and I'm always up for trying new things and experimenting with new products, so I bought a couple of these. Come to find out... I should have just saved my money, lol. Normally I love L'Oreal as a brand overall, so I really wanted to like this product but there was nothing good to be said about it. They are cream shadows that never really dries down completely, and no matter how carefully you apply them, the color ends up looking uneven. They crease horribly too. I literally threw these in the trash because I was so disappointed in them.

Have you used any of these products and what are your opinions on them? Are there any products you've purchased recently that you regret buying? Let me know in the comments below!

xo, Sarah

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

FabFitFun Spring 2017 Box

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Good morning beauties!

I got something exciting in the mail yesterday, and wanted to share it with all of you! FabFitFun was kind enough to send me the Spring 2017 box to see what all the hype is about. I've been seeing and hearing about FabFitFun everywhere. There are so many videos on Facebook and YouTube of celebs unboxing their FabFitFun box. If you've been living under a rock and haven't heard of FabFitFun (lol), it's a subscription service that sends a box for each season. Membership is $49.99 and each box is a $200+ value. In each box will be a collection of fashion, beauty, fitness, and wellness products hand picked by the company. The products in my box were all full size, unlike a lot of subscription services.

Here's what was in it:






The box itself was really pretty, and the way the products were packaged was really cute. I was really impressed. They crammed a ton into the box! I was surprised it was as full as it was.

Gypsy "Roundie" $50



You can use this for picnics, the beach, concerts, etc. It's perfect for spring/summer and I know I'll get a ton of use out of it.

Briogeo Rosarco Milk Reparative Leave-In Conditioning Spray $20



The brochure says "this ultra-lightweight spray is fortified with a unique blend of rosehip, argan, and coconut oils to improve hair's softness, strength, and moisture levels, while acting as a barrier against heat". It smells amazing. I already used it this morning, I couldn't wait!!

Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion Age Defying Exfoliator $79



This is probably the item that I was the most excited about. Dr. Brandt is pretty pricey, but I've always wanted to try it. I was so excited to see this included in my box. I used it last night before bed and it made my skin so silky smooth. "This formula contains aluminum oxide crystals, lactic acid, and smoothing botanicals to polish away dead cells and leave you with bright, smooth, healthy-looking skin." It definitely lived up to what the brochure said about it.

Milly Zip Pouch $45



This is a super cute water-resistant bag. It's big enough that you can fit all of your beach essentials in it (sunscreen, cell phone, water bottle, etc.) in it, or use it to put your wet bathing suit in to take home with you after a day of swimming. I love the little saying on the front too. This is another one of my favorite products from this box.

Karuna Hydrating+ Face Mask $28



I was excited to see that this is a 4-pack. The brochure says "dry, dehydrated skin is no match for this deep-conditioning sheet mask. Made out of 100% natural wood-pulp fiber, this single-use mask allows pores to fully absorb essential nutrients and nourishing ingredients for ultimate hydration". I haven't used this yet but am looking forward to trying it out tonight. Look for a review on this in the near future! 🙂

RealHer Lip Kit in Deep Red $48





These lip products are made from natural ingredients. The box itself was adorable and the sayings on each item are awesome as well. I'm in love with the packaging as much as I'm in love with the product itself! It comes with a liquid lipstick, plumping lip gloss, and a lip liner. The color is beautiful, it's very pigmented and extremely long lasting. I put some on at work last night, and had to scrub it to get it off 8 hours later! I was very impressed with it's staying power!!

Emerald DUV "Joshua Tree" Cage Bracelet $80



This beautiful bracelet is hand crafted, and very trendy right now! I can't wait to incorporate it into some of my spring/summer outfits.

Deborah Lippmann Nail Polish Set in "Shape of My Heart" and "Like a Virgin" $19



I was very happy to see some beautiful spring colors that will go with everything! I haven't heard of this brand before and am looking forward to trying it out.

Nature's Bounty Hair Skin & Nails Gummies $9.49



I've seen these in the store, and have heard great things about them. I tried one yesterday and it wasn't bad. I can't make a final decision on these yet because obviously it will take time to see results, but I will be doing a full review in the future, so keep an eye out for that!

The total retail value of my box was $369! 😱

Overall I'm extremely impressed with FabFitFun. Now I understand why everyone has been going crazy over it, and why it sells out so quickly! If you would like to try out FabFitFun, they were kind enough to give my subscribers a coupon code! (Who doesn't want to save money?!) If you use my code, "SARAHF" at checkout, you'll save $10 on your first box! Check it out, you won't be disappointed! You can visit their site here, and all of their social media links are listed below.

Have you heard of FabFitFun before, or ordered from them? If so, did you like it? What is your favorite item from the Spring 2017 box? Let me know in the comments below! 💖

xo, Sarah

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Sunday, April 2, 2017

Spring Haul 2017 v. Work Hard, Play Harder

Good morning, beauties!

As some of you may know, I recently went back to working full time after taking quite a while off to stay home with my kids. We really needed the extra income so I found a job and have been working full time again for the last few months now. Anyway, I work my ass off, so I always try to set aside a few dollars to get something for myself from each paycheck (after bills, kids stuff, and expenses of course). Since one of my favorite stores (as you probably already know if you've followed me for a while) is Burlington Coat Factory, it's a no-brainer to use the money I put aside for myself there. A little bit of money goes quite a long way while shopping there vs going to the mall. Here are some things I've purchased for my spring wardrobe in the past month or so!


Mirrored Storage Box With Crystals - $12.99
Not only does Burlington have amazing clothes, they also have a TON of awesome home decor. I could easily spend my entire paycheck there in 10 minutes if I wasn't careful. Lol. I've been wanting a mirrored storage box for a while to put as a decorative item on the vanity I plan on getting (eventually). I came across this one and fell in love. The top of it has fake diamonds (that look real) under a glass panel, and they move around when you open and close the box. I am completely in love and so happy I found this!

Nude Studded Bebe Purse - $39.99

A lot of women are obsessed with shoes, and while I love shoes, I am definitely more obsessed with purses. I needed a new one for the spring because my everyday Coach purse that I've been using was getting pretty worn out. I saw this one and fell in love right away. It has gold hardware, and comes with a little wallet. It's nice and big with a dividing pocket in the middle. The little puff ball is mine, I bought that from Burlington a while back but it matched perfectly so I clipped it on there.

Steve Madden Sneakers - $19.99

I desperately needed white gym shoes for the spring, because I only have colored gym shoes (pink, green, black, etc.). I was so excited when I found these because they are super cute with the stars on them, and they were only $19.99!! Steve Madden shoes for $19.99!! I couldn't believe it! #TotalSteal

Panty Sets- $8.99 for 3 thongs, $8.99 for 3 boyshorts
I am forever buying panties. You can NEVER have enough. I bought two 3-packs. One pack was thongs (pink, white, black) and one pack was boyshorts (pink, white, black). I didn't feel the need to lay them all out, lol, but you get the idea.

Derek Heart Shorts - $6.99

These are the softest shorts I've ever felt. I had to get them, and they were only $6.99! Plus I love the color, I've been really loving maroon everything lately.

Sweatpants- Leopard Print $10.99, Colorblock $12.99
I lost a lot of my clothes when I moved, so I really needed sweats to lounge around in. I hate wearing jeans in the house, so I can never have enough sweatpants/joggers/PJ pants/etc. These were both adorable so I had to get them.

Leggings- $5.99 each

We're not allowed to wear jeans at work, so I wanted to buy some more bottoms to wear to work. (I don't wear them as pants, I always make sure whatever I wear on top is covering my butt while wearing leggings, lol.) Leggings are another thing you can never have too many of. I wanted some more fun, springy prints, and at $5.99 you can't beat the price, so I bought two! I'll definitely buy some more when I go back.

High Waisted Destroyed Denim Ultra Crop Jeans- $12.99
I love destroyed denim, especially for spring/summer, so when I saw these jeans I had to have them. After looking at the price tag, I loved them even more. I tried them on and they fit like a glove so into my cart they went! 🙂

Lightweight Floral Hoodie - $10.99
I thought this was super cute and great for chilly spring days. It is really lightweight but still has a hood so it's perfect for spring.

Floral Sheer Top With Shoulder Cutouts - $9.99
In case you couldn't tell already, I'm very into the floral print trend lately. I love that this top is opaque in the front but sheer in the back. It has the cutest shoulder cutouts and the color is gorgeous. 

Floral Tee - $10.99
The quote on this shirt really resonates with me, and I love the beautiful floral print. I already have a few outfit ideas centered around this top and can't wait to wear it!

Extra Long Hi-Lo Cami - $2.99
I found this on clearance. It's a nude colored cami that is perfect to wear under something. It's shorter in the front and longer in the back. It's racerback and has lace detailing. Super pretty and you can't go wrong paying $2.99!

That's it for this collective haul. I hope you guys enjoyed seeing everything I got! I'll definitely do another one in a couple months. Please keep in mind that this post is not sponsored and I paid for everything with my own hard-earned money! 🙂 Have you gone shopping for spring/summer clothing? Is there anything catching your eye? What spring trends are you loving? Let me know in the comments below! 💖

xo, Sarah

Sunday, March 26, 2017

L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover Review

Happy Spring everyone!

I'm so happy to finally be in spring. It's definitely my favorite season and I've been loving the weather lately. It's definitely been warming up! I've been asked a lot (both through this blog and on my personal Facebook page) to do a review on the new L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover foundation, so I thought I'd do that today.

Unfortunately, I have very acne prone combination skin. I've gotten it under control lately compared to a few years ago, but it's still not perfect. I still break out and have some blemishes here and there and some acne scarring, so I almost always use a full coverage foundation. I was using the Kat Von D Lock It foundation but it's a little pricey so I don't like to use it everyday. When I saw that L'Oreal came out with a new full coverage foundation, I had to try it. I bought mine at CVS for $11. They have a good range of shades, going from ivory to cocoa. I sometimes have problems in the winter finding a light enough shade for me without pink undertones, but I was pleasantly surprised to find a perfect match (#303). I was also very pleased with the price. It claims: "You can get up to 24 hours of full coverage with a lightweight feel and a natural finish! Blends instantly to cover dark spots, blemishes, scars, and hyperpigmentation for a flawless complexion."



First impressions...

The first thing I noticed when swatching it on my hand, was that it's very thick. You have to squeeze the tube pretty hard to get it out. A little bit goes a long way.  Luckily it didn't feel very heavy on my face. I wouldn't say it's very lightweight, but it doesn't feel like a mask either. It's somewhere in the middle. I would, however, definitely suggest using a good moisturizer and/or primer before applying this because it will stick to dry skin and make it very noticeable. This product has a demi-matte finish. It does do a wonderful job covering imperfections. I barely have to use concealer when I use this. My t-zone and chin can get pretty oily throughout the day, so I did have to touch up my setting powder a couple times, but that happens with any foundation.

Final thoughts...

I'm really impressed with L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover, and have been using it almost daily. It's become a drug store favorite of mine. Unfortunately the tube is only 1 oz., so it runs out pretty quickly. That would probably be my biggest complaint. I would give this product a 9/10 and would recommend it to anyone with oily or combination skin, acne prone skin, and/or skin discoloration that is looking for a full coverage foundation that is long lasting.

Have you ever tried the L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover foundation? If so, what did you think of it? Let me know in the comments below. Hope you all have a wonderful week! 💖

xo, Sarah

Monday, March 13, 2017

Moda Prismatic Oval Brush Set Review

Good morning beauties!!

The weather here in Chicago was really beautiful for a while, and then this last week it turned cold again and now we're in the middle of a snowstorm! Yes, in the middle of March. 😏 I decided to stay in the house until I have to go to work tonight, so I thought I might as well write a review of the new Moda oval brush set I got a while back. I've been meaning to do it but have been so busy between my kids, their after school activities, work, etc. that I just haven't had the time to sit down and write it. Seeing as you couldn't pay me enough to go outside in this crap right now though, I finally have time to write my review. So let's get into it! 😉



The Moda brushes are a perfect dupe for the more expensive Artis oval brushes. I've used both and honestly there is no difference between the two, other than a huge price gap. I don't have the extra $200 to spend on a brush set, and I'm not about to sell a kidney to be able to do so. 💁😂 I wasn't expecting the Moda brushes to be an exact dupe, but I was pleasantly surprised. I definitely suggest buying the Moda brushes over the Artis brushes, because they are just as good. You get the same quality and end up saving a ton of money! I purchased my Moda Prismatic Oval Brush Set from Walmart for about $16. I had been on the hunt for these for quite a while, but couldn't find them anywhere but online. Every Walmart within a 50 mile radius was sold out of them (Believe me, I checked!). Finally one day I was in Walmart looking for something else, and came across the last set tucked away behind a face cream display. (I'm sure someone hid it on purpose to come back and buy it later....sorry! Finders keepers! LOL.) They come in a 4-pack of brushes with a beautiful holographic finish. I honestly didn't even want to take them out of the packaging because they are so gorgeous. They have super soft synthetic bristles. I was really surprised how dense they were, but so soft at the same time.

As I mentioned, the set includes 4 brushes. The largest one is a 3 inch oval brush. I use that to buff in and blend my liquid or cream foundations. I've been loving using it with the new L'Oreal Infallible Total Cover foundation. 👌 The next brush in the set is a 2 inch oval brush. I use it mostly for blending in blush/bronzer. The 1 inch oval brush works flawlessly for contouring/highlighting. It gives such a nice, precise contour. I am obsessed with this brush and WAY more impressed with it than any other contouring brush I've ever used. The smallest brush in the pack is tiny with bristles that make a circle. I use this brush to cover any imperfections I have. It's very small so you can really get in and cover anything you need, especially in harder to reach places that a bigger brush wouldn't be able to get at. The brush necks are also somewhat flexible which is really nice, because it makes them much easier to maneuver around your face.

Overall I'm extremely impressed with this brush set. Not only is it beautiful to look at, it's also amazing quality, and definitely worth the hype. They are very affordable and also 100% vegan for those of you that are looking for that!

Have you tried the Moda Prismatic Oval brushes? What do you think about them? How do you think they compare to the Artis brushes? Let me know below in the comments. Stay warm, beauties! 💖

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Burlington Coat Factory/TJ Maxx/Discovery Haul

Hey Beauties!!

I desperately needed a few things, and have a pretty strict budget right now, so I decided to stop by Burlington Coat Factory, TJ Maxx, and Discovery to look and see what they had. As usual, I picked out more than a few things. Those stores get me every time!! Burlington Coat Factory and TJ Maxx have brand name clothing/shoes/accessories/etc. for up to 65% off retail! Discovery is a great store with inexpensive clothing that is still cute and trendy. Since I got a lot of cute stuff for super cheap, I decided to do a haul for you guys! Here's what I got:

Faux Fur Knee Boots - $10 (Burlington)
These boots were on clearance, and it was the last pair left. They were in my size too!

Brown Faux Leather Boots - $14.99 (Burlington)
Mid Rise Destroyed Denim Jeans - $14.99 (Burlington)

Pom Pom Accessory - $4.99 (Burlington)
(The Coach purse was a gift from a friend. I saw the cute little pom pom and it matched so perfectly, I had to get it.)

High Waisted Distressed Jeans - $19.99 (Burlington)
I lost a lot of weight recently and my favorite pair of high waisted jeans didn't fit anymore, so I had been frantically searching for a new pair. I was so happy when I found these! $20 and they fit like a glove!!

Long Sleeve Camo Sweatshirt with Shoulder and Back Cutouts - $12.99 (TJ Maxx)
Sheer Olive Green Bodysuit with Lace Up Front - $12.99 (Discovery)
This is my first bodysuit! I was super excited to find one that I really love. I really have been loving the lace up trend, so I purchased a few shirts this day that have lace up fronts.

Long Sleeved Lace Up Top - $7.99 (Burlington)
 Sorry about the wrinkles, it was like that when I bought it. I haven't washed or worn it yet. I loved it so much, I bought the same shirt in a nude color. (See below.)

Long Sleeve Lace Up Top - $7.99 (Burlington)
Flowy Sleeveless Top (Maroon) - $7.99 (Burlington)
Flowy Sleeve Open Shoulder Floral Print Top  - $12.99 (Burlington)
When I saw this top, I fell in love with it. It looks like a tank top, but it actually has really flowy sleeves and open shoulders. It looks so cute on, and the print is perfect for spring! (Can you tell I'm over winter already?! 😂)

Pink Choker With Jewel - $5.99 for 4 pack (Burlington)
This choker came in a 4 pack (see below) but it's the only one I've worn so far. Look out for this in an upcoming OOTD! 😉

4 Pack Fashion Chokers - $4.99 (Burlington)
I also got a pair of plain gray leggings from Discovery for $4.99. They are so soft and comfortable! I was surprised that they weren't sheer (like so many leggings unfortunately are). I couldn't take a photo though because they're currently in the laundry. They are just your basic plain, gray leggings that you can wear in so many different ways.

I'm very happy with everything I purchased, and it was nice to spend a little something on myself for once. I haven't been shopping for clothes in quite a while, and I really needed some new clothes! Comment below what your favorite item from my haul is! Also let me know what your favorite store is to shop at for clothing/accessories/shoes! Keep an eye out for an OOTD with some of the clothing I bought soon!

xo, Sarah