Friday, September 19, 2014

Friday Favorites: French Tees under $20

Sometimes when I sit down to write my Friday Favorites, it's difficult to always remember where I saw that swoon-worthy item...the only downside of being a shopaholic in my humble opinion. This week, all of my finds are still not popping up online (something that unfortunately is happening on a regular basis, especially at Target) and while I searched for new arrivals to start showing up before today, I came across these adorable graphic tees. I've never actually ordered anything from Banana Republic's Factory Store since I prefer to see everything in person first. I'll consider this "research" for my blog once I decide which one I want to arrive on my doorstep.

Do you shop online without seeing something first?

Oui Non $14.99 // Je Táime $14.99 // J'Adore  $16.99 // I Love Paris $16.99

Scarf $18.99
How fun is this lip scarf?
 Reminds me of their holiday collaboration last year with designer L'wren Scott

Deals
Banana Republic 40% off online (including sale!) using code BREXTRA
Gap 35% off your online order thru 9/21 using code SPOT
Target Buy 1, Get 1 for 50% clothing, shoes, and accessories using code PREVIEW
TJ Maxx Online Free Shipping on all orders today only (9/19) thru - no code needed

Thanks for reading!!
Tracy

4 comments:

  1. Sadly, online shopping is mostly how I shop. Love these tees though! So chic!

    Xo,
    Miranda

    thechicstreet.com

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  2. Sadly, online shopping is mostly how I shop. Love these tees though! So chic!

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