1.27.2011

J's Frugal Finds

Here are my picks for this week, all under $50! Click on any of the photos below for more information unless otherwise noted.

Asos double buckle canvas satchel - $41.38
Love the contrast trim on this satchel.

Old Navy polka dot scarf - $12.50
Super cute for spring!

Asos Ticking Stripe Hold All - $48.27
This looks like it could be a part of Rebecca Minkoff's striped collection, but for a lot less.

Kimchi Blue Block Pump - $48
I'm loving these block heels and coral is going to be big for spring.

Old Navy Roll Up Top - $14.50
You know how I love stripes, and this tee is no exception.

Rebecca Minkoff Card Case - $45
A little luxury for under $50, and I love the bright orange color of this card case.

Forever 21 Faux Jade Gemstone ring - $4.80
I want this jade colored ring to add a pop of color to my grey and black winter wardrobe, and it will look fab in the spring/summer as well!

Have you spotted any good deals lately? Share your frugal finds in the comments below - I'd love to hear about them!

6 comments:

Her Preppiness said...

Great picks and great blog

J @ The Look 4 Less said...

Thank you! :)

Jennifer said...

Thanks for posting these...I see I need to go to Old Navy now. I am loving that striped tee and that scarf!

Lisa said...

I am trying to become more stylish and have just start following your site and I love it!
Okay here is my attempt to making a stylish outfit!
The old navy striped navy shirt, wide leg trouser jeans, maybe those awesome coral pumps but more realistically some brown strappy wedges!
Here is my question can I do a scarf with the striped top? Would I do the blue and white polka dot one?
I am very new to the scarf trend but I love it and want to try it!

Lisa said...

Just and FYI for anyone who is interested in the Old Navy top and scarf they have them 30% off this weekend. I got both for only $20!!!! I am so excited this is my first scarf purchase!!

J @ The Look 4 Less said...

Lisa - the outfit you described sounds perfect! The key (in my mind) to mixing prints is to stick with the same color palette, so I think I would do the blue/white polka dot if it were me.