Lipgloss Break: Splurge vs. Steal...Sears Style

Splurge vs. Steal...Sears Style

If you live in Michigan or anywhere else that experiences four full seasons, you need to drastically change your wardrobe from summer to winter. And if you have a job where you have to look somewhat professional, that means you need two new wardrobes: one for work, and one for play. This can get pricey! My advice: go somewhere you can get the most for your money. The big name department stores will drain your wallet and you'll only come out with one new outfit! I recently hit the fashion jackpot at Sears, where I found 2 dresses, for both work and night, and accessories, all for under $65!

I'm sure everyone has seen ads for Sears Kardashian Kollection which is pretty trendy, but they also have several other great lines like Apostrophe, UK Style by French Connection and Bongo. I was on the hunt for fun dresses that I can wear to work during the day with a blazer, and then transfer to night time with bling accessories. I hit the jackpot with 2 Apostrophe dresses.

The first one is a black tunic dress. I've been wanting a tunic dress with a tie belt forever! To the right is a picture of me in the new dress, along with gray tights from Apostrophe. Now check out this black tunic for $84, not much difference besides the leggy model :) This Apostrophe dress was $19.99, and the tights were only $6...score!

The next dress I purchased was a wrap dress (left). It looks cute with a jean jacket over it for during the day, and then heels and bling for at night. I purchased a ring from the Kardashian Kollection specifically for this dress ($14.99), that really shines. I can also wear the Apostrophe gray tights with this dress.

Compare this dress on sale for $24 (regularly $48) to this wrap dress. Again, not much different but the price.

Ladies - let this be a lesson, if you need a wardrobe refresh, check out Sears, and help your dollar go further!



I received a gift card from searsStyle to help review as part of the Glam Trendsetter Program. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Sears. 

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