Just before the holiday, I got the offer from JCrew for 30% off one entire purchase along with free shipping.
I debated and debated what to use it on until about 30 minutes before the offer expired, ultimately ordering 2 shirts.
A gingham boyfriend shirt and this chambray one.
I've thought about this shirt off and on again since the one I have in the same shade is very long and almost tunic like.
I want one that isn't quite so long.
I have a denim shirt in a very dark wash as well.
But I had not come across the lighter wash in a more fitting length.
The price is what had me debating until the last moments, but I finally pulled the trigger and am glad I did.
Same story goes for this necklace.
I loved it as soon as I saw it, but shied away because of the price even though the color and rope will easily make it relevant all through out the warmer months as well.
When I received a rewards coupon that brought the price of it down to a miniscule amount, I was able to justify buying it.
And when I got both of these items home, I asked myself why I am so quick to decide on "cheaper" items, when if I debated them more and maybe spent a little extra on something I really loved, wouldn't it be better?
Do I pull the trigger faster because lower price tag = less guilt?
All I can say is I am so glad I bought both of these items and I predict you will see them reappear here again and again.
Are you seduced by price tags?
Does seeing a great price make you not even think twice about adding something to your wardrobe?
I would love to have everyone weigh in on this topic!
chambray shirt: jcrew
striped sweater: limited
necklace and ring: express
skirt and earrings: new york & company