SHOPJCREW gets 25% off sale styles from Mon, 10/8 – Fri, 10/12. All prices in red should get the 25% off, including Factory items. There isn’t anything I really want, but I’ll share things I’d buy again:
Ink-dip popover ($49.99) – It’s down to $24.99 in-store. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I know some of you don’t want to pay higher than b&m prices. Or you aim to get the b&m price once you know about it. I know I do. Machine wash is always good. You could probably pull it straight out the dryer, smooth and wear. I usually wash both of mine at the same time and iron them at one time. Ironing was a household chore that I thought was fun at age 8 and it stuck. Youth is wasted on the young…
Merino turtleneck sweater ($49.99) – Online only. I tried M and then S in this year’s sweater. My usual S fit best. I have the crushed grape and heather burgundy (still regular price). Loves it. Purple is difficult to photograph, but you can take a gander of it on top of the Tuscan grape Cece leather flats at the bottom of this post.
Café capri in silky dot ($109.99 online, $79.99 in-store) – Irl pics – Size 6. I haven’t worn them yet because it’s been scorching. The weather has shifted a bit, so this may be the week. Will probably try the heather grey Tippi for the first run. If that looks funny, I’ll just go w/the navy Tippi. It’s always Tippi, Tippi, Tippi from me. I know, but I love the sweater.
Macalister high-heel ankle boots ($188) – Another one that’s cheaper in-store, $159.99. I haven’t worn these yet, either, but I expect the rubber heel to be comfortable. I like the contrast of the rubber to the black shoe.I wear 7.5 and the 8 fit fine. Not loose at all. I’m thinking these must form a bit to the feet as you wear them.
Shrunken blazer in polka dot pop art ($69.99) – Some JC pieces strike me as fit for the circus. This is in that category. I’ve always thought it was cute, but potentially costume-y. I’d get a 6, but I’m final sale shy. Anyone have this?
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