Another Monday, another Covet List!
(A little background: Since I’ve decided that coveting is infinitely more agreeable than reckless spending, I was thrilled to be approached by Nadia Carriere of Child Mode to participate in the Monday Covet List. Together with some of my favorite fashion and style bloggers, Nicole Feliciano of Mom Trends, Vera Sweeney of Lady and the Blog and Audrey McClelland of Mom Generations, we’ll share 3-4 covet-worthy products that we are currently lusting over.)
Of course, I’ve realized that coming up with a covet list is way too easy because I tend to covet things all the time. This week, I’ve got the following gorgeous pieces on my mind (and perhaps favourited on my browser)…
This week I’m paying homage to one of my favourite Canadian purveyors of frugal fashion: Joe Fresh. The Loblaw Company apparel line, Canada’s biggest clothing brand, launched online shopping at the beginning of this month to eager consumers. And while I’ve never found it particularly difficult to find Joe Fresh clothing – living in close proximity to Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore and the Joe Fresh stand-alone store at Heartland Shopping Centre – I do find it frustrating to sift through clothing to find a particular look or size, especially since each boutique is organized differently. And since I always spend more than $50 at Joe Fresh, I’m loving the fact that the clothing can be sent straight to my door at no extra cost.
HOT TIP: Check the SALE section frequently online. Right now you can grab long-sleeved tees (in 12 colours!) on clearance for just $4.94, and tank tops are a steal at just $3.94 each.
This week, I’ve got my eye on the following items –
Pictured, top to bottom: Ruffle Silk Shirt, $49; Long Puffer Jacket, $89; Wide Stripe Cardigan, $19.