Right now Gap is offering 40% off for cardholders, code thanku, and 35% off, code love, on all regular priced items. Anddddd, Ebates is offering 8% cash back so don't forget to use that too!
Back in August, I ordered both these heels for $100 (total) to try for the wedding we had. I had rented my dress through Rent the Runway for $30 and decided since I was saving so much money by not buying a dress, I'd finally get a new pair of dressy heels. The black heels I typically wear were at least 8 years old and any others I have are just too uncomfortable to deal with - you guessed it, bridesmaid shoes! I wasn't sure which color would look better with the dress so I ordered both the week before and plan to return the ones I didn't wear. Turns out I loved them both so much and was blown away at how comfortable they were I kept them both. Seriously, I had low expectations on comfort, but was just amazed. 5 stars for price, style, and comfort!
I also ordered a ficus pandurata bush, aka a fiddle leaf fig bush, because I saw they were back in stock on Home Depot when I was ordering the mirrors and fixtures for the girls' bathroom. I figured for $16 if I can only keep it alive for a few months it won't hurt and if it somehow does live, then best $16 spent because we could really use some friendly house plants around here.
Lastly, I ordered two cook books from Amazon as well, Everyday Detox and Sheet Pan Suppers. I don't mind cooking, but I need easy recipes that don't require too much prep or attention. I'm a big fan of my crockpot, but hopefully the sheet pan suppers will be a nice change up. The Everyday Detox has a great premise behind it and how to truly eat naturally, but thankfully the other isn't encouraging that unless it's what you want, but just sharing great healthy recipes.
So tell me, what have you bought lately!
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