The Prettiest Top You Need for $24

I’m a sucker for style steals and when this pretty top arrived, I couldn’t believe it was only $24. I wore this a month ago with leather leggings, but it looks great with denim or dress it up with a pencil skirt as well.

Lately I only online shop. With my schedule and my two boys, it is the only way I can shop for fashion (and some essentials on Amazon). How do you online shop? I have some tips on how to make it easier below if you struggle with it or have a fear of buying clothes online.





Cold Shoulder Embroidered Top {$24}

Alice & Olivia Leather Leggings (other colors at 70% off)

Old Chanel Bag (other bags I love here and here)

Angular Sunglasses {$22}

Chevron Louboutins


I don’t spend much on clothing these days and that’s due to the onset of reasonable clothes that look expensive but don’t cost a fortune.  From Zara, to my own brand (T&J Designs) to Asos, there are so many options now and if you are a great online shopper, you can find AMAZING fashionable deals.


Here are some easy tips for those you that need to take the jump online:


#1 Shop on sites where shipping is free to you and easy to return.

#2 Buy more than one size if you aren’t sure!  I always do as I’m impatient, hate waiting to exchange, and getting a refund is so easy after you return the size that doesn’t fit

#3 Read the bullet points, return and shipping policies and ask customer service if you have a sizing question.

#4 The three sites I find easiest to shop online with and there’s little issues . . . Nordstrom, Shopbop and Revolve Clothing but overall I shop everywhere online. Obviously owning my own e-commerce store I’m always learning and hoping our customers love to shop with us. Giving our customers the best experience is VERY important to us.

#5 Comparison price shop – Google the brand, the style, I look at Amazon and price compare. From there you’ll find the best price with the best shipping options!

#6 Make sure to look around each site to see that it is reputable and secure. I do always recommend shopping on bigger sites at first to get used to it.  Smaller boutiques like mine are doing well as well, and what helps is that we are transparent as to who we are as owners so it’s safe to assume, you’ll find me if you have an issue. Trust your gut, look at the about us and support big and small!


Happiest week! It has been a busy one and we are one day closer to Friday.





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