Best Labor Day Sales to Shop this Year

Hi friends! How are you!? I have been a little absent from the blog for the past week or so, as I am in the midst of changing jobs. There is a little more to the my job change, but I’ll save that life update for another post. Today, I am sharing the best Labor Day sales for this year. If you haven’t heard, get excited. There are some really good ones, with a wide range of fashion, beauty and home goods! This is a perfect time to take advantage of the low prices and stock up on items for fall or those year-round basics. Before we dive into the sale details, here are a few particular  items I am currently loving and a few things are sitting in my shopping cart waiting to become mine – ha!

THE LABOR DAY SALES

Now that I have shared some of my personal favorites, here’s the roundup with all the details you need to know so you can fully capitalize on all the shopping opportunities.

Note: If you are reading this on Thursday, September 30, check back on Friday for new sale updates. I will update this page when other big sales are announced. 

Target

Through September 3, take up to 30% off, plus an extra 15% off furniture! No code needed.

J.Crew

In stores & online, get 30% off new arrivals plus an extra 10% your purchase through midnight on September 4. Use code BIGSALE.

Kendra Scott

Enjoy up to 25% off during their buy more, save more event, which goes through Monday, September 3. Discounts are are automatically applied when your purchase contains the minimum spend, as follows: 15% off for spending $100, 20% off for spending $150 and $25% off for spending $200 or more.

Keds

Take 20% off of orders of $50 or more when you enter the code BACK2STYLE at checkout. Only one redemption is allowed per customer and this deal goes through Monday, September 3. Oh and GOOD NEWS — the super comfy and cute metallic slide-ons I wore on our trip out to California are on sale for $25!!

LOFT

Take 40% off your purchase plus free shipping on orders over $125. Use code LABORDAY in stores and online through

Ann Taylor

Get 40% off full-price styles starts plus an extra 50% off sale items through on Sunday, September 2 at 12:00 AM EST. To receive offer online, use code READYSETSALE at checkout.

J.Crew Factory

Take 50% off everything, including new arrivals in stores and online (some exclusions apply). Plus, take an extra 50% off clearance. Use code SALEAWAY through midnight on Monday, September 3.

Bloomingdales

No code needed to enjoy 20-55% off select items through Monday, September 3. Get free shipping with promo code X100DAUAJ4J. Ends 9/5. They have a great selection of handbags on sale from designers like Kate Spade and Rebecca Minkoff.

Old Navy

All jeans, tees, sweatshirts and dresses are 50% off through , and tees, now through September 4.

Macys

Take an extra 10-20% off select departments and enjoy free shipping with the code WKND, now through Monday, September 3.

Vineyard Vines

Shop 50% off select endless summer styles through Wednesday, September 5.

Sephora

Through Monday, September 3, Beauty Insider’s enjoy 10% off with code YESINSIDER. Rouge Members get 20% off purchases with code YESROUGE. Unlimited purchases in stores. Online, the code can only be used once.

ULTA

Get a 20% coupon with qualifying purchases when you use code: 679729. This deal goes through Saturday, September 1.

Pottery Barn

Enjoy up to 70% off more than 1,000 items! Plus, now through Monday, September 3, get up to 30% off your regular-priced order by using code SAVEMORE. Save 15% on merchandise order totals of $100 or more, 20% on merchandise order totals of $500 or more, 25% on merchandise order totals of $1,000 or more, and 30% on merchandise order totals of $3,000 or more.

Williams-Sonoma

Use code FALL to get 20% off your order and free shipping. Plus, get an extra 30% off clearance with code EXTRA.

Now, I’d love to hear about your shopping plans. What do you consider to be the best Labor Day sales for this year? Are there any items you plan to snag while their on sale this weekend? Also, if you don’t plan on shopping this weekend, let me what you’ll be up to.

For me, Will and I will be heading out to the Virginia countryside for some relaxation. Weather depending, we hope to get some kayaking and/or river tubing in! I hope you all get a chance to enjoy the weekend and savor the last bits of summer weather.

Cheers & have a great Labor Day weekend!

Sarah Camille

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My Travel Look + The Most Interesting Podcast Episodes I’ve Heard Lately

Life has been pretty busy recently, and we have had lots of road trips. Last weekend, we went to California to Will’s brother’s wedding which involved a cross-country flight and a few hours in the car. With that trip and several other road trips this summer, I have burned through A LOT of podcast episodes. But a few particularly interesting podcast episodes stand out. So today, I am revealing these share-worthy podcasts and my travel look from the weekend.

But first, a couple of shots from our California adventure… 

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The 5 Most Interesting Podcast Episodes I’ve Heard Lately

When it comes to podcasts, I think I am pretty picky. Most of all, I enjoy listening to entertaining, intriguing people talk about their personal experiences, relationships and things that impact the way we all coexist in this world. I love hearing about something new. Add a bit of drama or something unusual, and I’m sucked in. If this sounds at all like some of the criteria that goes into your podcast picks, you should check out the episodes I’ve shared!

Emotional LaborDear Sugars

This podcast episode highlights the invisible work that is done most often exclusively by wives and girlfriends. There’s a never-ending list of things women are taught to handle from a young age: making the grocery list, coordinating with the babysitter, making food for the party, scheduling a get-together with family and keeping track of all the appointments. The list goes on! What I found most interesting about this episode was how most men were oblivious to the invisible work discussed and how these social constructs seem to be shifting now that most adult men and women are working full-time jobs in the U.S.

Katie Couric on Death & Dishonesty – Death, Sex & Money

In this interview, Katie Couric opens up about her first marriage and how they dealt with his diagnosis and ultimate death. She shares a valuable perspective on what it’s like to see someone you love dying and how you keep moving forward, while allowing space to grieve.

Sharing DNA and Nothing Else  – Death, Sex & Money

Have you ever thought of taking a mail-in DNA test? Amy did just that and the results she got rocked her world. This is a fascinating podcast episode about family dynamics and what it really means to call someone family.

Rip It Life: Building Your Dream Career & Still Enjoy Life with Al GoldmanThe Confused Millennial

Are you the type of person to pick-up your bags and move across the country in one week’s time? I can’t say for sure that I am, but I loved hearing how fellow 20-something Al Goldman did this, all while making big career moves and maintaining a work-life balance. Al and Rachel, of the Confused Millennial, have a refreshing discussion about the importance of being as passionate for your career as you are for the life outside of your 9 to 5.

Jimmy Fallon Will Never Make Fun of YouHere’s The Thing with Alec Baldwin

The one and only Jimmy Fallon has a candid chat with Alec Baldwin about his rise to fame. He shares a lot of interesting insights about his life. And unsurprisingly, this is a really fun and entertaining podcast to listen to. It’s perfect if you could use a laugh and some motivation for achieving your dreams!

Here’s The Thing with Alec Baldwin is a great podcast for movie buffs, since Baldwin has a lot of personal interviews with various Hollywood insiders. Death, Sex & Money is my all-time favorite podcast. I have been listening to it for several years and always find the stories refreshing and entertaining. In contrast, Dear Sugars and The Confused Millennial are the two most recent podcasts I have started listening to that I love. Dear Sugars shares letters from around the country to kickoff conversations that mostly circle around relationships and social constructs. The Confused Millennial has a lot of episodes about living your best life, from career to self-improvement, and the host Rachel keeps things real!

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Here’s my airport look from our travels last weekend!

Top (Similar) | Sweatshirt (Similar) | Ripped Jeans | Slide-on Sneakers | Suitcase | Bag (Similar) | Bracelet | Sunglasses

The slide-on sneakers I wore were perfect for the airport! They come in a modern metallic grey, that has just enough shine to spice up your outfit and they are super comfy! I always have to travel with a sweatshirt or sweater too. What do you prefer to wear at the airport?

I love listening to podcasts during my commute and travels most of all. So, I’m curious to hear when you listen to podcasts and what you’ve been listening to.

What is the most interesting podcast episode you have heard lately?

Have you listened to any of the episodes I shared, or any of the podcasts in general?  What type of podcasts do you like to listen to? Let’s chat in the comments!

Cheers,

Sarah Camille

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The Truth about the First 100 Days of Marriage

Everyone said it would fly by and it really did. The special day we anticipated for months came and went in a flash. Now, it has been a whole 100 days since Will and I got married. While it seems like we got married yesterday, we have also accomplished and learned a lot in the past 100 days! Today I wanted to share the truth about our first 100 days of marriage. People often question if marriage really changes the dynamic of a relationship, so I am going to touch on that as well. Here are our honest and personal opinions.

The Logistics

For both of us, married life has not felt much different from the year we spent engaged. I moved in with Will last summer, so aside from us (mainly me!) doing some additional decorating now that we are married, our home dynamic is the same. We still go grocery shopping, cook together and enjoy talking about our days on walks at night. It’s not particularly exciting or glamorous but they are the steady aspects of our relationship we can find comfort in.

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Our Biggest Change

We instantly agreed on what the single biggest change is that we have experienced since entering into married life. Now, we have much more free time! We knew wedding planning was taking up a lot of time, even more than I had originally anticipated. But, I didn’t realize just how much it took the focus off our long term plans, something Will and I have loved talking and dreaming about together since day one. Now that we are married, conversations about our future together are back in full force. We have a renewed excitement for where we are right now and everything that is to come.

Since getting married, other changes for us have included a new job for Will and some changes in my career. Will’s new job requires more travel than his previous one, so I have had to (and am still trying to) get used to weeks with less quality time than I’d like! I welcome any and all tips for those of you with a partner who travels a lot.

Level of Commitment

While we agreed about having extra time to think about our plans, Will and I have different views when it comes to the commitment that comes with marriage. Will said today he feels no different about his commitment to me than he did last year. I, however, can’t help but feel like sharing our vows publicly cemented and strengthened our commitment to each other. It is hard to explain, but I have felt an extra comfort and security ever since we exchanged our vows.

I wonder if our difference in opinion is something men and women often view differently. Will, like most men, solidified his commitment when he decided to propose. In contrast, I place a lot of value on words, so I feel like there was a difference in me saying, “Yes, I’ll marry you!” and “I promise I’ll always be there for you. I am yours forever.”

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Reminders

The first 100 days have been action-packed and full of change for us. We have a tendency to pack a lot on our plates and do as many fun things as we can. While this is an intention that comes from our excitement to do new things together, we’ve had to remind ourselves that there is no reason to rush. Slowing down and spreading out our plans helps us enjoy each new and individual experience more thoroughly.

In the past 100 days, we have celebrated my little brother’s high school graduation and my grandfather’s 80th birthday. We’ve gotten some beach time with family, had a long weekend in the woods and have enjoyed a hike, kayaking and two motorcycle racing weekends. Looking back, I’m not sure how we did all these things! We were originally supposed to go to Europe the month after our wedding, and due to feeling overwhelmed with all the things on our schedules, we postponed that trip. That might just be the best, first decision we made as a married couple! Hopefully, we can continue to pace ourselves.

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Still Learning

When I first met Will, I was overwhelmed by all the questions he asked and just how much he wanted to know about me. Our relationship has grown a lot since that hot summer day, but I’m constantly reminded there are lessons learn about each other and our relationship. We are constantly growing and discovering new things about each other.

Three years into our relationship and 100 days into our marriage and I still wake up thinking, “How did I get so lucky?!” I hope we never stop feeling grateful to have each other. But, just like before marriage, we have our ups and downs, both individually and as a couple. One of the hardest times for me before marriage was losing my job. But going through that experience together gave us a vital lesson. When one of us is down, the person who is in a better state, has to pull the other back up and offer support. Our highs and lows provide us with lessons to make our relationship stronger. We love each other without expectation that the other will magically “save us,” and with the appreciation that being with the other person makes our lives feel completely whole.

“In all the world there is no heart for me like yours. In all the world there is no love for you like mine.” – Maya Angelou

Before marriage, I wondered whether or not marriage can change relationship dynamics, and I have a new perspective now that I’m married. I don’t think a relationship changing positively or negatively after marriage is necessarily the result of the marriage. The quality of a marriage is the result of the continual time and care both partners put in.

Are you married or planning a wedding? I would love to hear if you think marriage changes the dynamic of relationships.

Do you think the level of commitment changes when you get married? Or, do you think marriage is just a social construct and a legal change that doesn’t matter? Let’s chat in the comments.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

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