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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Inside FabFitFun’s Summer Box 

what's inside the FabFitFun summer box

Hi friends!

Summer officially began last week, and with perfect timing arrived my FabFitFun Summer box. I have talked about this subscription box a couple times before, but if you haven’t heard of it you may be surprised with what a great value it is! I love getting a few fun seasonal items in the mail that I would not think to buy for myself and/or are from brands I have not yet heard about.

what's inside the FabFitFun summer box

Cargo HD Picture Perfect Highlighter in Bronze, $30

Highlighters are hot this year, and this was on my list of things to purchase. This one does not disappoint – I’m already in love with how shimmery and silky it is!

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Way of Will Post Training Massage Oil, $29.50

I opted for a fitness themed item and got this post-workout massage oil. The oil is a mix of peppermint oil, chamomile oil, and lemongrass oil. I have used peppermint oil for pain management before, so I’m excited to try this!

BKR Bottle in Rosie, $35

This 16 ounce bottle is dishwasher safe, and the silicone is BPA and phthalate free, too.

Understated Leather Travel Set, $28

I also opted for a travel themed item, instead of the artist and chef items, and I got this awesome, rose gold leather travel set. It includes a luggage tag and passport holder.

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Juice Beauty Smoothing Eye Concentrate, $29

I had not heard of the Juice Beauty brand but I’m excited to try this product. The formulas is organic and the product has a subtle green apple scent!

Kris Nations Mystic Bar Necklace, $58

This necklace is adjustable in length, from 16″ to 18″. It looks great paired with other neutral or colorful necklaces.

Avene Eau Thermale Ultra-Light Hydrating Sunscreen Lotion, $24

This is another brand I’m not familiar with, but with an initial try it works nicely under my makeup. The formula is fragrance, paraben, and oil free, too!

Michael Stars Ruana, $54

This ruana is a multi-use product that can work as a scarf, sarong, or wrap! It may be my favorite item in this season’s box (I can’t decide yet!). And I can’t wait to wear it at the beach next week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The total value of my box is $287.50. I think that’s pretty impressive given the high quality of the products included and the low cost of each box. If you would like to try this out or gift a FabFitFun box to a friend, the cost for one box is $49.99. If you buy an annual subscription, the cost per box is $45, and you get to pick which types of themed items you’ll receive (like a beauty item vs. a fitness item).

Click here to receive $10 off your first FabFitFun box!

Have you ever used any of these items? Are you a FabFitFun subscriber? Have you tried a similar subscription box program? I’d love to hear your thoughts on subscription boxes like this one.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

 

 

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5 Wedding Planning Tips for Every Bride to Be

Will and I got engaged on April 2. That means we are now eleven weeks into planning our wedding and (WHOA!) it has been a roller coaster ride so far. But, I hear this is only the beginning! So today I would like to share an update on the planning progress I have made so far and share my top five most helpful wedding planning tips for my fellow brides-to-be.

The Update

So far, I have gotten a handful of things locked down. We have a venue for the ceremony and reception. Our venue, the Goodstone Inn, also includes catering so this was sort of a three-in-one decision. This also means we are locked in to get married on April 28, 2018 (eeek! :-)). We have also secured a photographer – Jof Panlaqui, aka Joffoto – and we are super excited to be working with him.

This past weekend I went wedding dress shopping with my mom, and we found a perfect dress! I’m quite excited about it because my dress will incorporate lace from my grandmother’s wedding dress, which was also on my mom’s dress and I’ll get to wear the veil my late grandomother made for my mom. I was named after my grandmother, so it means a lot to me to have her be a part of my wedding day.

In addition to these big things, we have drafted our guest list, chosen our wedding party, made some decisions on the timing/agenda for our big day and have come close to solidifying our band. Outstanding items for us to figure out include a florist, cake/dessert, our send off, specialized signs, our officiant, stationery, our hashtag and the list goes on and on!!

The Wedding Planning Tips

  1. Prioritize!  Before you book or buy anything, think about what’s most important to you. A lot of timelines will advise you to book things in a certain order but remember – timelines are guidelines! If something is “the most important thing” for you, then book it first and let that be the foundation for your other plans.
  2. Pick a theme that’s true to you and your fiancé.  You’re planning a BIG day that revolves around the two of you. Avoid creating a false personality for your wedding. Think about both of your styles at the very beginning and pinpointing an authentic theme. This will help with so many decisions along the way. You may like many different styles, decor and ambiances, but if you’re indecisive think about think about which element matches your identity best. Ideally guests will come to the wedding and think, “Oh! This is so them!”
  3. Brainstorm!  Whether it’s Pinterest or bridal magazines, dive into a resource that will get you thinking creatively. Save anything you like for plans that you still need to solidify. There are great websites too that can help you think about fun personal touches you can add to your wedding. Southern Weddings, which a friend recommended to me (thanks Emily!), has amazing profiles of real weddings. There are tons of great resources out there though. Check them out, find out what you like and maintain a way of organizing your creative brainstorming sessions so that you can easily find the information later on.
  4. Take a break!  I try to have a couple days each week when I “forget” about the wedding planning. This helps prevent burnout and maintains the element of fun. There’s no right or wrong cadence for breaks. It is important to have some time away from the wedding plans throughout the process. Some people want to wait on the wedding planning and have a break for a few weeks once they get engaged, while others (like me) want to dive right in,  get a few things solidified and then take a break. Think about what’s most realistic for you and have your fiancé hold you accountable (he/she will probably enjoy distracting you from it!!).
  5. Expect to feel overwhelmed.  At some point (if not several times) you’ll get overwhelmed and that is 100% normal. There’s a learning curve with wedding planning and SO many different things to figure out. Just work through the overwhelming feelings and remember why you’re planning in the first place. This is an exciting time, so have fun and enjoy the crazy ride that is wedding planning!

Before you start any wedding planning, check out these five tips that will help any bride to be get through the beginnings of the wedding planning process.

So, these are my tips for anyone who recently got engaged, has recently started planning their wedding or those of you who are friends with a bride-to-be. Have you planned a wedding? Or have you been part of the planning process with a close friend or family member? I woul d love to hear about your personal experiences and if you have additional tips.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

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