This is (sadly) the last post in my fun Marshalls collaboration. All good things have to come to an end though, right?!
My weekly trips to Marshalls have become a habit that I don’t foresee myself breaking anytime soon. My friends and co-workers have started to expect the “Thanks, it’s from Marshalls!” response when they compliment a new piece of clothing or pair of shoes. “Jess! Those pumps are amazing. Let me guess.. They’re from Marshalls…” As much as I don’t want to spill my secrets, the selection is just too good not to share! And then I always get the “You have to take me with you next time!” when I tell them the designer and price (or lack thereof). 😉
My first post was a colorful one! I found this great eyelet and coral dress and knew it would be on repeat all spring and summer long. I paired it with pops of mint for it’s first blog debut.
This post was one of my favorite outfit posts to date! An unbelievable dress paired with pearls and polished accessories. It’s hard to go wrong with a classic and feminine look!
This post was all about my feminine finds at Marshalls. Pointy pumps, tweed-like jackets, frilly skirts, classic clutches, scalloped shirts, etc. All wrapped into one for a girly work outfit!
I found the perfect neutral sheath dress at Marshalls and it spoke volumes to me. I put a Mad Men spin on it in this post. A classic combination of beige and black! Besides, who can say no to a glittery bow belt?!
This post was all about the versatility of a chambray shirt, a frequent topic of discussion here on Bows & Sequins. I switched it up and paired my polka dot chambray with another woven top and tied up the front to mimic a denim jacket / cardigan!
The final outfit post was all about mixing neutrals for a thoughtless chic ensemble! Not sure what to wear? Make it a mix of black, white, and tan and you really can’t go wrong!
Marshalls has the hottest brand name and designer items that turn every day into an occasion for fabulous.
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Marshalls via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are my own and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Marshalls.