my picks | bloomingdale's sale

Bloomingdale's is having a sale event where you can save up to $100 off, making it a great time to stock up on fall pieces. All you have to do is become a "loyalist," if you aren't already, which is easy and free to sign up for. Take $25 off $100 or more, $50 off $250 or more, $100 off $500 or more, and $250 off $1,000 or more. No code required, you just need to enter your loyalist ID.

Now to the important part! A great Barbour jacket never goes out of style. This one has a feminine cut and could even be worn over a dress with tights and boots. And as for this twill jacket with leather sleeves... it's perfect for day or night. Oh, and these sateen skinnies are just the best color. 

I can see myself wearing this skirt with so much, right through spring. What a great silhouette. And this sweater and this one, tooso perfect for the changing seasons. As for jackets, please tell me what's more classic than a Burberry trench? The buttons and color are perfect. Also, I marked a few tops that are wonderful for layering or worn alonethis one, this one, and this one

Oh, you bet there are a few bag obsessions... a couple crossbody ones (here and here [drool!]) and this great pouch. Finally, on the shoes front... a perfect pair of loafers, a stunning set of tall boots, and these (I think I could live in them.).

Here are all of those options, plus more that I've picked out!

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  1. This isn't a buy more, save more event. $25 off $100 is a 25% off savings. $50 off $250 or $100 off $500 are both 50% off savings. So, it would be better to buy less, or break up purchases into $100 increments to maximize savings.

    1. I hear ya, Sarah! Good point! $50 off of $250 and $100 off of $500 are both 20% off. But if you are buying one expensive thing (say an investment piece over $500) and are therefore unable to break that purchase up into $100 increments, it's still a great deal since it allows you to save potentially $100 if it's $500 or more. :)


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