Building on today’s under $100 wish list, today I’m over on Refinery… rocking an outfit that (excluding the necklace) cost just $100… for everything! A dress, a blazer, ankle boots, and a bag… pretty good, right? My bargain hunting skills definitely need some honing, but I am proud of the finds I snagged at TJ Maxx. Pop on over and read the feature.
photography by Masha Maltsava for Refinery29
your skin looks amazing! i wish mine looked that glowy and clear! what do you swear by to keep acne at bay, and keep it moisturized?? great outfit too!
aw, thanks katie. to be honest I think I’m just lucky. I don’t break out but my skin does get pretty dry… I keep my skincare regime super super simple. I wash my face with Elizabeth Denn from Beauty Bets / One Love Organics face oil, and then moisturize with Olay Total Effects (it has sunscreen) in the AM) and a hydrating face oil that my friend blended for me at night.
I’m seriously impressed that you scored this entire look for just 100 big ones — You look amazing! Good work 😉
Beautiful! Those are some pretty incredible finds!
love the blazer! and by the way you have gorgeous hair 🙂 jealous 🙂
Wow that is impressive. It take a great deal of skill to hunt down a great bargain and to stay open minded while doing it. I wish we had TJ Maxx in Canada.
Everything was under $100? Wow. That bag is fabulous.
Beautiful! Love the ankle boots 🙂
Wow! I would have never guessed everything was under $100. you look great!
Amazing! Great pieces!
You look so pretty Grace! Love this outfit and the details.
I love this idea! The jacket is to die for 🙂
Your skin DOES look amazing – and I love that color blue on you! xo
I love that outfit!!!!!! I enjoyed the article and pictures.
What a gorgeous look!!!
grace- this blazer is amazing, love the print. i know you have been going through some rough stuff (i’m in the same breakup boat as you are), but you look so happy in your pictures! stay positive!
ps i just saw this quote and it ran really true to me, so i thought it may for you as well….
“Things didn’t work out because, well, greater things were in the works. It’s so difficult while we’re blind and hurting and don’t know which way is up. But, if you have faith in anything, have faith in the fact that the universe has a beautiful way of straightening thing out far better than we ever could. You may not see it today or tomorrow, but you will look back in a few years and be absolutely perplexed and awed by how every little thing added up and brought you somewhere wonderful – or where you always wanted to be. You will be grateful that things didn’t work out the way you once wanted them to.”
~ What Happens After What Was “Supposed to Be” via Thought Catalog