Madewell Terrance Dress
originally $98, on sale $69.99 - 30% + tax + price adjustment = $43.49
I used my Frye boots earnings from my eBay sales (talked about here).
This was my first purchase from Madewell. I was a bit skeptical and a bit nervous about ordering without trying on their clothing first. I based my size from their sizing chart, reviews, and my past experiences with J.Crew and settled with a XS. The dress fits just as I prefer. It'll only need minor 2 inch hem. For your reference, I am 5'2", 115lbs, 32C.
Kamik Rainboot (exact)
originally $55, on sale 29.99 + tax = $32.61
I finally gave in and bought rainboots. It down-poured earlier this month and I wore my Aldo boots out. That afternoon, on my 5 minute walk to the car across campus, my boots soaked up a ton of water. I figured it is cheaper to replace/purchase rainboots than to replace my boot-boots. I haven't had a chance to wear them yet as luck would have it, it stopped raining once they arrived.
I purchased these boots from 6pm. I was debating between this pair and the solid yellow. I wasn't sure what to do so I texted my brother and he didn't respond, so with impulse I pulled the trigger for the floral since I really like floral prints. Then he responded saying yellow because all the tv shows have yellow or a solid bright color - this made me really wanted the yellow colored boot. I tried calling 6pm to cancel the order and they wouldn't let me - this happened all within 10 minutes. The fit for me is ok, but I won't be able to wear thick socks. If you're inbetween sizes, I suggest going the size up and putting in an insert for a more snug fit. Also if you have slightly larger calves, I'd suggest going up.
Asics Gel Keyano 19 (exact)
originally $150, on sale $82.59 - 20% coupon + tax = $71.85
I used gift cards that I purchased for: $100 for $80
I have the exact pair in black. I really love these shoes for running. They provide the support that I need. I've been told that when I run, I land on the inner side of my feet. People suggested I get a better shoe that provides more stability. Prior to the Asics, the transition from Nike FreeRun was a hard because of the weight difference. Now I can feel the support difference especially on long runs.
March Total: $147.95
Left for year: $980.22
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