I love the Shopbop Main Event sale. Spend under-$500, and you save 25%. Spend over-$500, and you save 30%. While the sale is a great time to splurge on a pricey bag (like this Sophie Hulme bowling bag) or a great work dress (like this Black Halo v-neck sheath), you can get more bang for your buck by stacking smaller purchases. So here are my ten best picks under-$200.
Left, Cupcakes and Cashmere Jason Dress ($140) // SEA Back Pleat Tee ($150) // Velvet Aretha Top ($117) // Madewell Triton Earrings ($28) // Reema d’Orsay Flats ($110) // Oliveve Anastasia Clutch ($135) // Edelman Hazel Pumps ($120) // English Factory Tie Sleeve Sweater ($98) // Fifth Label Dream Weaver Sweater ($80) // Monrow V-Neck Baseball Dress ($135)
I absolutely have to have that Velvet striped sweater. It’s such a great fall basic. And with those silver foil pumps . . . on point.
Need some bonus picks? The flirty skirt on this findersKeepers dress makes it a fun fall LBD. Don’t forget about the home section for fun gifts. This Rifle Paper Co. ‘Bon Voyage’ calendar is a fun gift for interns or friends.
Head over to the sale and see if there is any discounted goodness that you can’t live without!
Hi Belle, The image is coming through fuzzy.
Ugh, so sorry, I was on a plane or I would have seen this sooner. Deepest apologies.
Blurry image for me as well. Thanks for including the prices in the picks!
Jenn S. says:
Thirding the blurry image. If you click it, however, the image URL loads the image properly.
Even the images in the blown-up collage are quite fuzzy.
Also, just a suggestion for Belle from a usability standpoint – find a way to indicate that name and e-mail are required fields for leaving a comment (an asterisk next to the field name is most common).
I think you have some sort of an issue with mobile browser optimization. Some of the photos look blurry.
I noticed that today, too. I’m trying to get to the bottom of it. Thanks for letting me know.
Question on all the high heels. do you find that you are still reaching for them and that your feet can handle it? At 35, they aren’t really on my “list” anymore. Just curious.
I wear them quite a bit. Whenever I’m wearing a plain outfit and like, “this needs something.”