5 Fab Finds Under $50

Monday, March 15, 2021


zodiac necklace | flip flops | pajamas | button-down shirt | straw bag

Now that Daylight Saving Time is here, I've got spring fever! Longer days and more sunlight have me itching to put away my sweaters and booties and replace them with sandals, lightweight tops, and cute bags that signal warmer weather. Here are a few items to add to your wardrobe in anticipation of spring and summer days ahead.

1. Zodiac Necklace ($15) - My daughters have been really into Zodiac signs and astrology lately as well as jewelry, so I ordered these necklaces for their Easter baskets. I ordered one for myself as well because why not?! I think they are so pretty, and they are such a great price that you can buy them for all your astrology-loving friends.

2. Flip Flops ($18) - Remember those clunky flip flops and sandals from the 90s? Thank goodness they were left in the 90s! Today's summer footwear is light and effortless, like these thin metallic gold flip-flops. They don't offer a ton of support, but they are super cute and come in 10+ colors.

3. Pajama Set ($35) - It's become completely acceptable to stay in your pajamas all day. Why not make it a great day in this soft, comfy set with a neutral leopard. This simple and stylish two-piece set works for day or night. 

4. Button-Down Shirt ($30) - We love a great classic white button-down shirt, but sometimes you have to mix it up. This button-down is still as polished as a plain white one, but this one has a little more personality and a modern update with a leopard print. Roll up the sleeves and pair with denim cutoffs for a youthful, fun look.

5. Straw Bag ($45) - I love carrying straw bags in the spring and summer. A great tote is a must-have for the beach or just for strolling about town. But for dinner or lunch out, I love a fun statement bag. This one has colorful pompom trim and basketweave construction for a season-appropriate look.

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