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May Shopping Summary

Shopping

Even though Memorial Day weekend is full of sales, I actually did zero shopping this weekend. Other than buying flowers for our balcony. I also bought some habanero pepper plants, some herbs, and one tomato plant. Fingers crossed they all survive!

Earlier this month, though, I did some damage during a sale at The Limited and cashed in a $20 coupon to Bucketfeet that I earned through EarndIt (which, if you have a Fitbit, Garmin, Nike+, Jawbone, Foursquare, etc and aren’t using EarndIt, why not?). I also took advantage of the Cleveland Marathon Expo and a Swirlgear sale to get some fun running gear.

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running-gear

1. The Limited White Pencil Skirt – $29 (on sale)

2. The Limited Textured White Tee – $25 (on sale)

3. The Limited Ashton Blouse – $32 (on sale)

4. Bucketfeet Fat Sugar – $53 (w/$20 coupon)

5. One More Mile Tech Tank – $15 (expo price)

6. Swirlgear Hoodie – $32 (ambassador discount)

7. Swirlgear Long Sleeved Tech Shirt – $32 (still on sale for $22.40 + tax and shipping!)

Total – $218

The white skirt and pink blouse followed the one in, one out line of thinking as I now have a white skirt and a pink blouse for sale on Poshmark (or Threadflip, if you prefer).

I’m still on the hunt for the perfect white shell and this one from the Limited is okay. It’s a bit more of a t-shirt than I would like, although it’s not see-thru at all, which I appreciate. It also runs quite big. I bought the XS and dried it the dryer hoping it will shrink a bit.

However, if you’re on the hunt for cute, comfy canvas shoes I definitely recommend Bucketfeet! I know they sell them in stores but I ordered mine online. They don’t come in half sizes which worried me at first since I’m typically a 7.5 but the 7 fit me perfectly. I wore them basically all day Saturday and Sunday and my feet had zero complaints.

And the running gear? What I can say. I’m a sucker for fun stuff. The hoodie is more loungewear then running gear for me, but I’m excited to wear the tank during at least one of my Madison to Chicago Ragnar Relay legs next month. It kind of sums up our team. And, I love my Swirlgear short-sleeved tops so much that this winter I was sad that I didn’t own any of the long-sleeved ones. Problem sorted!

3 replies on “May Shopping Summary

  1. Valerie

    I’m a sucker for cute workout clothes too– and those shoes are adorable! I’ll have to check out this Earndit thing too- did it take long to accumulate enough points?

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      I earn about 250 points per week (mostly due to my Fitbit) and I think most of the rewards are 250 or less. I believe you earn about 10 points per mile, too. You can save them up and also use them to “buy” entries into giveaways, too. And during the holidays you can donate points and then Earndit donates to charity.

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