Happy, happy Friday friends! Yesterday & today I have been participating in #rsthecon which is rewardStyle (they own LiketoKnow.it)’s conference that happens every year. It was supposed to be back in April, but was cancelled & moved to August & made to be virtual. It’s actually really cool because usually it’s open to 200 of the top performing influencers & now thousands are able to attend virtually. It’s always motivating & a good learning experience, so I enjoy it. The part I enjoy most is seeing all of my friends I don’t get to see too often, but that will make it all the more better when we do get to see each other again one day! Anyways, since it’s Friday, that means it is time for another edition of The Weekly Lo Down! This has become so much fun for me to do each week for you all & I know it’s a fav for so many of you because of all of the info in it. I’ve got my favorite internet finds from the week, weekend deals/sales, discount codes, recent blog posts, & a charity to share. Let’s jump in!
The Weekly Lo Down
I pulled the trigger on a few pairs of booties & am already saving so many more. They are hands down my favorite thing to shop for when it starts to get cooler! I love this pair as a splurgeworthy option (I get a pair of her boots every year or two & they hold up FOREVER & are worth every penny when you consider cost per wear or CPW). This pair is on sale & so cute & also love these for when it’s colder.
I splurged on a pair of new designer sneakers I’ve been wanting forever in honor of one month of being 100% self-employed (see my post on when I quit my job for more). I found them here on eBay for less if you all interested! I sized down a 1/2 size. See my little video on Instagram REELS for more.
I found these perfect splurgeworthy denim shorts that I can’t stop thinking about. Is it too late in the year to buy a new pair?!
I found this face mask that I thought was the cutest one yet. I rounded up a ton of other cute face masks if you’re in the market for some! We’ll be wearing them indefinitely, so why not make ‘um cute, right?!
There are SO many good deals & sales going on this weekend outside of the Nordstrom Sale. I’m including all the best ones from my favorite retailers below. All of the brands or store names are hyperlinked, so just click on any of them & you’ll be taken straight to shop!
Ann Taylor has tons of mark downs.
Anthropologie is having 30% off sale clothing + 20% off select furniture.
Bandier has tons of great activewear on sale.
Baublebar is having 20% off everything with code: HBD10
CB2 is having 30% off bedding & bath.
Crate & Barrel has a 20% off upholstery event.
DSW is having 25% off must haves with code: KICKINIT.
Express has 40-50% off tops & jeans.
Evereve has up to 70% off clearance sale!
Free People is having sale styles up to 50% off.
Loft has 40% off with code: LOVEIT.
Marc Fisher has up to 70% off. *My discount code for them is below.*
Nordstrom Rack is having 50% off clearance dresses.
Pottery Barn is having free shipping on orders over $79 with code: COZY.
Vince Camuto has tons of transitional styles on sale for up to 75% off.
West Elm is having up to 40% off sectionals, couches, & chairs.
Allie + Bess- LAUREN20
Christina Greene– LAUREN25
Flawless Beauty– LAUREN10
Freedom Moses– ALOPROFILE
HP Housekeeping– LAUREN10
Liza Schwartz– ALOPROFILE
Marc Fisher– LAUREN20
Safe + Fair– ALOPROFILE20
Sakara Life– XOLAURENMR
Recent Blog Posts
Share the Love
This week’s ‘Share the Love’ is from my Change with Me post with my ongoing efforts to support the BLM movement. It is Reclaim the Block, which is an organization that was really brought to light after the horrible murder of George Floyd.Reclaim the Block began in 2018 and organizes Minneapolis community and city council members to move money from the police department into other areas of the city’s budget that truly promote community health and safety. We believe health, safety and resiliency exist without police of any kind. We organize around policies that strengthen community-led safety initiatives and reduce reliance on police departments. We do not believe that increased regulation of or public engagement with the police will lead to safer communities, as community testimony and documented police conduct suggest otherwise.They have now asked that if anyone wishes to support their work, that you instead give to one of the groups on this list.
I hope you all enjoyed this week’s edition of The Weekly Lo Down! I am coming off a few days of the virtual rewardStyle conference & am so excited with all the ideas going around in my head for you all going forward! I love any new time to get inspired, extra motivated, & to really change things up for the better. In the mean time, I hope you all have a wonderful, safe, & rejuvenating weekend. XO