We Search. We Find. We ShopStyle

Long time readers know I love online shopping and some may even say I’m pretty good at it (maybe too good). I shop like it’s my second job.  I’ve been using ShopStyle for years, not only for my blog but when I’m browsing/shopping online. It’s super easy and convenient to use. You can search for items on your wish list, favorite them and set an alert for when the item goes on sale (great for bargain hunters). It’s also a great way to organize and save items that you’re currently coveting.

We ShopStyle Campaign-3
Shirt: ShopStyle x Everlane 
Skirt: Ann Taylor 
Bangles: Stella & Dot Gilded Arrow Bangle & Eden Bangle & Vintage
Earrings: Kate Spade
ShopStyle has a new campaign called: We Search. We Find. We ShopStyle. They launched it recently and I wanted to help spread the word. For my theme, I wanted to showcase some favorite items in my closet. 
Everyone knows I’m obsessed with stripes, polka dots, and a sucker for anything leopard. I also love crochet/lace and tweed. I added a few colorful pumps and some of my go to accessories.  

Here is a complete list of items from above:
– Ann Taylor cabochon statement necklace (similar)
– Coach leopard pumps (similar here or here)
– Ann Taylor factory crochet lace dress (similar)
– J.Crew polka dot skirt (similar)
– J.Crew navy and mint bangles (similar)
– J.Crew panama hat (buy here)
– Chanel sunnies (similar)
– Victoria Secret red heels (similar)
– Tory Burch silk blouse
– Two row pearl necklace (similar)
– Banana Republic chartreuse ponte dress (similar)
– H&M striped bow skirt (cute here and here)
– Cognac bow belt (similar here and here)
– YSL cabas chyc mini (other colors)
– J.Crew mona pumps in bluebird (similar)
– Ferragamo Vara pumps in navy
– Chanel pearl brooch
– O.P.I nail polishes in silver and burgundy

You may have seen their commercials on TV but if not, check out this cute video with Miranda Kerr:

Here’s another photo with some of my favorite purses. 🙂
We ShopStyle Campaign 2
Ferragamo Miss Vara, Coach classic in navy, Chanel classic m/l (similar), Prada Gardener Tote, Ferragmao Bice Tote, YSL Cabas Chyc Mini, Chanel Red mini, J.Crew Edie, Chanel m/l in deep red, Coach Factory Willis (similar), Chanel Sevruga WOC, Cognac foldover clutch from Italy (similar), Camel Purse from Italy
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  1. Annie,
    I love the picture! It really gives an idea of the stuff you have in your wardrobe. I wish I could do that, but it will be a lot of work to put all of them back! x)

  2. As if you can’t be any more fabulous, you pull off another sweet outfit post! I have enjoyed seeing various bloggers take part in this ShopStyle deal. You certainly did wonderful here with your many lovely garments, shoes, and handbags. Both of your pictures are lovely. Amazingly awesome and alluring, Annie! (Got to love my alliteration!) 😀


  3. You and hubby did a spectacular job with this ShopStyle campaign. Your photos look so professional, the lighting is perfect and I adore the pieces you selected from your closet! 🙂 How does the everlane tee shirt fit (and what size did they give you)? I’ve been eying Everlane but never pulled the trigger due to their lack of online reviews.

    • Thank you Jess! I passed along the compliment to hubby and he is flattered! Hehe This shoot was much harder than anticipated so I’m glad it turned out.
      The Everlane shirt is a size small and huge on me! I tied it in the back with a hair scrunchie. lol The cotton is very soft. Not sure if the sizing on this shirt would be the same for their other stuff?

      • You’re welcome. I’m looking forward to the next time your hubby lends a hand. 🙂 Thanks for letting me know about the t-shirt! I’ll hold off on purchasing for now. I really liked some of their belts but I haven’t been wearing belts at all so best to stay away altogether.

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