It’s favorite places to shop today over at Kelly’s Korner. Go on over and check it out!
One of my favorite stores is American Eagle. If I get over there soon and have money available, I would love this tank top.
I also really like this vest from American Eagle.
And I feel like we’re a while away from the death of the graphic hoodie in fashion, so I’d probably get this too. But I’d probably get it anyway, regardless of whether it fit in with fashion rules or not.
I recently got a black pencil skirt from Express. (I couldn’t get the pictures to resize larger, so I didn’t include them. Sorry!)
Probably my favorite clothing store, though, is Charlotte Russe. I have so much cute stuff from that store and it excites me! :] I have this beaded tank top and would love this Y-neck halter.
I love watching the TLC television show “Say Yes to the Dress,” which takes place in the New York shop Kleinfeld’s. While I can’t say Kleinfeld’s is someplace I like to shop, I can say if this dress were white, I’d be ordering it now. Yes, I know it’s a wedding dress. Yes, I know I don’t have a boyfriend, much less any marriage prospects. No, I definitely do not care.
by Kirstie Kelly for Disney @ Kleinfeld’s
But as much as I love clothes shopping, I could spend a real fortune at Family Christian Stores. I am about ninety-nine percent confused as to why the salespeople there don’t know me by name yet. I only spend a small fortune every time I walk in, since I have some sort of gene that drives me to buy CDs and books by the thousands at a time (that was a slight exaggeration… maybe…). I’m currently waiting eagerly for February 9 to arrive, because that means these two very promising albums come out:
I’m also anticipating March 23, for the next installment of the Above the Line series by Karen Kingsbury.
Along with the Sharpie industry, I’m pretty sure I could singlehandedly sustain the music and book industries. In fact, I don’t even know why sales are going down for books and CDs. I mean, I know there are digital books and music files now, but seriously. My spending on books and CDs has increased exponentially every year. Seriously! I’ll be honest though, I’m not a fan of either new technology. iTunes I can understand, since there are a great number of CDs where for various reasons I would only have some of the songs off an album, but at least for Christian music I buy by the album. As for books, I have a strong moral stance against not reading from an actual book. Yes, I said moral. No, I will not revise that. I am of the strong opinion that if you can’t get anything out of a good book, there is a serious problem with you. I’m not revising that statement either. But I digress, and terribly off topic, too.
How about you? Where are your favorite places to shop?