Today on The Heart and Soul, I challenged myself to put together a five piece outfit for less than $50.00. Keeping up with one of my favorite trends, I’m tossing in a pop of color. This look is super transferable and is perfect for any and all Spring and Summer festivities!
I found this edgy, army green dress by Japana at TJMaxx. I love it because #1 – it is army green and #2 – it has pockets! Nothing makes me feel more secure than a dress that has pockets. It runs true to size and is super affordable at just $16.99. Here is a similar dress, also from TJMaxx.
As many of you know, Target has a way of trapping you and convincing you that you NEED everything in sight. Well, I didn’t buy everything in sight, but I did purchase these chunky heels on clearance for $17.48. They were originally $34.99 so I think I can forgive Target for using their magic on this one!
This next accessory adds the perfect amount of bold color and Spring-time flare. They mimic the shape of a dream catcher, have adorable beading and are gold so I automatically love them. They were also less than $4.00 at Cato so they were definitely added to my collection. Here is a similar style from Cato as well.
Hats make any outfit bold and unique. I have been searching everywhere for a Panama hat to wear this Spring/Summer. None really grabbed my attention until I found this one at the City Market in Charleston. I loved that I would always have a part of the city with me and when I wear it I’m reminded of the great time I had! The price was the selling point for me. It was only $10.00. You read that right. Most of these hats retail for more than $20.00 so I was so excited to find this deal. A similar hat can be found here!
Rounding up my purchases I’m tossing in one last accent color with this coral polish by Sinful Colors in the shade Hazard. Even without a base or top coat this polish last FOREVER for me. It dries fairly quickly and goes on so smoothly. It’s way cheaper than most nail polishes too. I paid $1.50 at the drug store. Bravo Sinful Colors!
That rounds up Five Under Fifty and I must say, I’m proud of myself for staying under budget and only spending $49.86!