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My Black Friday

Of course, it’s great to know the deals on this big shopping day, but I realized that I am not just one day of deals. I am 365 days of deals. My blog and amazon site is a happy place for y’all to find deals everyday and I am so proud of that. I work really hard to find y’all quality clothes that are more affordable than anywhere else, and trust me when I say it isn’t easy. As a little twist on the big shopping day, I am going to share my own REALLY amazing fashion finds on Amazon that all of you need to know about.

The rock n roll leather pants


The snake print blazer




The fur trimmed coat

I found this unreviewed coat and purchased it after several girls asked me to. You see, I won’t promote any clothes that I haven’t either seen in person or seen another product from the brand in person. I knew this brand so I trusted that it would look like it did in the photos. Now, let’s talk about it’s functionality. The outside material of the coat feels like a mixture between suede and leather. The faux fur trim and on the inside what makes it so warm and cozy. I wore it to an outdoor football game in Virginia to test it out and it scores a 10/10 for functionality and style. I got it in black, but it comes in wine red too. It looks great with high waisted jeans or your favorite pair of faux leather pants.


90’s mom jeans, turtleneck, belt 


leather pants 


The snakeskin boots 

I bought my first pair of snakeskin knee high boots in May and wore them all over St.Tropez. Every french woman asked me where I got them! This is my second pair of my snake boots and I love the western touch. These have a slight pink coloring to them, which makes them that much more unique. If you want more of a heel, check out this sassy pair that I wore in St. Tropez.



The very desirable silk leopard skirt

I know you ladies have waited for me to post about this, but I wanted to make a special post about it. I bought 3 other leopard skirts that I donated to goodwill during my search for the perfect one. I started searching back in May and it took me until November to get this one. The skirt’s material is silky and it glistens in the sun. You can see in some of the photos below how much it really does glisten. Also, I’m wearing a small and the skirt is TTS.

I also wanted to help y’all with how to style it for fall and winter since most photos of this skirt are from the summer. I styled mine with pink and black knee highs, a black turtleneck, a cream turtleneck, a cheetah coat, and a furry bomber jacket to show y’all just how versatile this skirt really is.

1.The minimalist bodysuit & black sock booties with the leopard skirt look


the chunkier beige mock neck or the chunkier cropped white mock neck


3. The white fur bomber with the leopard skirt look

4. The black ribbed turtleneck & pink knee highs with the leopard skirt look




5. The not-so minimalist silver disco top with the leopard skirt


The very expensive SW designer looking flat over the knee boots

You do not want to wait until you’re 80 to rock over the knee boots. You should rock them now! They cover up your pale and pasty legs (aka my legs) and they are very slimming. The flat OTK boots from S.W. are every freaking where on Pinterest and IG, so I had to find the best cheaper version of them on Amazon. I chose the wine red because I already have enough black boots in my closet. I loved this dark red shade and knew it would go with lots of my sweater dresses. I can say with certainty that the Kaitlyn Pan boots are fabulous quality and look and feel like the designer pair. How do I know? Well, I tested the designer pair of course! I don’t make such certain statements unless I am educated on the topic. If $99 is too much for your budget, check out my list of other boots below. I found some other flat OTK boots that have great reviews and great prices.

the Qupid $30 OTK boots

the Shoe N Tale $46 heeled OTK boots that are my favorite with heels!

the wide calf RF Room of Fashion $40 OTK boots

the Aldo $72 OTK boots

the western Lucky Brand $56 OTK boots (personal favorite for you southern style ladies)

the Rismart $63 zip riding boot with gold heel OTK boots


black and red striped sweater dress


The crocodile tote purse

We all need to update our big tote purses we bring to work every few years as they get dirty and worn down. I would bring my older sister’s hand-me-down purses to work back when I was a CPA, and I remember being so thankful because I couldn’t afford to get my own designer bag. Luckily, I figured out Amazon and I started to buy my own work purses after the first year. I love the crocodile pattern as it gives it that extra fierce look that takes your purse game from a 7 to a 10. I went with red, but this purse comes 7 other colors. Get the black if you want a purse to match with everything, although I think the royal blue color and red are fabulous.



The fur lined high top combat boots that like a more expensive pair of boots we all know

These are my go-to comfy walking boots! They are warm with the fur lining and they are not too chunky of a combat boot. Chunky combat boots look good, but are actually not very heavy to walk around in and travel with. These are light, but durable. If you are like me and couldn’t spend $200 on combat boots, then these are a deal at $42.




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