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It’s January but I’m already looking ahead to Spring with this bright and feminine transitional look! It’s been quite hectic with work but when I get a chance to dress up or wear heels, you will usually find me in something feminine & classic. I love how fun and easy-to-wear this bright pink bell sleeve dress is and I’m wearing my favorite new pink bow shoes I got over Christmas! You guys know me – I love me a good bow shoe!

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Photography – Jason Huang
Dress – Ann Taylor size 00P
Handbag – Saint Laurent
Shoes – Schutz
Jacket – OLD from H&M
Gold Bow NecklaceMorning Lavender

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Hi folks!!!! First of all, Jason & I want to THANK YOU for all your thoughtful messages regarding my last post. The past 3 weeks have not been easy but I’m finally starting to feel like myself again. I am now off my IVF hormones and finally not feeling bloated all of the time.  My spirit and confidence are coming back and I’m starting to feel more comfortable dressing cute and sharing some #OOTD with you all. The weather has also been super warm lately so I’m busting out my favorite items to wear for Spring – jumpsuits and rompers. Seriously I have an obsession with these adult size onesies – I probably have enough to wear one every day of the month! This new one from my boutique – Morning Lavender is my new favorite jumpsuit because (1) I’m a sucker for anything yellow and (2) because it has the most adorable bow in the back! Not to mention how comfortable this jumpsuit is – I feel like I’m wearing really chic pajamas! And yes these images were photographed by the hubs outside Morning Lavender Cafe because that’s where we spend all of our time now!

This jumpsuit also reminds me of sunshine and how we are healing and feeling more hopeful again. I love this quote from Nikki Rowe:

“She was like the sun,
She knew her place in the world –
She would shine again regardless
of all the storms and changeable weather
She wouldn’t adjust her purpose
for things that pass.”

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Yellow JumpsuitMorning Lavender size S
Ivory Round HandbagMorning Lavender size S
Crossbody Bag – Lo & Sons <- currently on SALE!
Shoes – Express

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Hi friends! I’m sorry for being super MIA on the blog and on social media lately. The past 4 weeks have been the most intense 4 weeks for us both professionally and personally. We recently opened up the cafe portion of Morning Lavender OC and it has kept us super busy to say the least. In addition, we had our IVF transfer last month! I wanted to update you all so stay tuned for a super long post today! I’m also sorry if there are grammatical errors or if I’m all over the place – it has been a very long 4 weeks!


MORNING LAVENDER CAFE
In March 2017, we signed a lease and began this long and crazy journey of renovating an old 3000 sq foot building in Old Town Tustin to open up our dream concept of a retail store and cafe in one. Why a cafe within a store you ask? Well two things I really love are CLOTHES & COFFEE and after visiting similar concept stores in Europe & Asia, I knew I wanted to open a space that combined my two loves. I wanted Morning Lavender Cafe to be a beautiful place people can gather and be inspired. We will also offer one of my favorite things to do: afternoon tea!!! It’s crazy how everything all came together – thanks to a lot of help of course =).

During the past 12 months, we hired a general contractor, architect and countless new employees to get the boutique and cafe ready. We had NO CLUE what it meant to renovate a building or open a restaurant. I just knew I wanted it to be cute ;). From budgeting to designing, we poured over every detail and made a lot of financially tough decisions. I’m not going to lie – it has been a very stressful process and at times, created added stress to our marriage (think wedding planning x 1000). But we have worked through the difficult times and conquered many things that didn’t go as planned (for example, a week before opening, we discovered major plumbing issues as tree roots were growing into our sewer pipes!).

We opened the cafe doors on February 15, 2018 and it has been an intense (but fun) labor of love everyday for the past 4 weeks. We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support from our family, friends and the community. Every day when I walk into our space, I have to pinch myself because it doesn’t feel real yet. I am proud of what we have created and thankful we have been given the opportunity to chase our dreams. I constantly look at Jason and say “I can’t believe we are really doing this and people actually like what we are doing!” I am especially proud and grateful for my husband who has learned so much about running a coffee & tea shop and putting his own needs aside for the business. He has gone above and beyond to provide a wonderful service to our customers. He is a leading example to our young staff and has taken so much initiative to mentor and train them. I wouldn’t have been able to get through these past 4 weeks without him!

If you are ever in Orange County, we would love for you stop by and visit!!! You can find us there almost everyday!

IVF UPDATE
As I have previously talked about, we began our IVF journey last November. We planned for an embryo transfer on February 22, 2018. To prepare for it, I began my medications in January to get ready for the transfer. I had to have progesterone injections every morning and wear estrogen patches daily to get my body ready. The progesterone injections are not fun. Every morning became the same routine since mid February: wake up at 7:15am, prep my butt (ice it), warm up the oil in the needle for the injections and then my wonderful husband would do the injection for me and massage my butt afterwards to spread out the oil. He would be out of the door by 7:45am to open the cafe and begin his 12-15 hour day at the cafe. I am so grateful for all the women who heard my progesterone pain over social media and gave me amazing tips on how to deal with the injections! If I were to become pregnant, I would continue these hormones for another 10 weeks and through the end of my first trimester.

So the transfer in February went smoothly (it was probably a 10 min process in total). The embryologist wheeled in this big glass contraption that contained this tiny lil’ embryo. We got to see it all happen so fast on a monitor via an ultrasound. We were very emotional when we saw our lil’ embryo and we were very hopeful when the doctor told us we had a 75% chance of this working! After the transfer I was on bed rest for 2 days which was actually very hard to do since the cafe had just opened. My mom came over and cooked for me (nothing like homemade Vietnamese cooking) and I was thankful for Jason who took over all of the cafe duties while I rested. Next came the 2 week wait where the embryo is suppose to implant and then you take your first blood test to see if you were in fact pregnant. The wait is unbearable but I had the cafe to keep me really distracted. I was constantly looking for changes in my body and I couldn’t really tell if it was all the hormones I was on or if I was really pregnant. I’m pretty much hungry all the time right now lol. Then as if the medications weren’t bad enough – I started develop an allergy to all of my medications. The progesterone oil was giving me itchy welts on my butt and I became allergic to the adhesive on the estrogen patches so I developed these rashes on my stomach. I’ll spare you guys any images of this!!!

I suffered through all of the pain because I knew it was important for our lil’ guy. I apologize if you encountered me scratching my butt or my stomach often during these past few weeks. So the 2 week wait was finally up and I had my first blood test and the following day – I got that anticipated call from my doctor. My heart sank when he told me I was pregnant but he followed it up with a BIG BUT – my HCG levels were incredibly low. An HGC level over 5 meant you were pregnant and I was at 9.8. Sounds good right? Well he advised that most people at my stage (4 weeks pregnant) have HGC levels of at least 100 already. He said that my low levels could mean that I would have a chemical pregnancy – which would mean that the embryo implanted but never grew. Immediately I felt nervous and I didn’t know whether to be happy or sad. I wish that the day I finally found out that I was pregnant, I could be elated but I just couldn’t be. I didn’t really want to tell anyone because I didn’t really know what I was. I would have another blood test 2 days later to see if my levels would double, which would be a good sign. I began taking a home pregnancy test every morning just to make sure I was still pregnant – and it honestly drove me a little crazy. I would go on to do this for 2 weeks:

When I saw 2 positive lines for the first time, a few days after my first blood test, I was so emotional. I had never seen 2 lines before in my entire life and just seeing those 2 lines gave me so much hope. But then I couldn’t be happy either. I was still scared that the lines weren’t dark enough – what did it mean that they were so faint??? The next blood test came back and my levels were 25. Yes – they doubled!!! But they were still so low that my doctor was still concerned. I would have to do another blood test the week after and also come in for an ultrasound. So last Monday, at week 6 of my pregnancy, we went in for an ultrasound to hopefully see a sac – the structure surrounding the fetus early in pregnancy. Jason had just come back from photographing a wedding in Barcelona and I had just went through another 2 weeks of excruciating waiting. We went in for the ultrasound and the first thing you could see was nothing. There was no sac. There was no baby. I was numb and heartbroken. I had just allowed myself to believe that I was pregnant and at 6 weeks, I was no longer pregnant. I know he was just a little embryo but I loved him so much already. We cried a lot that day. We went to work and kept busy so we wouldn’t cry all day long. We smiled at our customers at the cafe, remained professional and did our best to provide outstanding service to them in spite of all the pain inside. We talked to our staff as if nothing had happened. Unfortunately, our business does not stop running just because we had gone through something so heartbreaking. I went in for another blood test (did I mention I hate blood tests) to see where my levels are at now. My levels have to go back to 0 before we can try again. I heard from the doctor last week and he informed me that my HGC levels are now 16 so it was clear that I had a chemical pregnancy. We were no longer pregnant.

The past 4 weeks have felt so long and yet so short. I can’t believe so much has happened and haven’t had time to process all the highs and lows. I know I should feel grateful we have more chances (2 more embryos) but I’m not quite there yet.

Thank you for taking the time to read about my past 4 weeks. I wouldn’t be able to be this open and strong without your support.

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I can’t believe it’s already 2018! The past year and especially the past few months have been a whirlwind. I definitely fell behind on blogging towards the end of 2017 so I wanted to dedicate this first post to sharing what’s been happening in our busy lives. I recently did an Instagram on poll on what kind of content you guys wanted to see more of and most of you said “personal” so here goes:

HOME UPDATE
We finished up our home renovations at the end of November! It was a 4.5 month process where we lived in construction, without a kitchen and poured over every design detail. We hired a good friend’s dad as our general contractor but designed and picked out everything ourselves. This was a learning but rewarding experience. It costed and took a bit longer than we wanted but we are incredibly happy with how everything turned out and happy to finally feel “at home”. I will be doing a separate post on our home renovations shortly with some fun before and after photos. Although we are done with the renovations, the fun decorating (a.k.a. Joanna Gaines) part has just begun and I’m hoping to carve out some time to get everything done!

IVF UPDATE
I know it’s been a while since my first fertility post. We started our IVF in November and since then, it’s been one life/work event after another. First of all, I want to say that we are incredibly moved by all of the love and support by EVERYONE has shown us during this difficult time. It is not an easy process but having a community rally around us has made us feel so loved and very hopeful of what’s to come. After my post, so many women reached out to me sharing similar struggles. Thank you to all these women for your honesty and I hope I was able to provide some support to you in return.

So what’s going on with us right now? Well after 12 days of injections, I went in for the egg retrieval right before Thanksgiving. We were nervous but excited at the same time. I was honestly just glad to be done with the injections (the last few were brutal). I was surprised how fast the retrieval was – I was in and out of the surgery center from check-in to recovery in less than 3 hours. I was given general anesthesia and I totally knocked out during the whole procedure. Shortly after, our doctor told us he had retrieved 15 eggs!!! He said it was 3x as many as he anticipated when we first started because of my endometriosis. We were elated but we also knew there would be a significant drop off in the next few days and we had to wait to see how many would actually fertilize. The next day, we found that 14 of the 15 eggs had fertilized! This was also good news but we would have to wait another week to find out how many would become embryos. With Thanksgiving just a few days away and family coming in, we were glad we would be busy with family while anxiously waiting for the news. We hosted both families for Thanksgiving this year in our new home and I’m incredibly thankful everyone helped out as I had to take it easy post retrieval. After Thanksgiving, we met with our doctor and found out that we had 4 embryos!!! This was around the number we were hoping for (although more would have been awesome). We opted to do Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) where they do genetic testing on the embryos to see if they have a normal chromosome number (my doctor would not transfer any abnormal embryos). My doctor advised that PGS testing can increase implantation success and decrease the risk of miscarriage so we decided to spend the extra money for the testing (yes we are paying for everything out-of-pocket). We were willing to do it if it could save us from possible heartache. So that meant we had to wait a few more weeks to get the results of the PGS testing.

After a few weeks, we found out that 3 of the 4 embryos were normal!!! And get this – they are ALL boys! Yes we would love a girl (I mean just think of all the mommy & me outfits) but we are now focused on having a healthy baby. So with 3 normal embryos, we may have a good chance of one of the transfers being successful! In my case, only 1 embryo would be transferred at a time due to the health risks of carrying twins to both the mother and the babies. I have been taking some medication the past few weeks to help treat my endometriosis. Due to the timing of some traveling and all the work in going on in January, we decided that the end of February would be the best time to do the transfer. I want to be in the best possible physical and mental state for the transfer and give our family the best possible chance of a positive outcome.

So that’s where we are at folks! Honestly, I have felt less stress since we started IVF than the past 2 years of trying. I am definitely scared there’s a big chance it might not work (I think IVF only gives you a 40% chance of getting pregnant), but I no longer have the stress of waiting and wondering every month if I ovulated and whether or not I was pregnant. I have been able to focus on myself these past 6 weeks, with a clear plan ahead and it’s provided me a lot of relief and hope. We feel blessed we have the opportunity to go this route and we are hoping for the best!

BUSINESS UPDATE
The year ended on a high note for Morning Lavender. We had a Company record breaking Black Friday Sale Weekend and in December, we opened our 2nd brick-and-mortar location right here in my hometown of Tustin. If you been following @morninglavenderoc, you know we took on a huge undertaking and renovated the building from the ground up to create a dream retail-concept space. I will blog about this experience in a separate blog post but I just wanted to take the time to thank my husband and team for rallying, meeting shipping deadlines, being amazing to our customers and helping get the new store open just time of the holidays! More is coming soon and we can’t wait to share all that we have planned! If you want to join our fun team, WE ARE HIRING!

2017 LESSONS
Don’t do it if it doesn’t make you happy.
Don’t do it to get a reaction out of others.
Don’t be too hard on yourself.
Never say never.
Be patient.
Success takes time.
Somethings (and people) are worth the investment.
When things get hard, remember why you started.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
It’s ok if it doesn’t go as planned.

2018 GOALS
So much happened at the end of 2017 that we took 10 days off (sort off) to spend time with family, re-group and just enjoy our new home. It went by rather quickly and I’m excited to get planning for 2018 going! We have an incredible amount of work to accomplish in these first few months so I always take the first few days to make budget, goals and spreadsheets to keep me focused, centered and inspired. It might be my accounting background, but I love making spreadsheets and writing down everything that we have to accomplish and how to get there. I wanted to share with you a few of my personal and business goals for this year:

1. TRUST OTHER PEOPLE. It sounds easy enough right? Well for a Type A personality like me who loves being in control, this is actually really hard to do. From the beginning of Morning Lavender, I’ve had my hand in everything and it’s been a slow road for me to let go and delegate so many areas. At one point last year, I broke down with stress and made a list of all the things I did each and everyday for the business. The list filled up a whole page (with 2 columns) and I knew at that moment I was doing too much and it was taking too much time away from the things I was really good at. But then things got busy and I felt like I didn’t have time to hire and train more staff. So my goal for this year is to take a bunch off my plate and INVEST in people. I know I’m not good at everything so why am I doing everything? It’s time to trust in others so I can focus on what I do best.

2. EAT HEALTHIER.
The 2nd half of 2017 was really bad for us in terms of eating healthy. Without a kitchen for 4.5 months, we ate out ALL THE TIME. And when you are running your own business, hours in the day will pass by before you’ve had a bite to eat or a glass of water to drink. And when you finally remember to eat, you need to eat something quick a.k.a. fast food. When we did #sheddingforthewedding 4 years ago, I remember having so much more energy because we were watching what we were feeding our bodies. Today is the end of the bad eating for me (ok there will be a few In-N-Out and Korean bbq cheat meals) but despite how busy it will get in the next few weeks, I plan to make time to meal prep and make a bigger effort to seek out healthier options. This is also perfect timing as I have about 6 weeks to go before the IVF transfer!

3. GET MASSAGES REGULARLY. Yes that sounds overindulgent but I have to make time for ME. And massages are one of those things that makes me really happy and keeps me really relaxed. It’s important to take care of yourself so you can take care of others. If we want to make this baby happen, I know I have to slow down and take care of myself.

4. GET AND STAY ORGANIZED. People always tell me “I don’t know how you do it all”. And we really don’t. You know what suffers when we are busy?! Our organization or lack thereof! Jason and I are hoarders. We love stuff and we hate getting rid of stuff. It’s only been 6 months and every room in our 3,200 sq foot house is filled. How? Why? Well I’m Asian and I like free stuff and I think throwing away stuff is wasteful. Soooo my mission is to declutter and get organized this month and hopefully stay that way.

5. NO PHONES AFTER 11PM.  Does that sound late?  We sleep around 12-1am so that’s not bad right?  Well when you own your own business, you never really turn off work.  We are always checking our emails, messages, social channels, etc…  It’s constant and you feel like you always have to have a pulse on what’s going on with everything. And really you don’t.  Or I need to tell myself we don’t.  I should apply this rule to laptops as well.  Gah I miss the days of working 10 hours a day in accounting but then getting to go home, sit on the sofa, eat cereal for dinner and watch The Bachelor with my roomie.  Ok so maybe no phones after 10pm.  We will work on refining this goal.

6. BE A BETTER WIFE. My husband is incredibly patient and supportive. He has put his own goals and needs aside to help me fulfill my dreams and take care of me. He takes care of almost everything in the house, oversaw all of the construction of our OC shop and does everything with the calmest demeanor and constant respect and gratitude towards others. He’s simply AMAZING. I mean this man pretty much got OC opened by himself as I was sick the whole week of the opening. He’s also been to every fertility appointment with me, been there every time I cried over our disappointment, and been the strength for our family. I’ve been so focused on getting pregnant and growing our business this past year that I know I haven’t been the best wife to him. It’s easy when you work together to mistreat the other person and being the bossy person I am, I am certainly guilty of that. If you are reading this babe, I promise to put you first! I promise to be more patient, understanding and stop being so ambitious so we can enjoy life a bit more ;).

Ok so I have a bajillion more but I’ll stop here. Thank you for taking the time to read another lengthy blog post. IF you like these kinds of posts, show me some love in the comments! Thank you! I will be sharing more about the business and home soon!

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Today I’m sharing a jacket I can’t stop wearing on repeat. Our Morning Lavender Elle Taupe Layered Jacket is such a fun, trendy jacket that you can wear multiple ways and here I’ve showed the jacket 2 ways: over a dress and dressed down a bit with jeans. You guys asked for more “everyday looks” so I’m going to try to show different ways to wear different looks for y’all. I honestly wear this jacket all the time and I get so many compliments on it. It’s also so soft that I’ve had strangers come up to ask me to feel my jacket…lol. We recently restocked the Elle Taupe Layered Jacket – it sold out various times so get your hands on it now if you want one!

The first look is layering the jacket over a simple black dress and pairing it with some cute black booties for a great transitional look. The jacket itself has so much focus that you don’t have to have such a busy look underneath. I’m also accessorizing the outfit with my favorite new go-to bag – the Waverly Crossbody from Lo & Sons. I bought this bag over Christmas and I LOVE it because you can also wear this bag multiple ways. It’s such a great bag for traveling because it’s petite but versatile. Here I’m wearing it as a crossbody and later on I’ll show you another way to wear it.

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Elle Taupe Layered JacketMorning Lavender size S
Black Swing Dress – Lulu’s size XS
Crossbody Bag – Lo & Sons <- currently on SALE!
Black Booties – Marc Fisher

Next I’m sharing a more dressed down look with the Elle Taupe Layered Jacket. This is probably more of my everyday look these days. I spend so much time running around between the warehouse and new store that I’m often in jeans and comfy booties. These taupe booties are definitely comfy and they’ve been a closet staple for me the past few years. I’ve stocked up on a few pairs because they are on SALE!

I’m also sharing a second way to wear the Waverly Crossbody from Lo & Sons. The 80’s girl in me loves this modern take on a fanny pack. I’m actually on location a lot with photo shoots so having my hands free but having an easy-to-get place for my phone and other essentials is perfect. The strap that comes with the crossbody is adjustable (also perfect for petite gals like me) and you can adjust it to create a belt for the fanny pack. So genius!

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Photography – Jason Huang
Elle Taupe Layered JacketMorning Lavender size S
Crossbody Bag – Lo & Sons <- currently on SALE!
Striped Bow TopMorning Lavender – size Small
Distressed Ankle JeansMorning Lavender – size 0

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I hope you guys enjoyed today’s post and the two ways to wear this super cute faux fur layered jacket!

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A few months ago we bought a home and started renovating the kitchen and master bath immediately. The house was built in the 60’s and although move-in ready, we wanted to update the kitchen and bath to more of our style. After living in construction for 5 months, we are finally DONE with renovations! All that’s left to do is my favorite part – get my Joanna Gaines on :). That process in itself will take a while as we have been overwhelmed with opening our new store and of course our IVF journey. We kept most of our furniture from our condo but we’ve been wanting to try out a new mattress. With all of the work and stress we put our bodies through, we realize now more than ever the importance of a good night’s sleep and a good mattress.

The Tomorrow bed in a box combines memory foam with a stabilizing coil system. We got the medium firm mattress as both Jason and I are both side sleepers. We’ve been sleeping on our new mattress for 2 weeks now and have enjoyed how comfortable it is. The mattress is firm yet adapts to your body at the same time. It has also helped a great deal as I had to be on bed rest for a few days after my IVF egg retrieval procedure. We got the Sleep Tracker Monitor and it has helped assessed our sleeping habits and efficiency. With everything going on in our busy lives, we realize the importance of getting a good night’s rest and Tomorrow has definitely helped – see my discount code below!

The king size mattress comes in a very heavy box – they call it a bed in a box!

The box was easy to unwrap with the assistance of the hubs. It comes with a cute cutter and all you have to do is unwrap the plastic and unravel your new mattress in a box!

Thank you Tomorrow for helping us sleep better! If you want your own bed in a box, use my code LL100 for $100 OFF any $500 purchase (expires 03/31/18). More on our home reveal coming soon! I just need more time to get all of my decorating on :).

DISCLOSURE: This post is sponsored by Tomorrow.
As always, all thoughts, opinions and styling are my own. Thanks for supporting me and my sponsors!

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I’ll be honest – after we started our IVF journey, I haven’t been particularly excited to dress up, which is probably why you haven’t seen much content from me in the past few weeks! I apologize for the lack of content lately as we’ve been focused on our (1) IVF and (2) new boutique and our (3) home remodel. Thank you again for all the support – it’s helped us get through this stressful time. I’m finally feeling back to myself again and after all side effects of the injections (i.e. bloating). Hurray – I can fit into my jeans again! This beautiful red dress from Express (which is currently 50% off) has me in better spirits and definitely putting me in the holiday mood! This is a great dress you can not only wear to a holiday party but also New Year’s, Valentine’s and pretty much anytime you need to feel extra good about yourself! The fit is amazing and has a sexy slit for some extra va-voom ;).

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Photography – Jason Huang
Dress – Express size 0P
Earrings – Express

The following are some other show-stopping looks from Express for the end of the year festivities! Most of these looks also come in Petite sizing – I just love their petite collection! And the best part is EVERYTHING on Express.com is currently 50% OFF!

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DISCLOSURE: This post is sponsored by Express.
As always, all thoughts, opinions and styling are my own. Thanks for supporting me and my sponsors!

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WEST ELM
We decorated our home quite a bit with items from WEST ELM. They are having a BUY MORE, SAVE MORE SALE where you can save up to 30% off depending on how much you purchase. Here are some of my favorite items, including items we have in our home like the coffee table and dining set:

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CRATE AND BARREL
15% OFF full priced items using code SAVE15

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AMAZON
We love getting home electronics at Amazon like the Echo & Firestick TV.

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MACY’S
MACY’S is a great source for kitchen cookware and gadgets.

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CYBER MONDAY is here and I wanted to share some of my favorite sales:

ASOS
30% OFF SITEWIDE using CODE EPIC30 including this beautiful green lace dress:

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MORNING LAVENDER
Of course I have to start with my boutique, MORNING LAVENDER – we are having our BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR with select items for $10-$20-$30! Don’t miss out!

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H&M
30% off EVERYTHING

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J.CREW
40% off EVERYTHING using code SHOPFAST

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MADEWELL
25% off EVERYTHING with code GOODMOOD including this jacket seen here:

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EXPRESS
50% OFF EVERYTHING + FREE SHIPPING

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BANANA REPUBLIC
50% OFF EVERYTHING + FREE SHIPPING
BANANA REPUBLIC is my go-to place for outwear and office chic clothing, especially since they offer so many styles in petite sizes.

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ANN TAYLOR
50% OFF EVERYTHING using code BESTMONDAY
ANN TAYLOR is another great source for petite clothing and office appropriate attire. They are also having 50% off everything!

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SHOPBOP
Using code MORE 17
20% OFF ORDERS OF 200+
25% OFF ORDERS OF 500+
30% OFF ORDERS OF 800+
SHOPBOP is having an awesome sale where if you spend more, you save more including designer items like my favorite Stuart Weitzman boots!

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GAP
50% OFF EVERYTHING plus free shipping with offer code “CYBER” and an extra 10% off with offer code “TREAT”
I love the denim and shoes at GAP

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NORDSTROM
EXTRA 20% OFF SALE ITEMS including these favorites:

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While you are waiting for that turkey to cook, here are some AMAZING BLACK FRIDAY SALES that have already started!  I’ve rounded up some of my items on SALE and will be updating more (including home items) as they pop up!

MORNING LAVENDER
Of course I have to start with my boutique, MORNING LAVENDER – we are having our BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR with select items for $10-$20-$30! Don’t miss out!

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EXPRESS
50% OFF EVERYTHING + FREE SHIPPING

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BANANA REPUBLIC
50% OFF EVERYTHING
BANANA REPUBLIC is my go-to place for outwear and office chic clothing, especially since they offer so many styles in petite sizes.

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ANN TAYLOR
50% OFF EVERYTHING using code THANKFUL
ANN TAYLOR is another great source for petite clothing and office appropriate attire. They are also having 50% off everything!

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SHOPBOP
Using code MORE 17
20% OFF ORDERS OF 200+
25% OFF ORDERS OF 500+
30% OFF ORDERS OF 800+
SHOPBOP is having an awesome sale where if you spend more, you save more including designer items like my favorite Stuart Weitzman boots!

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GAP
50% OFF EVERYTHING!
I love the denim and shoes at GAP

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NORDSTROM
EXTRA 20% OFF SALE ITEMS including these favorites:

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WHBM
40% OFF EVERYTHING including this sequin skirt I wore recently!

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