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Happy days are here again....

...because "I've got it made in the SHADE!" Check out my sale items from Shade Clothing that I got in the mail today. Thirteen shirts for $83 total. Not bad. Two were $12, but the rest were $4, $5, $7, or $8. I love wearing these shirts under things.

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Summer Adams said…
WOW Kelly! What a deal! I buy from them from time to time but I spend 18 bucks on a shirt and that is just too expensive. Are they having a major sale right now? I'll check out their site. Thanks for sharing. True girlfriends share great deals ;-)
Heidi said…
That is an awesome deal! I love their shirts and the sales are the best!
Kelly said…
I got an email from my Shades personal shopper, this girl named Lindsey, and she emailed me on the last day of April about the sale that was just ending. Since I went through her, I get a 5% discount in addition to that, and free shipping, and one of the shirts for free. It's a good deal. I just went throught the website to get a personal shopper. If you want Lindsey's info, just let me know.
Summer Adams said…
I'd like her info please! I didn't know it was that great to have a personal shopper. I've considered it several times. Now I'm convinced I need her! :)
Chris and Mandi said…
Kelly! Thanks you for sparking my shopping passion! I went straight to the site and bought 5. I love all the colors you got, I needed a little bit more color to my wardrobe. So, I bought teal, light blue, pink and a purple one!
Lonna said…
Don't you LOVE to get clothes in the mail. I know that I do. It is exciting to buy them, but so much more fun to open them from a box...even if that means waiting a little bit. Congrats on the new purchases.
Julie V said…
thanks for sharing that bargain. You inspired me to check out the Shade sight. 95 dollars later I am the proud owner of 14 new shirts for me and my girls! We love to layer, especially since we love the low rise jeans!

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