Coffee Break: Martha Medium Satchel Bag

Furla Martha Medium Satchel BagI’ve always been a big fan of Furla bags, and this red croc-embossed leather satchel looks like a gorgeous, work-appropriate tote. At 10″x13″x4″ it could certainly be bigger, but this would be a great daily (or interview bag) for a lot of us. (Note that this dark burgundy and navy look great together!) There’s also a slightly larger “medium shopper” (12″x12″x6″).  It was $348, but is marked to $187.50 through April 2. Furla Martha Medium Satchel Bag

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Frugal Friday’s TPS Report: Fine Gauge Supima Cardigan

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Lands End Supima Leopard CardiganIt seems like the twinset has been a dying species for a few years now — so I was intrigued to see Lands’ End carrying numerous colors of fun, printed cardigans with matching short-sleeved shells. (Not all of the cardigans have their match, alas.) I like this fun “Caspian Blue Leopard” print a lot in general — the mint, dark green, lavender combo is lovely, and I think it’s a fun take on a classic. The cardigans were $79, but are now marked to $59; take an extra 25% off your order with code FLOWER20 and Pin 1490. Lands’ End Fine Gauge Supima Cardigan

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Thursday’s TPS Report: Three-Button Striped Knit Blazer

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Three-Button Striped Knit BlazerI’ve been ogling this black and white mixed stripe blazer for a few weeks now, and it’s at the best price I’ve seen it at: was $125, then $85, today marked to $55.25. I think it’s a fun, summery piece that will be easy to throw on over all sorts of dresses and simple tees. Sizes S-XL are still available. Three-Button Striped Knit Blazer

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Wednesday’s TPS Report: Contrast-Trim Cashmere Blazer

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Autumn Cashmere Contrast-Trim Cashmere BlazerI’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: my favorite, softest, most luxurious, best cashmere sweater is Autumn Cashmere. So even though this black/blue contrast-trim cashmere blazer is down to lucky sizes only, I’m still drooling over it. I’d wear this as a slightly more structured cardigan over dresses, with trousers, and more. It’s $396, but is marked down to $138. Autumn Cashmere Contrast-Trim Cashmere Blazer

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Psst: Off Fifth has a few more sizes left in a similar cabled black/white combo for $162 (down from $418).

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Coffee Break: Emery Camel Suede

Fitzwell Emery Camel SuedeI realize these are not the most fashionable shoes — but for some reason I keep coming back to them. I like the muted suede colors, the comfortable heel height (2.25″) and stable heel, and I really like the kilt/belt feature on the vamp. It doesn’t hurt that they’re $56 and available in four colors (camel, black, grey taupe, and olive). Fitzwell Emery Camel Suede

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Frugal Friday’s TPS Report: Carly Tie Blouse

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Pendleton Carly Tie BlouseReaders have continually sung the praises of Pendleton for suits and conservative clothes, and they’re having some great sales right now (e.g., TONS of silk blouses and shells under $60). Take, for example, this silk crepe de chine blouse — I like the darts throughout the body for a bit of shape, and for once the tie detail at the neck seems flattering instead of annoying (I really don’t like those things!). It’s available in regular and petite in three colors — the blouse was $128, now $40. Pendleton Carly Tie Blouse

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