Frugal Friday’s TPS Report: Odette Knit Dress

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Happy Friday! I’m liking this knit dress from Target’s Merona Collection — a straight skirt, a flattering V-neck, and a “tumble dry low” care instruction? Sign me up. I’d wear it with a navy blazer for the office. The dress is also available in black and a taupey “earthworm,” and all 3 colors come in petite as well (navy/green, black, earthworm). It’s $34.95 at Target. Merona® Collection Women’s Odette Knit Dress – Navy/Green


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Thursday’s TPS Report: Paisley Dye Burnout 3/4 Sleeve Cardigan

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. Allen Allen – Paisley Dye Burnout Three Fourth Sleeve Cardigan (Kelp)We know:  not for everyone.  Still, we must say that we’ve come back to this cardigan and considered it for a few weeks for a TPS.  We like the paisley pattern, as well as the soothing spring color.  We’d wear it with gray trousers for the office, with perhaps a hot pink accent somewhere in the outfit — a belt, or a nice tank just peeking out from under it.  It’s $62 at Zappos. Allen Allen – Paisley Dye Burnout 3/4 Sleeve Cardigan (Kelp) – Apparel

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Thursday’s TPS Report: Merino Wool Paisley-Print Cardigan

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Picture 3Call us crazy, but we really like this merino wool cardigan. The paisley seems interesting in an old-timey kind of way, and the dark colors make the pattern more subdued. We like the price, too: was $94, now $52 at Lord & Taylor. Merino Wool Paisley-Print Cardigan

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