Target Try-On /// Women’s Sweaters & Denim Sale

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Target has women’s sweaters and denim buy one, get one 50 percent off this week!

Y’all know I love a good sale, and this is a great one for stocking up on new jeans and cozy sweaters for the winter months ahead.

I did a quick try-on session for you tonight so you can see the pieces I like most and the ways I would wear them:

Outfit No. 1

Target Try-On /// Sweaters and Denim Sale

Leopard Print Pullover Sweater by A New Day + High-Rise Skinny Jeans by Wild Fable

Hello adorable new work outfit.

I have been drooling over this leopard print sweater for weeks and have been waiting for it to go on sale. I love how it looks tucked into these black high-rise jeans from Wild Fable. My girlfriend Casey from has been raving about these jeans for months now and I finally caved in and tried them on. All I can say is holy cow — they are comfortable, ultra high rise (which I appreciate at this stage in my life), and only $15. I snagged the black denim, but they also have a blue denim. FYI, you can get two pairs of these jeans during this sale for $24.

For the sweater, I sized up to a large because it was more comfortable and for the jeans I went with my normal size 8.

Outfit No. 2

Target Try-On /// Sweaters and Denim Sale

Long Sleeve Pointelle Open Cardigan by Knox RoseHigh-Rise Skinny Jeans by Wild Fable

How cute is the fringe detail on this camel sweater? The fringe makes it more than your ordinary, everyday cardigan, in my opinion. I paired it with a chambray peplum top and the same high-rise skinny jeans as above. For reference, I’m wearing a size small in the cardigan. I tend to size down in sweaters like this that are oversized.

Outfit No. 3

Target Try-On /// Sweaters and Denim Sale

Mid-Rise Skinny Jeans by Universal Thread in Olive Wash

These olive skinny jeans are great for a more casual look like the one I have created here with the grey v-neck. Just so you know, this pocket T is the perfect basic T. It’s made by Universal Thread and is only $8! Fun fact, these T-shirts are also on sale — two for $14.

Outfit No. 4

Target Try-On /// Sweaters and Denim Sale

High-Rise Skinny Jeans by Universal Thread

Remember when I did my Target try-on a few weeks ago and included these high-rise jeans? Yeah, I am still obsessed with them, so you know I had to include them in this sale post. They just fit so well, and like I mentioned about the Wild Fable jeans, the fact that they come up above my belly button is a total win.

Outfit No. 5

Target Try-On /// Sweaters and Denim Sale

Cozy Open Cardigan by A New Day + High-Rise Medium Wash Destructed Kick Flare Jeans by Wild Fable

I picked up these kick flare jeans not expecting to like them as much as I do. The cropped, wider leg is actually pretty cute. However, they do fit more snug than the other Wild Fable jeans I tried on. I recommend sizing up at least one size in these.

I grabbed this cardigan because it reminded me of the camel colored one from my Old Navy try-on last week — a sweater that I love and several of you adored, as well. I would say this one by A New Day is a great dupe for the Old Navy one, if you’re interested.

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Thanks for joining me for another try-on session, friends. I hope you enjoyed! Let me know if you grab any jeans or sweaters this week while they’re on sale.

Don’t forget that you can save even more money if you shop online using Ebates. I have been using Ebates for nearly two years now and I have received almost $300 in cash back over that time. 




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