Petersen A -- Cover Up: Gypsy / Bathing Suit: TopShop / Shoes: Sam Edelman / Headband: Forever 21 / Bracelets: Saks off Fifth, Macy's, Marc by Marc Jacobs & Betsy Johnson.
Sarah B -- Skirt: Sophie & Trey / Bustier: Forever 21 / Shoes: Tory Burch / Necklace and Stone Ring: dbDesigns / Starfish: 4th & Ocean / Bracelet: Kate Spade / Rings: Saks.
Looks for less seem to be all the rage in this economy and these Jobless Betches are all about it. Sure, we love finding fabulous clothes on sale but even those "deals" can break the bank. When we aren't in the mood for overspending we hop over to our go to stores to find chic clothes for $40 and under. As every betch knows, stores like Forever 21, H&M and even Urban Outfitters are filled with best kept secret pieces that can change an outfit from drab to fab, but betches like to stand out; to have clothes that not just any betch can have access to. The key to this is finding a low priced boutique in your area. The benefit of such a boutique is the price is always right and the volume they carry of each item is minimal. Sarah B and Petersen A are lucky enough to have the sister stores Sophie & Trey and 4th & Ocean in a near by town. The skirt and starfish cuff Sarah B is wearing are from Sophie & Trey. The starfish cuff is all over the internet ranging from $20-$100+, and guess what? -- Sarah B got hers for $15!
Betches put a lot of time, money and energy into their daily outfits; but money doesn't grow on trees, wahhh. Although money doesn't grow, it can stretch. In buying trendy pieces for less, such as Sarah B's Sophie & Trey maxi skirt or Petersen A's ombre cover up, we can make looks that cost less look beach chic. By complementing our looks with sustainable items by dbDesigns, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Tory Burch, betches can trick you into thinking that they just can't be jobless.
Our tip for you? Find a cute boutique near you, that has fabulous clothes with betch friendly prices.
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The Jobless Betches