Hey fashionistas! I recently made a purchase from JCPenny and I wanted to share what I got as well as my experience. This purchase was in a recent post of mine that I had uploaded, Vacation Brunch Outfit. I wanted to finally post the haul for this purchase and take a break from vacation related posts!
Let me just start off with the story behind this purchase. About a month ago I went to JCPenny with Ryan so he could purchase a pair of cloth flip-flops. I, of course, wandered over to the women’s shoes section to see what they had. I noticed a very pretty pair of mules that were in a hot pink color and I immediately fell in love. I restrained myself from purchasing them because I recently bought a few pairs of shoes already and I didn’t need them.
Well, about a month since I realized that I didn’t have any shoes to match a pink rose, embroidered denim skirt I wanted to bring on vacation with me. I immediately remembered the very cute pair of pink mules from JCPenny. I searched online to pick the shoes up at the store and it said that the JCPenny by me was out of stock in those shoes. Me, being my untrusting self, I called to see if the store had them the following day and I was told they were sold out. Again, being my untrusting self, I went to the JCPenny store to look with my own eyes. Without fail, I found the shoes on my own and at this time JCPenny was having a huge sale. I ended up getting these shoes for only $16 and change. It was a huge steal!
The shoes themselves are very cute and I love the bow style of them. I got them in the pink suede and I’m happy I restrained myself from buying them at first because later on I got them for about 60% off. These mules are super comfortable and I love that I can pair them with a causal outfit and even a dressy outfit. I’m very happy with this purchase!
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