Hey y’all! So, as we all know, Charolette Russe closed and everyone was extremely sad for a while because that was a store that so many of us enjoyed and for some of us, it was a staple from our pre-teen hood like me. I always remembered saving all of the money that I had, to go to Charolette Russe on Friday night and I picked out a few cute crop tops from the $5 clearance section. When they closed a lot of people were upset but then we found out that they had re-opened.
A lot of people, including myself felt like they were misled because of the whole closing process but I now have come to understand that they are under new management and re-opened the same way that Aeropostle was closed and re-opened. It took me a long while to get into one of the Charolette Russe stores because I have had so much going on lately but I have finally made it there.
My first impressions of the new Charolette Russe was that it was not really my style anymore. I don’t know how to explain it but I felt like I walked into Charolette Russe back in 2012. I also feel like the price points are a little higher than they were before but the shoes seem too be a bit cheaper which is a plus. I definitely don’t see myself going to Charolette Russe to look for an outfit anytime soon. But, I did find something to purchase!
I grabbed two pairs of really cute shoes. One pair are these super cute cream colored wedges that are chunky and super cute, and then I got a pair of these suede pink chunky heels. They are pretty good quality in my opinion and both pairs only costed me $25. I like the price points of the shoes more than I like the price points of the clothes. I am still sad that the style of Charolette Russe changed because it used to be a store I would go to often to find a bunch of items that are affordable and cute and now I can barely walk out with a complete outfit.
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