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6 Fall Must-Haves Under $40 at JCPenney

During a routine browsing session over at, I was shocked to find not one but TWO new-to-me labels: twelfth of eleven and Oxford & Regent. Both lines deliver chic, affordable basics (in spite of their trying-too-hard names). Need a perfect blazer? Check. A super-soft pocket tee? Check. Skinny black pants that go from day to night? Check! Best of all, everything's on sale. Scoop these pieces up now for back-to-school, work, whatever!

[1] twelfth of eleven Mixed Tee, Was $30.00; Now $19.99
[2] twelfth of eleven Pocket Tee, Was $26.00; Now $17.99
[3] twelfth of eleven Shirt, Was $36.00; Now $24.99
[4] Oxford & Regent Skinny Pant, Was $44.00; Now $29.99
[5] Oxford & Regent Knit Blazer, Was $58.00; Now $39.99
[6] Oxford & Regent Perfect Blazer, Was $58.00; Now $39.99

ooh love the blazer-BB!
#1 Real Style Real People (Homepage) on 2009-08-13 08:22 (Reply)
Besides color, what's the difference between the first 2 shirts? I can't figure it out. Love them both though! (Agree with you on the name too ;-)
#2 reva (Homepage) on 2009-08-13 09:58 (Reply)
The model does not do the clothes justice. I love the bf blazer though!
#3 Mk on 2009-08-13 10:27 (Reply)
LOVE those skinny pants, I thought they were leggings at first but I love that style!
#4 Neira (Homepage) on 2009-08-13 10:35 (Reply)
Oooh, the skinny pant is super fab! Angie was just touting the new knit pant ...
#5 Sally (Homepage) on 2009-08-13 11:45 (Reply)
Is it just me, or does that girl totally want to be this?
#6 Sandra on 2009-08-13 15:22 (Reply)
I love #5--the knit blazer. That's me all the way. I love jackets and blazers.
#7 (Homepage) on 2009-08-13 23:05 (Reply)
Isn't amazing no matter what year it is a brand new white shirt is always in style. :>)
#8 Barbara (Homepage) on 2009-08-14 16:56 (Reply)
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