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BB's Weekly Link Round Up: Nordstrom Sale Picks Under $100, How to Style a Romper 3 Ways and More

Nordstrom sale picks under $100; how to style this Target romper 3 ways
Last call! Nordstrom's massive half-yearly sale ends tomorrow (scroll down for links to my picks).

The Everygirl shares 3 adorable ways to style a romper for the weekend.

These essential scoopneck dresses are just $10 today only at Old Navy.

SheFinds is giving away a trip for two to Maui!

Forbes has the scoop on Net-a-Porter's new social shopping app, the Net Set.

H&M talks about their efforts to improve working conditions in the textile industry.

NYC New York Color gets the stamp of approval from young New York City makeup artists.

AllYou reveals how often you should clean everything.

On Pinterest we're loving this soft combination of casual neutrals.

Racked introduces us to a must-see documentary on the real costs of fast fashion.

Also from Racked, take a closer look at the booming business of secondhand fashion.

Refinery29 highlights the latest plus size fashions from Eloquii.

There's still time! Enter our giveaway for a chance to win a $50 Nordstrom giftcard!

Nordstrom Sale Picks Under $100:
Tory Burch espadrille flats // Chelsea28 Wide Crop Pants // Enzo Angiolini Ankle Strap Heels // Frenchi Scallop Hem Top

Image credit: The Everygirl
I can't get enough of your round ups. Have a great weekend.

#1 Liv (Homepage) on 2015-05-30 09:15 (Reply)
Thanks for the round up! I appreciate you mentioning The True Cost documentary. My husband and I plan to watch it tonight! I've struggled trying to figure out what brands are ethical or even what brands mean consistent quality. I've thought about only buying second hand clothes for a time to reassess my consumption, so your second Racked link was also appreciated. I always look forward to reading this post from you on the weekend!
#2 Laura on 2015-05-30 14:54 (Reply)
Great round up and I really appreciated the article on H&M.

Wishes & Reality
#3 Heidi (Homepage) on 2015-05-31 14:26 (Reply)
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