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BB's Weekly Link Round-Up: Nate Berkus for Target Baby, Nordstrom's Winter Coat Sale and More

Start 2017 with new activewear from Forever 21, the Nate Berkus for Target baby collection and more.

Forever 21's new activewear line will inspire you to achieve those 2017 fitness goals. The fierce campaign images feature rising Swedish-Australian model, Kelly Gale.

Shop Nordstrom for major markdowns on coats, like this Vince Camuto parka - now 50% off with free shipping and free returns.

Nate Berkus is launching his first-ever nursery and layette collection, available exclusively in select Target stores and online at starting Jan. 8.

Track your hair health in 2017 with the world's first smartbrush.

Goodwill Industries’ online thrift store – reStitch is set to open its doors by month end. Sign up to get a preview of the site.

Already Pretty says good-bye to blogging after 9 amazing years of inspiring and uplifting readers worldwide with her wit, creativity and love.

College Fashion puts together looks inspired by the Chanel Pre Fall 2017 collection.

Head to Sydne Style for a chance to win $3,000 worth of fabulous prizes in her 7 days of giveaways!

The Recessionista reports American Apparel is headed towards bankruptcy and offering deep discounts. I guess sometimes sex doesn't sell.

Pinterest rounds up the top 100 trends to try in 2017. Bell sleeves are going to be big.

Join us tomorrow night on Twitter and Snapchat (@budgetbabe) to talk red-carpet fashion at the Golden Globes!

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I need that parka! Seriously in need of a winter refresh and absolutely sick of my North Face. Love F21 athletic wear too, best sports bras!

Heidi || Wishes & Reality
#1 Heidi on 2017-01-07 17:41 (Reply)
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