I’ve mentioned Francesca’s Collections a few times before so I thought I’d do a little post on what they currently have available. Francesca’s is a cute little boutique that has Anthro-like clothes at a lower price point. They also carry accessories, jewelry, handbags and fun, little gifts. Each week they feature a Pick of the Week, which is a new item that is 20% off. This week they are featuring their Flora and Fauna Dress for $27.20 (OP $38.00), which is a cute little halter dress with a denim skirt.

Here are some of my picks.

Vintage Glam Top – Black, White, Khaki – S/M/L – $28.00
Loyalty Silk Top – Blue/Navy, Yellow – S/M/L – $38.00
Against the Rainbow Skirt – Black – S/M/L – $18.00
Blue Zebra Top – Blue – S/M/L – $34.00
Papyrus in Moonlight Skirt – Blue – S/M/L – $34.00
Abstract Aura Dress – Blue, Gray – S/M/L – $38.00
Skippity Doo Dress (if I did strapless) – S/M/L – $44.00
Neverending Story Belt – Brown – One Size – $18.00

Concrete Rose Scarf – $18.00

Better Than a Boyfriend Soap – $9.00

Jetsetter Balloon Passport Holder – $6.95

Sugar Daddy Bank – $9.00

And so many other cute gifts!

I’ve never ordered online because I’ve always had a store where I live so I can’t tell you about their shipping times or return experience. If you can’t find an item online and you have a store nearby I suggest checking the store.

Happy Shopping!

I know it’s been a while since I posted but I’ve been swamped with work, home, life in general with no me time anywhere. And it sucks. It also sucks that I still haven’t found a camera. Husband said I couldn’t get a new one so I’m scouring ebay for one EXACTLY like mine. Ta Da! Mine’s fixed. He actually wants to get an DSLR so I can understand why he said no to a new, slim, easy-to-manage, fits-in-my-purse camera.

Here’s what I’m wearing for Cinco de Mayo. I bought this blouse several years ago at Francesca’s Collections and they are also online. They have are like a little Anthropologie Boutique, with lower price points.

Blouse: Lithe from Francesca’s
Shorts: J Crew
Shoes: Corso Como (last seen here)

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Here’s a homemade Mexican Martini for you!