September 29, 2015

LOFT Mystery Flash Sale Alert: Get 50% Off Full-Price Items

 LOFT Fitting Room Reviews on www.whatjesswore.com - 9/29/15

Update 9/30 - The flash sale is over but you still can get 40% off tops and sweaters at LOFT. Also get an extra 40% off all sale styles. Valid in stores and online. Since no code is needed you can use the stackable code INSIDER235 online for an additional 25% off full-price purchases of $100+ (excludes Lou & Grey items). That's a total of 55% off select full-price styles after discounts!

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Get 50% off your full-price purchase at LOFT with code LUCKY50. Lou & Grey exclusions apply. Sale ends Wednesday 9/30, 10AM ET. I registered for the email and received the code for 40% off code but I tried LUCKY50 for 50% off and it worked for me. I ordered the autumn anorak pictured below, modern skinny jeans in the iron grey wash, two more pairs of my favorite denim leggings in the vivid dark indigo wash (review here) and the boyfriend cardigan in the golden sand color.

Shop my sales picks here:



 LOFT Autumn Anorak, size XS regular
LOFT Autumn Anorak, size XS regular (see it styled on Lofty Closet here)
Chelsea28 Scallop Edge Tank, size XS (old/sold out, review here)
Old Navy Rockstar Super Skinny Jeans (old wash, current version here)
Cole Haan Air Monica Ballet Flats (available here in other colors)

I've wanted this autumn anorak for a while but I never found the smaller sizes to try on in store since it was always sold out in XS. I finally found size XS regular in store today and the relaxed fit of the regular missy size isn't overwhelming but the sleeves are wide as another reviewer noted. The sleeves look much cuter folded and scrunched up. The material is thin so I'm afraid I may not get as much wear out of it when the temperatures start to drop. I hope I can layer it to get the most use out of it until spring comes back around. It's the perfect weight for a spring, summer and early fall jacket. See the autumn anorak perfectly styled by Lofty Closet here, Skirt The Rules blog here and by Megan here.

 LOFT Fall Flutter Top, size XSP

LOFT has been featuring this fall flutter top a lot so I figured I'd try it on to see what all the hype was about. Size XSP is a loose boxy fit with wide arms so I believe XXSP would have been a better fit but like my feelings on the fall flutter dress (review here) I wasn't a fan of this color and print on me. I also tried on the ultrasoft city chinos again (review here and here) since they were on sale and 40% off in store. This time around I noticed that the outline of the pockets show through the thin material. With flats on I felt that these pants did nothing to elongate my legs since the opening at the bottom wasn't as tapered as I prefer. It was also a too form fitting on my backside (refer to this picture here) so I'd have to wear longer length tops over it to feel less exposed.

 LOFT Gingham Henley Shirt, size XXSP

Next up is this gingham henley shirt which I was seriously considering (I dragged it around the store with me) but size XXSP was the smallest size and it was still a bit too wide on me so I passed for now. This top runs at least one size bigger. It looks really cute with the blush pants (above) and my regular jeans (below). The material they used is thin and similar to the sleeveless gingham swing shell (review here) and gingham gamine dress (review here) from the summer.

 LOFT Gingham Henley Shirt, size XXSP

 LOFT Floral Button Back Swing Shell, XS regular

I liked the little flowers on this grey floral button back swing shell and I tried on XS regular for size since my store didn't have this top in petites. Luckily XS regular fit like XSP so it fit me really well and the arm holes weren't too big. The buttons down the back are a sweet detail but they'll be covered up by a cardigan this season so I passed for now. This top would also a great addition to wear year round.

 LOFT Button Back Chambray Shirt, size XSP

I tried on XSP in this button back chambray shirt and it fits true to size. I've never tried on a chambray-like t-shirt before but I can see the appeal. Personally I would prefer size XXS for a slightly longer length so that it will cover my crotch more. The chambray fabric they used is mid-weight so it's not too thin. Refer to this picture for the backside of this shirt.

 LOFT Clean Tunic Shell, size XXSP

I'm always on the hunt for the perfect layering cami and this clean tunic shell doesn't disappoint with the flattering drape and thicker straps. It's long enough to cover your crotch and rear. I tried on size XXSP which runs about one size bigger since I'm usually size XSP at LOFT. For pattern lovers this cami also comes in a lovely grey print. I wish it came in more solid colors other than black and white.

 LOFT Soft Swing Dress, size XS/SP

I've come across this soft swing dress many times but I finally tried it on today since I found size XS/SP to try. It's very pretty on and looks best belted to give it some shape. Size XS/SP should fit sizes 0P-2P. The arms holes may be snug if you have larger upper arms. If you're really petite then the pleats may be too much material when belted at the waist. Note that the dress is unline but it's not see through by any means.

Get 40% off tops and sweaters @loft today. This #Lace Tee is included in this promotion (I took size XSP). You can also use code INSIDER955 for an additional 25% off the full-price promotion styles! 👯 |  @liketoknow.it www.liketk.it/1MF7E #liketki
LOFT Lace Tee, size XSP (review here)
Old Navy Rockstar Super Skinny Jeans (old wash, current version here)
Madewell Knotshine Necklace
Ann Taylor Mini Pebbled Signature Tote (review of white version here, current version here)
Zara Flat Chain Sandals (older style/sold out, review here, similar here)  

Lastly, this pretty lace tee (review here) is available in regular missy and petite size. Petites became available a few weeks ago for those of you still looking for this top. I love the ivory color best and it's one of my favorite purchases from LOFT.

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