JCPENNEY HAD A CRAZY SALE…



Apparently JCPenney is working overtime to get their customer base back. Between trying to be a little more on the stylish side (finally!), adding small scale Sephora stores within the store, and putting clothing on sale/clearance again, they are really trying to undo the colossal mess that they’ve been in for the last year or so. They’ve also taken a cue from Target when it comes to collaborating with designers and selling lower priced versions of their lines at JCP. Quite frankly, I’m not mad at them. Do what you have to do, and win new customers while you’re at it!

With that being said, I needed a few work clothes, so I broke my “try not to spend money” ban, and headed on out to the store. I believe everything was 20% off today – even on clearance items, which was a plus! Nothing spectacular here, and you know I don’t take the best photos of clothes (cannot get them to look right! I’ll take pictures again when I’m actually wearing them. lol!), but here they are anyway!

Pencil skirt – Originally $29, priced at $25, additional $5 off, final price = $20.00

Curvy fit pants (black and white) – Originally $32, priced at $23.99, additional $4.80 off, final price = $19.19

Duro Olowu cuffed pants (so silky!) – Originally $35, on clearance for $5, additional $1 off, final price = $4.00

MNG by Mango blouse – Originally $25, on clearance for $3, additional $0.60 off, final price = $2.40

MNG by Mango blazer (orange) – Originally $65, on clearance for $5, additional $1 off, final price = $4

MNG by Mango blazer (black and white) – Originally $80, on clearance for $3, additional $0.60 off, final price = $2.40

JCP5Duro Olowu trench coat – Originally $75, on clearance for $5, additional $1 off, final price = $4

Apparently you can only get these deals in store, though, because I just checked the JCP website, and most of these items are still there at the regular price. I don’t know what’s up with that, but if you see something on the website that you like, you might want to check your local store first! Save. Money.