Sunday, June 30, 2013

Haul: Nordstrom Rack and Old Navy

What started off as a usual morning with Filipino family breakfast and the plan of going to Old Navy's one dollar flip flop sale turned into a shopping spree and an impromptu pool party (but more on the hangout day in another post).

First we headed over to Old Navy to grab some flip flops (and ended up getting a little more, as you can see at the end of this post). Then after, we headed over to Nordstrom Rack. After perusing the clearance section for the clothes, I headed over to the shoe aisles in hopes of finding a minimalist heel or new summer sandals (as I finally broke my go-to gladiator sandals from Nordstrom at the end of the school year). 

And after getting my hopes up but finding nothing just right in the size 7 aisle, I headed over to check out 71/2 shoes out of curiosity. Well who would have thought that a pair of sandals on the bottom rack would have caught my eye because they were calling out to me. After I tried them on, I knew these were the ones. The strap around the toes, the black sleek look, the faux leather material, and the comfort in walking in them. Just, YES. I could see the rest of my summer in these shoes (and hopefully for many more months after vacation and into the school year). Hopefully I don't wear them out too soon. 

As I was browsing through the miscellaneous sale boxes, my sister comes up to me to ask if a necklace was worth $2.40. I looked up and said, "YES" (referring to the all gold-coated necklace on the right). I made her take me to where she found it, and then she showed me another that I should get as well. I made her get both for herself for now (since she believes she will lose interest and then hand them over to me in the future). Each necklace below was only $2.40!

I ended up picking up three pairs of different colored flip flops, just to have choices for the summer. I need to be prepared for the unpredictable adventures during this vacation!

Besides the huge sale for flip flops, my mom pointed out I should pick up some basic tank tops as well. I decided to get two basic solid colors, white and navy blue, for $2 each!

Sales are definitely worth waiting in ridiculous lines for (one dollar flip flop sales are no joke for Old Navy. That line was long, yet efficiently moved surprisingly quick). Patience is a virtue. It can get you great deals in the end!


  1. Those shoes are so darling! I thought I recognized them... Are they what you wore tonight?

    Kate from Clear the Way

  2. Yes, they were! Thank you for noticing!