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What To Buy From Charlotte Russe's Sale Section

With one and a half more months of summer to go, I decided to hit up Charlotte Russe's sale section to see what they have. I found a ton of good deals and cute clothing, especially when it comes to shoes. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw heels for less than $5 (OMG). I really like some of their skirts and jumpsuits as well so I compiled a whole list of my must-haves from their sale section. Lots of sizes are still available as I'm writing this but you might want to act fast!

Cold Shoulder Jumpsuit ($15.99)
I love this kind of cold shoulder necklines with flutter details. I just think it is super feminine and more dressed up. This is a very neutral color that would suit any occasion. It's so easy to wear and fuss-free.

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Striped Belted Jumpsuit ($18.99)
Stripe jumpsuits are an essential in any closet if you are into jumpsuits. They make you look taller and slimmer. This is a simple, non-complicated design with a belt to cinch your waist so that everything looks more fitted. Perfect for casual days out or anything in between.

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Plaid Cutout Jumpsuit ($20.99)
I love the sweetheart neckline and the cutout detail. You can still wear a normal bra underneath because the back isn't exposed. It's such a cute style and the waist can be cinched with the sash so that it gives the jumpsuit a little more shape. I like that the pants are cropped so anyone one from petite to tall can rock this jumpsuit

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Crochet Trim Maxi Dress ($20.99)
Going for an event on a budget? Or maybe you just want a new dress for date night. This is such a pretty nude color with a crochet detail on the chest. A touch of bohemian and girly.

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Macrame Off The Shoulder Top ($9.99)
I love the crochet design of this and the color! Yellow is trending everywhere right now and this is the perfect top to rock this color!

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Button Up Mini Skirt ($13.99)
This vibrant yellow skirt is everything! It definitely screams summer and would go well with white, black or stripe tops. I love how denim skirts look so giving it a yellow twist makes it so much more unique for your closet.

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Floral Maxi Skirt ($7.99)
I really like how unique this color is. It's a deep teal with stunning rose floral prints on it. It's a little harder to match because of how bold the color and prints are but you can never go wrong with white. Anyway, for this price, I think it is a total steal.

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Striped Cold Shoulder Crop Top ($9.99)
I love how the top is fitted at the body yet loose at the sleeves. The subtle sweetheart neckline also adds a touch of femininity to the blouse. Perfect with fitted jeans or flowy pants.

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Tie Front Paperbag Trousers ($15.99)
I recently got myself a similar pair of pants. I like how these are tapered at the ankles so you can wear them with loose tops or fitted tops and it will still look put together. Plus, this shade of pink is lovely.

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Lightweight Anorak Hooded Jacket ($20.99)
This isn't for everyone but if you are looking for something unique and different, this lilac jacket would be a pretty addition to your closet. I would match it with lighter colors like white, grey, blue and pink.

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Ankle Strap Sandals ($7.99-$15.99)
This is the kind of heels every girl needs. Classy and goes with everything. You don't have to think twice about your look with this style because it fits every look.

Nude | Olive | Metallic Gold

Metallic Platform Sandals ($5.99-$9.99)
If the 4" heels intimidated you, go for something with a platform sot hat it is easier to walk in. It is a little bit higher, but we can all use that extra height right?

Silver | Rose Gold

Metallic Lace Up Sneakers ($7.99)
Metallic sneakers are not for everyone but I dig them. They add a little pizzaz to any look, casual or not. It's summer so why not have some fun with your outfit?

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