Weekly Weakness – Summer & Early Fall Favorites From Banana Republic

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I know, every blogger right now is talking about the BIG Sale (it opens to non-card holders on Friday and I’m still trying to decide if I want to make a Friday Shopping post about it or not, are y’all sick of hearing about it yet?). But did you know that a lot of our favorite stores, like Banana Republic, have released their pre-fall collections? That means this is the perfect time to shop pieces you can 100% wear now as well as later into fall! My favorites shops right now that have introduced their new collections are J.Crew and Ann Taylor (either in-store and/or online), but today it’s all about Banana Republic! Scroll through this sweet little slideshow to see some pieces I’m excited to wear now, into early fall and well…any other time of the year really!

Poor Little It Girl - Summer and Fall Favorites from Banana Republic - @poorlilitgirl

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  1. Peezy

    I seriously love every single choice you have picked for this post… Let the shopping begin!

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  2. ajdematteo

    Ooh, Banana Republic has really stepped up their game lately. I’m also digging the vertical striped pants, and those blue slingbacks with the bow.

    Also, I would love to hear more about the Nordstrom Sale! I already did quite a bit of damage, but I could always do more! There’s so much to see and sometimes you miss those gems the first time.

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    1. Poor Little It Girl

      Thanks for the feedback, I’m def thinking I need to do a roundup in my own way…thank you!! xoxo Cathy

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  3. Bryn Bradsher

    I was debating a NSale post myself but I feel like it’s been so over done at this point that I found this post very refreshing! As much as I love Nordstrom I think BR’s new collection is amazing! That lace dress is a must and I am loving all of their stripes!

    So cute! Thanks for sharing!

    xo Bryn
    http://www.waketonroad.com

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