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ShopBop 25% Off 2016 Sale – INTHEFAM

ShopBop just kicked off a 25% off sale with the code INTHEFAM off everything.

Dates: April 5 – April 7 2016 (11:59pm PST)

These are my sale picks from the ShopBop sale. This is the time to stock up on the more expensive items that you may have been waiting for but couldn’t quite buy without a coupon code.

I particularly like the AG Stilt Jeans and own a pair of them.

They are the softest, most huggable, but not skintight or clingy, thick, wonderful pajama-like jeans I have ever own. Hands down, the ONE PAIR I cannot let out of my closet for a million years.

I also really like Kate Spade’s watches, and have been eying the metro watch with its cute words-for-numbers design for a while but I think they’re excluded from the sale 🙁

Shopbop: The following brands are excluded from the offer: Acne Studios, Aquazzura, Alexander Wang, Edie Parker, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gareth Pugh, Giambattista Valli, Hanky Panky, Herve Leger, Jason Wu, Jennifer Meyer, Jonathan Simkhai, Kate Spade New York, Katie May, Maison Margiela, MCM, Marc Jacobs, Monique Lhuillier, Nina Ricci, Narciso Rodriguez, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini , 3.1 Phillip Lim, Prabal Gurung, Rodarte, Rochas, Rick Owens DRKSHDW, Rick Owens Lilies, Stella McCartney, Stuart Weitzman, SUNO, Tory Burch, Versace, Canada Goose, Herschel Supply Co., Hunter Boots, Marni, Rag & Bone, Tumi, and What Goes Around Comes Around.


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