Try clothes free from your favorite stores! ASOS! Barneys! Zara! Nike! J.Crew!

Ever shop online and find tons of things you want but unsure of how it’ll look on you? Ever feel like it’s too much of a trouble to order something, pay for the item and shipping, only to have to return it and pay for shipping again? With Try.com, you can now order items for free and not pay until you decide to keep it! Everything ships with a free prepaid return label.

Retailers included in this new program are:

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When you sign up, you’ll get a Try button that’s added to these shopping pages that will allow you to select the item to try. This means you don’t have to go to a separate website to get your items. Just do your shopping like usual and then hit the Try button instead of the add to cart button on the item page.

Right now it’s invite only. But the good news is, I’ve got your invite! Get access to Try.com with my code – michelleA26K  https://www.try.com/r/michelleA26K

Marchesa Sample Sale Coming!

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Marchesa makes some of the most beautiful evening gowns and bridal wear. So, if you might be attending any formal event in the future, it might not be a bad idea to check out Marchesa’s sample sale this coming week and pick up a dress or two🙂

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<> at New York Public Library - Celeste Bartos Forum on February 12, 2014 in New York City.

According to Sample Sally, there will be cocktail dresses reduced from $3000 to $500 and gowns from $3000 to $1200. While those prices might seem a bit high, in the past they have had cocktail dresses going for $100.

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What’s a bridal sample sale like?

If you follow my instagram account, you know I went to the Designer Loft sample sale this weekend. When someone’s offering wedding gowns discounted to $200, it’s hard to pass that up. Before this, I had always thought that a bridal sample sale would be like that Friend’s episode where Monica takes Phoebe and Rachel to a bridal sample sale and gives them whistles to blow when they find “the” dress. They end up fighting for the dress and it’s total chaos. I’ve also seen the Kleinfeld sales on Say Yes to the Dress where brides are waiting at like 5 in the morning. Continue reading