Our younger daughter loves to remind me how much black clothing I wear. And I swear I honestly have been trying to consciously get out of my comfort zone and wear other shades. Ok “colours”. In which case Sears Canada who I am partnered with recently launched a new off price division called The Cut as well new Sears-label essentials and invited us to come take a look at their new collection.
The Cut offers stunning designer home décor and fashion finds at 30-60% off where brand new name brand pieces arrive in-store each week. The Cut is available at your local Sears stores and if you’re in the Greater Toronto Area the Pop-Up Shop branded #weveCHANGED, is located at 322 ½ Queen Street West in downtown Toronto and will be there all summer!
I don’t know about you but I for one really appreciate the olour coordination in The Cut clothing racks. Way easier to find things and my closet may or may not be organized like that.
Along with The Cut, Sears Canada has their new Sears-label essentials where they feature high quality items at great prices. Let me tell you, it’s like they knew I was coming. I like uncomplicated dressing. Meaning, clean, modern, simple and elegant. Comfortable is mandatory and well I have this thing for cardigans and stripes. It’s about the only pattern you’ll see me in. So I reallllllly liked what I saw.
Tank tops that are super comfy for $7.97!
This skirt. THIS SKIRT!!! And I don’t even like pink.
With a black cardigan? Ok I’ll stop I was supposed to be focusing on finding colourful items as per my daughter’s request.
Of course I may or may not have wound up in the kids section afterwards, because that’s what Mom’s do right? Go in to buy ourselves something and also leave with some t-shirts and a Unicorn notebook for your kids.
And the cutest Panda suitcase ever…
The Cut and new Sears-label essentials are now also available in-stores and online. I highly recommend that you drop by to see how Sears has changed and follow the hashtag #weveCHANGED for more Sears fashion and home decor scoop!
Disclaimer: This post is brought to you in partnership with Sears Canada. As always, opinions are my own.