I am so glad that the Junior League of Baltimore reached out to me to attend this event. The Boutique Warehouse Sale had loads of great deals, delish cocktails, fabulous finger foods, and about a thousand shopaholics. Nothing like being in a room full of people addicted to shopping — just like you.
It was a little tricky getting to the building but once inside I was greeted by the ladies of JLB and to my surprise everyone noticed me thanks to my video of their press event (check it out here).
Take a look at some of the pics I snapped while shopping.
There were tons of deals. I mean shoes, hats, jewelry, dresses, coats — everything. You should have been there!
Who can beat $12! Maybe that $10 bin next to it. Like really…
I would have brought everything but I’m on a ‘hurry-and-move-to-NYC’ budget.
The greatest part was that these shops were local. Who knew that Baltimore had soooo many great shopping spots?
I think every women there had the same idea — NEW SPRING DRESSES!
By the end of the evening this rack was empty!
And so was this box.
The gorgeous ladies of ShopMamie.com – of course what I picked wasn’t on sale.
It was nearing the end of the night. She looked like she really wanted me to buy a pair of shoes BUT I snapped a picture of her instead.
If I had of seen these bags first I would have gotten one! I’ll be back.
I fell in love with this white clutch. I opened those two cool zippers and it said $350. I immediately closed the clutch and politely placed it back on the table. Cute though!
I ran into my Baltimore Bloggerista, Taliah from FashionWasHere. How cute is her dress?
Here’s what I wore – I was coming straight from work so I literally switched out my khakis for a pair of black skinny jeans (Forever21), and traded my boring old boots for my mother’s vintage loafers (Etienne Aigner), added my favorite statement necklace (SoExcessive.com) and grabbed my color blocked clutch (HoneyComb HideOut in Baltimore).
And finally here’s what I brought from ShopMamie. Isn’t she PERFECT! Can’t wait to style it.Pin It