Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Shoptagr: Your Personalized Sale-Watching BFF & $100 Visa Giveaway!

Have you ever fallen in love with an item but WISHED it was on sale?  Sometimes you luck out and happen to be at the sale rack at just the right time, while others of you are die-hard fans of items and stalk things until they go on sale.  Or maybe you're like me...lazy...and all of that feels like way too much effort.

No matter what kind of sale-hunter (or sale-avoider) you are, I want to introduce you to a brand new service called Shoptagr.  It’s a site that does all of your sale-stalking for you!  You tag the exact item IN YOUR SIZE and Shoptagr emails you if it goes on sale.  How sweet is that?  Instead of spending your time and energy combing through sale racks or obsessively waiting and checking for your favorite things to go on sale, you can focus on more important things in your life while Shoptagr does all the work for you!

Earn Up to $120 in Gift Cards
Shoptagr goes live March 31st, and is a totally FREE service.  No, wait, it’s BETTER THAN FREE because right now it's in its pre-launch stage which means you can earn up to $120 in gift cards when your friends sign up as well!  Yep, really!  Earn gift cards to stores like Asos, Topshop, and Net-a-Porter.  Sooooo, Shoptagr will take a load off of you by watching sales for you AND allow you to earn gift cards doing it?  Okay, if that’s not an amazing deal for you, I don’t know what is.

Oh, wait again.  It gets even better.  

As if earning free gift cards and having a personalized sale-watching BFF aren't enticing enough for you to sign up, Shoptagr is also giving you a chance to win $100 Visa for doing it!  We were originally gonna do a Target card, because obviously you guys love Tarjay, but a Visa card can get you all your Tarjay goodies and beyond.  So, sign up for your new BFF Shoptagr, earn some gift cards, and enter to win $100!


  1. Thanks Audry, that's a very handy guide.

  2. Dress + Jean Jacket + Booties = Perfection!!!!


  3. Great dress and there's nothing wrong with recycling outfits. I can't wait to be able to wear a dress bare legged, without leggings or tights.



  4. yeah this is pretty much the best thing ever!

  5. What a great idea - I am always stalking sites waiting for items to go on sale.

    Lisa @ Daily Style Finds

  6. This outfit is just so pretty. I want to find a yellow patterned dress like yours. It's so cheerful, the perfect length, a built-in cinched waist, and a pattern to boot. I wish the exact dress was still available but the Modcloth one is totally swoon-worthy. I'm afraid to see the price...

  7. Okay, this sounds fantastic! I never buy anything full price, and often miss out on things because I don't like having to check constantly for discounted prices...I'm definitely going to look them up!

  8. I know I've mentioned this before (as have so many of your readers), but I absolutely love how real and relatable your outfits are, Audrey! I get so tired of seeing bloggers wearing new things constantly, or trying so hard to create different outfits that they wind up looking super contrived and awkward. I think there's nothing wrong with this outfit being similar to the outfit from October...because A) it works, and B) most of us get dressed this same way :) Keep doing what you're doing, my dear, and I'll keep fangirling :)

  9. Thank you, Brynn! Too much time in style blog land and not enough time in the real world can pull you in strange and illogical directions, you know? The reality is that though I want to expand how I utilize my wardrobe, I do get dressed by using tried and true formulas with new pieces (and often the exact same pieces haha). That makes perfect sense in the "real world" but like I said, sometimes too much time in the style blogging world can make you detached from the real world.

  10. Oh, I totally hear you on that one! I think about how I used to dress - I had a lot of "outfits." When I started reading blogs several years ago, I realized that I could actually mix and match my pieces to create new outfits (instead of always wearing that one tank top with that one cardigan and that one pair of jeans)...and it was really eye-opening and great. I still completely get dressed using a formula, but it works for me and makes me feel good. I'm certainly not the most fashion-forward blogger by any means, but I think I dress well and I like how my style has evolved. That's all I could really ask for! :)


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