Last spring I was extremely pregnant and then home all summer with a newborn…so when it came time to pull out my warm weather clothes this year, I realized that the pickings were quite slim. Have you heard about Sears Canada‘s new off-price division called The Cut @ Sears? With brand name fashion finds (and beautiful home decor!) reduced by 30-60%, I knew it was the place to find some new pieces to help get my wardrobe in shape.
After a looong winter of dark grey sweaters and thick wool socks, I was ready for bright and beautiful colour. The Cut @ Sears is a treasure trove of great finds that are not only budget friendly, but fashion forward too.
Along with this off-pricing section, Sears Canada has also debuted their new Sears-label essentials of high-quality products at great prices.
I was able to put together this fun spring look using finds from The Cut @ Sears and essentials from the Sears-label.
Sears Canada’s The Cut @ Sears and Sears-label essentials are available across the country. If you’re near Toronto, check out their fantastic pop-up shop, open all summer at 322 1⁄2 Queen Street West.
As I walked through the store, I was so impressed by the selection. I’m on the hunt for a new spring purse and there were so many great styles to choose from.
I’m still torn between a nautical bag…
…or something light and bright. At these prices, I could take home both! #options 🙂
I also loved checking out The Cut @ Sears’ fantastic selection of kid’s clothing. Lucy is outgrowing all her clothes so quickly and I love that I’m able to pick up fashionable finds for her at Sears Canada at great prices.
I have to admit I was blown away by the selection in The Cut @ Sears’ home decor section. There were so many different pieces to fit any style.
There were two massive walls of high-quality throw pillows calling my name. Just look at those prices and the beautiful patterns!
Be sure to stop by a Sears Canada location near you to check out these exciting new developments!
Disclaimer – This post was sponsored by Sears Canada as part of the YummyMummyClub.ca. All opinions and thoughts are my own.