When I listed my favorite Black Friday deals here, I realized yesterday at the Vince Camuto store there’s one sale I forgot. For those of you following my blog, you know I get a lot of Vince Camuto shoes at Nordstrom, but this was the first time I went into the actual store. All I can say is…wow! Such stylish clothes/bags/shoes, such good quality, AND such a great Black Friday sale! 40% off everything with some things up to 50% off! Fortunately, the Vince Camuto site has the 40% off deal for those of you who don’t live near a store. The sale runs November 26-27 with code Black40. Also, Nordstrom and Macy’s are price-matching all exact Vince Camuto items.
This blush pink top is SO darling and feminine. We locked eyes the second I saw it…it was meant to be! I can’t wait to dress it up for work and down with booties like I did here. And at $35 it was a steal. The booties are also part of the 40% off sale, here, as is the bag I’m wearing, here. (Obsessed with this bag!) Unfortunately the blouse itself is sold out on the Vince Camuto site and not carried at Nordstrom/Macy’s, but I did find the exact top at Bloomingdale’s here. Or if you really want the sale, you could call the Vince Camuto store at Charlotte’s Southpark mall and order it via phone :).
I’ve never been big on poncho tops, but when I tried this one I was obsessed. Something about the pattern and cut makes it flow perfectly. It too was only $35 and will make a great swim cover-up! The pattern also comes in a t-shirt option, here. And how gorgeous are these over the knee boots?
Ridge and I are going to Miami for a few days next week so I was looking for a colorful and lightweight sleeveless option. This tropical drape tank was perfect! I can’t find it online, but if you love it, there were several left at the Southpark store (just over $40 after 50% off). I’m obsessed with these booties…they have an urban sophistication to them but are still subtle enough to go with a all sorts of outfits.
I also swooned over this white draped cardi. The hem makes it look so lux. I couldn’t get everything I’m wearing in these photos without breaking the bank so I had to leave this one for another lucky shopper. It isn’t online but may still be at the store.
I love this zip front top so much I plan on wearing it today. It’s so comfortable and a stylish alternative to a t-shirt. The back is longer than the front, making is a easy to wear with leggings. The black booties are from Vince Camuto’s “Signature” line (currently being phased out). The leather is very high quality–and how fun is that fringe? I couldn’t find online but the Southpark store should have it.
For those of you living in the Charlotte area, there are extra deep discounts at the Southpark store because it’s one of the locations transitioning to The Shoebox. The Shoebox is now the parent company of Vince Camuto, carrying it and several other designer brands.
When I love a designer, I read all I can about their life, philosophy, and style aesthetic. Vince Camuto was an amazing man who profoundly impacted women’s footwear. With his technical knowledge of fit and comfort and a sophisticated Italian aesthetic, he fused practicality with design in a way no one had before. He co-founded Nine West in 1977, and in 2006 collaborated with Tory Burch to create the iconic Reva ballet flat, the shoe that effectively launched her career. Who knew! Around the same time, Camuto Group purchased the license for the Jessica Simpson brand of shoes. Vince Camuto passed away last year but is survived by his wife, Louise Camuto who worked alongside him and is now the Chief Creative Officer of Camuto Group. Her line, Louise et Cie, is sold at Vince Camuto shops as well as department stores like Nordstrom, Lord and Taylor, and Dillard’s. In case you guys can’t tell I’m a little obsessed! I’m thinking I may get his book, Life of Style, for my coffee table :).What have you guys found this wonderful long weekend of sales? Tag me on Instagram or Facebook; I would love to see!