This blog post is sponsored by Belk. All experiences and opinions are my own.
Fall is officially here which means cozy sweaters, dresses, and wool hats! I’m here for all the fall outfits and the best part is that all of these fall outfits ideas are on sale at Belk!
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The Belk Charity Sale has contributed more than $50 million in donations to over 6,000 nonprofits across the South since 2012, and the Belk Charity Sale is back for another year! At a time when many nonprofits are struggling due to the impacts of COVID-19, Belk is upping its long-standing support of local nonprofits by offering an additional donation of $5,000 to the organization that raises the most money online through its Charity Sale.
I’ve partnered with Belk to raise funds for Austin Pets Alive, a local charity in Austin that I’ve supported for several years through Shop Koko.
Join this year’s #BelkCharitySale and donate $5 to a participating organization to receive a $10 off coupon for Belk orders from Friday, October 9 – Sunday, October 11. Donations can be made in-store or online at belk.com/charity as a great socially distanced option.
Come do some shopping, support your community, and save on rarely discounted brands at Belk like Free People, Adidas, French Connection, Vince Camuto, Lightning Bug (kids), Bobbi Brown, MAC, Kiehl’s, Benefit and more.
Free People is one of my favorite brands so I was really excited to see them included in the Belk Charity Sale – several of these outfits are all Free People and they’re all on sale!
TRUE CRAFT dress
I also picked up some makeup and skincare – Clinique is one of my favorite skincare brands and I’ve been needing new sunscreen.
Lancome is also included the Belk Charity Sale! I’ve used the Lancome Teint Idole Foundation for the past 5 years. I also picked up some Lancome eyeshadows and makeup remover.
Also picked up some bath soap and lotion from Goodness & Grace!