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We can't lie, we love a good shoe here at Lucky and this week's haul post features a classic brogue and a killer heel. Aside from that, we've got contributions from serial shoppers Mary Fletcher and Bobby Schuessler and a beauty pick up from Jonell Copeland of Age is Beauty.
This week, we're happy to welcome some of our Lucky Style Collective bloggers to the Lucky Haul. Erin from Calivintage scored some vintage dresses for $5 each and Bernadette of Decade Diary picked up the legendary Celine crossbody. Meanwhile, our editors got nostalgic with nautical stripes and did some serious sale shopping.
This week, our editors picked up pieces from their international jet-set travels, whether they were shuffling through airport customs or just navigating across the World Wide Web. We covered everything from Canadian home accessories, lingerie and, of course, shoes.
Over the weekend, Lucky editors replenished their summer favorites and started strategizing for the all-important fall transition (is September really just around the corner?) From T-shirts to haul-it-all totes, our carefully considered purchases are here.
As promised, we're going to be doing a haul post every week about what Lucky editors bought over the past few days. Watch out--shopping is our leisure sport, so that means tons of stuff each week for you to ogle. For us, it just means another way to justify filling our already full closets.