I did the clicking, the entering, and got a free top in the mail a few days later.
The top was $50. Unless it's for a specific occasion that I have to buy it for, not a price I'm likely to match with my own hard-earned-by-my-husband cash.
Except guess what you guys.
I freakin love this shirt.
I talked to Kaitlin. She freakin loves her shirt too.
It's drape-y in a good way. It's modest. It's comfy. It feels good. It looks good.
The only thing it hasn't done is stand the test of time, since we only got them a short while ago.
What to do, what to do.
On the flip side, I bought 4 tops from H&M on a Black Friday sale for $3/piece with free shipping right after having Spencer. Thought they were awesome. After 6 months of wearing them (and washing them in garment bags, and never drying them), they are pilling all over, 2 of them are lopsided and are constantly having to be pulled back over to be balanced around my neck and not show my bra. One was permanently stained within hours of putting it on, and unfortunately I cannot fault the company for that. They need to be thrown away.
How do you balance quality with cost?