With Easter coming up this weekend and graduations and spring weddings on the horizon, I’ve been getting a lot of requests for dresses that are appropriate for these events, so I’m excited to partner with T.J.Maxx to talk about shopping their new eCommerce site, tjmaxx.com, for spring dresses under $100.
I don’t know about you, but when I shop for a dress for a specific occasion, I know I may not wear it more than once or twice, so while I want to look my best, I don’t want to break the bank. That makes off-price retailers like T.J.Maxx the perfect place to shop for these events.
For anyone who isn’t familiar with T.J.Maxx, it’s an off-price retailer where you can find amazing values on brand-name fashions. I actually was invited to their headquarters in the suburbs of Boston a few years ago on a press trip, and I learned all about their business model and how they’re able to provide on-trend styles and great quality at amazing prices.
Contrary to what some may think, they aren’t stocking second quality or last season’s styles. Because every store carries different products and every item isn’t stocked in every size, they aren’t limited by the inventory requirements that other stores are. This is how they’re able to buy up the leftovers and offer them at greatly reduced prices. Their eComm site uses the same model to provide quality products at a great price.
As online shopping options have grown over the past few years, I haven’t been shopping at T.J.Maxx as much as I used to, so I was thrilled to find out that now I can shop their amazing bargains online. T.J.Maxx has a robust eCommerce site with 100s of new arrivals each week and free shipping on orders over $89. That’s right, the treasure hunt is now available 24/7/365!
When I went online to shop for this post, I went right to The Runway section. The Runway is T.J.Maxx’s designer section, and it isn’t available at all brick and mortar T.J.Maxx stores, but it is available online. This is another benefit to shopping T.J.Maxx online — you have access to a much larger selection of products than you do when you shop in-store.
With 100s of new arrivals each week, the inventory at T.J.Maxx fluctuates constantly, so just like when you shop in their stores, you’ll want to check out their website often to see what’s new.
I was delighted to find so many adorable dresses by high-end designers at amazing prices. I ordered 6 or 8 dresses to try, and I settled on this striped sheath for only $39.99. It’s perfect for dressy spring events or church on Easter Sunday. In fact, I wore it to church last weekend with a long black cardigan and black pumps.
For today’s post, I styled this black and white dress with black patent strappy sandals and a fun yellow bag for a pop of color. I tried on nude shoes, but I like how the black coordinate with the dress.
I also ordered this yellow crossbody bag at T.J.Maxx. It is gone now, but they have a large selection of handbags at all price points, and if you want to narrow your search down to designer brands, you can click on The Runway tab under the Handbag section.
I accessorized with gold chandelier earrings and a gold cuff bracelet. You can peruse the jewelry section at tjmaxx.com to find similar styles. They allow you to drill down by type or jewelry as well as color and price point to help narrow your search if you have something particular in mind.
If you have a dressy occasion coming up, T.J.Maxx has a ton of cute spring dresses under $100. I also really like this white lace shift, this bright pink ruffled cocktail dress, this gorgeous pool blue sheath, and this little floral number.
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