Behind The Scenes With Le Jolie

A few weeks ago, I discovered the website Le Jolie through one of my lovely Twitter friends, Sarah Winchester. I saw her tweeting all about it and this fashionista needed to know the scoop. ;-) Le Jolie  is an online boutique with accompanying designer event sales offering top fashion trends for men, women and children, as well as accessories and clothing at a fraction of the cost. Where else can you get designer items like House of Harlow, Belle Noel , Chloe and Ferragamo at an affordable rate? Talk about a great deal on labels! What I really like about Le Jolie is not only the fact that some of the couture items like Hermes, are marked as “gently loved,” is that all items (both new & gently used) are available on a payment plan for those shoppers on a budget. It really makes it affordable to purchase & enjoy high-end items that  one normally might not be able to. They also have their own clothing, watch & jewelry collection, labeled “Le Jolie Boutique.” Oh and did I mention that they also carry Missoni…..major fashion score!

Le Jolie also offers rotating sale events which run for 7 days, offering new selections every Friday! Now that’s a TGIF event I can get into! What’s the catch you’re thinking? There is none! There is no fee to be a member and enjoy their wonderful sales – simply enter your e-mail address and select a password. As fast as you can say Chanel, you immediately become a member with access to all of Le Jolie’s sales including a  membership in their Red Carpet Rewards Loyalty program. There really is something for everyone, and you could spend hours checking out all the great deals!

Le Jolie is very active on social media, always Tweeting & Instagramming with their followers and you can connect with them today on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter. Get out those credit cards and start shopping at Enjoy fashion within reach today at Le Jolie! Check out my fav picks below ~ Happy weekend everyone! xo



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