Thank you BJ’s Wholesale Club for sponsoring this post.
If an outfit is coming from my closet, it’s most likely going to be comfy. But that doesn’t mean that the outfit is boring or too casual. One way I’ve found to dress up any casual outfit is to play with color, texture and material. I’ve never done a head-to-toe, all white outfit and I knew that this summer would be a great time to try. It totally fits the aesthetic, as the kids say these days.
To keep with the monochrome color trend, I found these linen shorts at BJ’s Wholesale Club for less than $30. They had a few different colors, but of course I was going for an all-white look so I scooped this color up. It was amazing to find so many quality designers at BJ’s; Prices were at least 50% or more off original prices, so if you’re shopping for the family (yourself, your significant other, or your kids) you’ll have no problem finding lots of things in your budget. I was especially impressed by their workout section! I even got a trendy bathing suit; they had so many styles and so many cover-ups.
One thing I love about the convenience of BJ’s is that you can order online, order online for in-store pick-up and save all of your coupons on the app before you go into the store. I hate cutting coupons; in fact, I don’t do it. If I have to cut a coupon out of a sheet of paper and remember to take it with me to the store, there’s no way I’m going to use it. BJ’s also has coupon books in the store so you can tear them off while you’re there if you’re old school like that. BJ’s accepts all manufacturer’s coupons, too!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.