I don't know about you guys but I have recently rediscovered JC Penney. Aaaaand, I am pretty stoked about it. My Mom used to order from the JC Penney Catalog back in the day, which was triple the size of phone books with everything from pool tables to bedding back to slippers in it's pages. I can remember going through the toy section and earmarking the pages so my Mom would know which ones she could/should get us for Christmas. In any event, the years went by and I never bothered to shop for anything at JC Penney again because I had it in my head that I couldn't find anything there. When you are growing up, it's all about what's the cool place to shop and what brand name you can be seen wearing (ex: girls clad in Abercrombie, ugh). While that is still somewhat relevant to me ( I like nice things, OK?), I do love getting a good deal and on trend. This is where JC Penney came back into my life.
I was meeting my friend and her kids at the movies but she first needed to stop at JC Penney (or JCP for short) to get the kids some snow pants before the season starts.Snow pants, ha.... but when I walked into JCP, I was met with, GASP! a Sephora inside! What? How did I not know this happened? Also, while perusing snow pants, which are a necessity here in the Northeast, there were also awesome options for teenagers and adults. I didn't have time to shop that day, but I brought the future MIL back a couple weeks later and we stocked up on some goodies and at a great deal!
|MNG by Mango Peplum Skirt, $45, Worthington Belted Skirt, $27, Allen B. Faux Leather Mini Skirt, $25|
|JCP Cap Sleeve Dress, $40, Worthington® Ruffle-Front Belted Dress, $35, Bisou Bisou Belted Dress, $40|
Have you shopped at JC Penney recently? Don't you think you should give them a try?
*and no, JC Penney did not ask me to post this :-)