We’ve been huge fans of I Heart Ronson, designer Charlotte Ronson‘s junior’s line for JCPenney, since 2008 because it features really cute clothes at affordable prices. The spring collection, slated to arrive in JCPenney stores in February, doesn’t disappoint. There are several sweet dresses and shorts that will fit right in with the basics in your wardrobe already. Look past the over-styling in the I Heart Ronson spring lookbook and you’ll see what I mean. I’m especially in love with the white shirtdress after the jump because it will be perfect on a late spring day. Plus, most of the I Heart Ronson fashions eventually go on sale, making many of the garments less than $30. Check out two more looks after the jump. [The Fabulous Report] Keep reading »
This Thursday, JCPenney is hosting an online wedding registry party, in which engaged couples and friends and family of engaged couples can speak to a registry expert and see demonstrations of KitchenAid, Cusinart, and Mikasa products. The party lasts from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30pm CT (8:30 – 9:30pm ET). JCPenney will also award 10 prizes every 10 minutes during the hour-long party. Also, all guests of the online shindig will receive a $10 discount coupon to be used on any $25 or more home purchase. Space is limited, so you need to sign up now. [JCPenney Online Wedding Registry Party] Keep reading »
There has been a lot of buzz for JCPenney and Mango’s collaboration called MNG by Mango because the Spanish brand is known for its affordable runway fashions. MNG by Mango will offer customers a shop-within-a-shop experience that’s more in line with a small boutique than a major department store. But for those that like to do their shopping from their desks, MNG by Mango is also available at JCPenney’s website. I took a look and instantly fell in love with several of the clothes. Check out what’s on my fall wish list and let me know what you like also. Keep reading »
Last week, we asked you to pick the American Living look that was made for your American lifestyle. Many of you recognized the casual and comfortable qualities of JCPenney’s American Living brand just from the photos, and one of you enjoyed the contest so much that you wrote a poem about it. But there could only be one winner. And she is … TreeseReese for this comment, which paints a complete picture of her American living:
“When I think of American Living, I picture a picnic on the 4th of July. In a lush green park with the famous red checkered table cloth adorning the old wooden picnic table, juicy hamburgers sizzling on the grill and the sound of children playing in the background.
Although the fifth outfit seems to be the most appropriate for the holiday (patriotic), the second fits right into my picture. The light colors of number two will keep you cool during the heat of the day and the capris will keep the evening chill off while watching fireworks. Look number two also has sensible flats so you can join in on a game of tag or catch some fireflies.
Out of all the looks, I would definitely wear number 2, I love the pattern on the top and the peach capris would make my summer tan stand out. Are these looks already for sale”
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While we love to accessorize our outfits, sometimes we get a little lazy and just keep the same necklace on for weeks. But as long as the piece is something like this One Kiss by Cindy Crawford necklace, wearing it for days on end wouldn’t be a problem at all. The necklace features various colorful gems — citrine, garnet, and lemon quartz — so it goes with everything, meaning we can be negligent accessorizers and still look polished.
WIN THIS! We’re giving away a One Kiss By Cindy Crawford necklace provided by JCPenney, but you have to work if you want it. In the comments, tell us the story of your first kiss (abridged versions, please) by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, May 27. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner Friday, May 28. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. (Read the official rules.) Good luck!
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A couple weeks ago, JCPenney presented its spring and summer clothes at a fashion show, and after seeing a ruffled pink dress with an expensive Lanvin feel, I thought, “I must have that!” But when I looked at the Allen B. by Allen Schwartz dress on JCPenney’s website (on sale for $49.99), I couldn’t believe it was the same dress. Keep reading »