We have teamed up with Dress For Success Saskatoon for an amazing promotion!
In the month of February, donate a gently used work appropriate item at
Two Fifty Two Boutique for Dress For Success and receive 15% off of one
new item for yourself!
The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Let’s help improve the lives of all women in Saskatoon!
*Item must be clean, on trend and in good condition for a woman re-entering the work force after facing adversity. Does not apply to Sale items.
One 15% discount for one item donated, does not apply to your entire purchase. Discount to be taken off of the lowest priced item.
Promotion runs from February 1st -28th, 2019. Items can be donated to the Saskatoon or Regina TFT locations for discount.
We will treat your Sweetheart to a Fashion Consultation and a $200 credit for just $150!
This Valentines package may be purchased online (search Valentine) and at Two Fifty Two Boutique.
Saskatoon: 134-1824 McOrmond Dr
Regina: 1850 Hamilton St
Need more information?
Call us! 306 652 2502
Well, as an almost 58-year-old woman I’ve asked myself that question several times! Would my 26-year-old daughter be mortified that we could possibly be wearing the same jeans!?
I guess my answer to this question is… heck no! Why shouldn’t I wear them?! However, styling my distressed jeans, as a middle-aged woman, will and should differ greatly from my daughter. She would pair her jeans with a crop top or tighter graphic tee whereas on me – NO ONE – should ever have to see that! I like to keep my top and footwear super simple. A quiet, solid colored silk blouse with gold hoop earrings and leather ankle boots makes me feel confident enough to “pull off” wearing distressed denim.
I love the way FRAME denim and J. Brand jeans fit my “I gave birth to two kids” hips. Both brands are super comfortable, never saggy, and always flattering in the “bummage’ area.
Be confident, be stylish, and always be yourself.
Stock up, stock stockings or Merry Christmas to yourself!
It only comes around once a year so don’t miss out!
Can’t make it in? Shop online! Use code GIFTCARDPROMO
PLUS, catch our Pop Up Shop at
Just For You Day Spa, 74 33rd St E Saskatoon
Thursday, December 13th 4-8pm
Shop Online and save 20% on your order using code blackfriday18
Shop in Saskatoon and Regina. 50% additional sale is on sale items in store only.
All sales final.
PLUS our friends at Capelli Salon Studio Inc have gift cards to give away to anyone that spends $200 or more! While supplies last, one per customer.
Please join us and bring a friend!
Please join us and bring a friend!
This morning I was standing in my closet staring at all my clothes, frustrated as can be, thinking “I have nothing to wear.” Let’s be real, every once and a while, I think even the most put-together fashionistas just wish someone would tell them what to wear today or how to style that new blouse. A true testament to this is the age-old question “what are you going to wear?” which I personally text to my girlfriends at least once a week. But through my years of fashion trials and errors, I’ve created a few go to looks to wear when I’m lost, that always look stylish and effortless.
My go to outfit for any casual situation is dark jeans and a neutral colored top, some kind of cute statement jacket (this season I recommend a teddy coat!), sneakers, and some dainty and simple jewelry to jazz it all up. My t-shirt is by Vince, my coat is by op ed, my jeans are by Frame, shoes are by ZCD Montreal, and jewelry is Elizabeth Lyn.
I love blazers for work-wear, as they look very chic, with minimal effort. I wear a blazer (like this beautiful Smythe piece in the photo), black dress pants, a basic blouse, and some killer heels. I usually style the colours and fabrics of the outfit around the blazer as that is the focal piece of the outfit, so if you’re rocking a killer red blazer, an all-black ensemble looks great. My blazer is by Smythe, blouse and pants are by Vince, and pumps are DVF.
While this outfit may seem predictable to some, I’m a firm believer that classics are classics for a reason, and you can never go wrong with a little black dress, some drop earrings or a statement necklace, and some funky pumps. My dress is by Iro, my pumps are by Ted Baker, and jewelry is by Elizabeth Lyn.
In sharing these with you, I hope that next time you have no clue what to wear, you can take a little inspiration from me!