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Your Favorite Things From This Summer – Clothing Edition

Your Favorite Things From Summer 2020: Clothing Edition

Ever wonder what products mentioned on this blog are the most popular? One of my favorite things about blogging is doing a deep dive into my analytics at the end of each month to see what’s resonating with you, and I thought I might share with you all going forward!

I love to see what you all are buying and loving each month so I combed through this summer’s hits and bestsellers and these are the products at the top of the heap.

Stick around this week because I’ll also be featuring your favorite items from this summer in the hair, beauty, home, and fitness categories!

Your Favorite Things From Summer 2020: Clothing Edition

Your Favorite Things From Summer 2020: Clothing Edition

Summer’s Top 5 Bestsellers

High-Waisted Yoga Leggings

Given we’re in the midst of a pandemic, it’s no shocker that you all bought lots and lots of these High-Waisted Yoga Leggings! And why not? They feel almost exactly like Lululemon Align leggings for a fraction of the cost.

Outerknown S.E.A. Jumpsuit

I’ve got it in gray, I’ve got it in red, this Outerknown Jumpsuit has been my go-to this summer and will carry on into Fall.

Tie-Dye Sweatshirt

Oh my goodness did you all love this tie-dye sweatshirt. And what’s not to love? It’s adorable and I wear mine all the time.

Chunky Knit Sweater

Temps are  s l o w l y  dropping around here and I can’t wait to wear this sweater. Apparently I’m not the only one that pulled the trigger on this fall sweater while it was still hot.

Running Shorts

I can’t get myself to spend more than 30 bucks on running shorts and these shorts totally fit the bill! You can’t beat $23.99, folks.

Other Bestsellers This Summer

Emerson Fry Caftan  – I will say I was pleasantly surprised at how much you all love Emerson Fry too. I’ve been wearing this brand for a decade!

Lace T-Back Bra – Great bra to wear with…

Cotton Racerback Tank – This tank!

Ariel Gordon Jewelry Satellite Chain – I wear it every single day. Can’t remember the last time I took it off.

Racerback Maxi Dress – This got lots of play around the house this summer.

Puff Sleeve Top – What a deal! You all jumped on this one!

Bubble Knit Top – I throw this on all the time when I’m chilled…it’s like a sweatshirt but chicer.

Crop Workout Top – Full review in this video.

Flat Brim Fedora – Great quality for an even better price.

Cotton Tagless Undies for Kids – My daughter has sensory issues and loves these. Seems like many of you have the same issue in your home!

Vegan Tote Bag – Still can’t get over the price. AND the reviews.

Emerson Fry Short Caftan – Once again, Emerson Fry FTW.

P.S. – Your summer favorites: hair edition is coming tomorrow!

 

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  • Amanda

    September 15, 2020 at 10:56 pm Reply

    Hi Sarah, this is a really cool feature, thanks for sharing! I’m curious about something and hope you might be willing to share your perspective. Given your interest in social justice and ethical products, I’m surprised that you continue to feature products from Amazon, for a variety of reasons around their practices. What are your thoughts on that?

  • whoorl

    September 16, 2020 at 7:51 am Reply

    Hi Amanda, thanks for your question! Amazon is an affiliate partner of mine and although I understand where you are coming from, the fact of the matter is that people (especially right now) are looking for affordable items when they shop. In fact, when doing the research for this blog post, it was very eye-opening. While I cap my Amazon links at 20% of all affiliate links I post across this blog and social media, Amazon links are by far the most purchased links I share. (Despite sharing 80% of links that aren’t associated with Amazon.)

    Additionally, I frequently receive comments that my more expensive (Organic, ethical, and/or small business) links are too expensive and how dare I include them during a time of financial instability. So as you can see, it’s very hard to keep everyone across all socio-economic levels content. So at this point, I will continue to share a mix of both.

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