Belk Charity Day: Event to CELEBRATE

Belk embodies modern.southern.style – it is the homegrown southern department store that has been providing top of the line style since 1888.  While I rarely dish the dirt on big sales, I have to boast about Charity Day.

On May 2nd from 6 a.m. to noon – Belk is having its semi-annual Charity Day sale – the sale raises millions of dollars annually for non-profits while saving consumers $$$

Most major brands will be 20%-25% off including Ralph Lauren, POLO, Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer and so much more.

The sale is busier than Black Friday – so if you are like me and want to avoid the crowd I recommend doing a pre-sale.

What is a pre-sale?  A pre-sale allows you to pick out everything you want in advance of the sale, it is placed on hold and charged to your account the day of the event….you can sleep in and not miss out of the savings.

Don’t live near a Belk – no worries – they have a great online website ideal for all of your shopping needs – or you can always call a store and have them ship the items to your house.  I continued to shop Belk even when I lived in Montana.

Karen Kane Full Spectrum Scuba DressGeometric shapes and bold prints are all the rage this season – I love this Karen Kane dress – it is Made in the USA and a style you can dress up, down and in between

Karen Kane Pull On Printed PantCalvin Klein Flyaway JacketCalvin Klein flyaway jacket

Printed pants are popping up everywhere – I must admit I wasn’t a huge fan at first but I’m warming to the trend – this Karen Kane pattern would look great with a silk sleeveless cream top and royal blue jacket (denim anyone?)

Jack Rogers shoes included in CHARITY DAY

Jack Rogers Hamptons Navajo Sandal

Charity Day is the main time I shop because the deals are so spectacular – and the fashions this season have a lot of color and style.  The best part is that the sale actually gives back to local non-profits – including The United Way and local education.

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