Nordstrom Half Yearly Sale Picks – End of Year 2017

Nordstrom Half Yearly Sale Picks – End of Year 2017

Didn’t get what you want for Christmas? Don’t get made, get shopping.

Best bets for the deepest discounts?  Here’s the best categories to shop.

Cashmere – It may sound boring but make sure you have the basics covered – black, camel, navy, cream – these are the foundation pieces that will act as building blocks for your winter wardrobe. They add warmth without weight and can go with anything from distressed denim to a sequins skirt. Got your basic colors in stock? Go out of your comfort zone and get a color that will flatter you but it way out of your comfort zone. Bright yellow, cobalt blue or a hot pink all will add a jolt of life into your winter grays and blacks.

Coats – The stores want to get rid of the coats and they want to do it now. Expect prices to be slashed as coats are big and bulky in terms of taking up floor space on inventory. Stores need these to get out of the way to make room for resort wear – think bikinis, bathing suits and bright dresses. Again, make sure your basics are covered but by basics I strongly suggest going with a tan, camel or navy over a gray or black. Why? Because our winter wardrobes are sad enough. Banish the doom and gloom by going with an unexpected shade (purple, red, green) or an unexpected neutral like cream or navy. Your coat doesn’t have to match what you have on underneath because most people see you either walking in or around in your jacket or inside with your jacket off. So pick a color that will boost your mood and make you not so bitter about bitter cold.

Formal wear – Black tie event? Cocktail party? Prom dress for your daughter? Look now because many of these styles will still work come April, May and June and will work into your wardrobe for weddings and events this year and years to come. Go for a metallic shade that spans the seasons, or pick a color that you know you look good wearing whether you’re as pale as a pasty white Nun on a beach or as tan as a Kardashian on a yacht. And in this case you can’t go wrong by snagging a steal on a little black dress, it’s an especially good time to find one with sleeves.  One of my other favorites? Jumpsuits! They are fun, flattering, and work on all ages.

Shoes – “Boots with the furrrr……the whole club was lookin’ at herrrr….” – It’s only about to be January so that means at least 3 more months of cold toes and freezing feet. Snap up winter styles now. It’s also a great time to try a different style of boots you may have been thinking about – over the knee and thigh high styles can be bought without breaking the bank. And don’t worry, you won’t look like you are trying to pick up Richard Gere and head back to the Wilshire. Choose a pair in a soft suede with a flat or very low chunkier heel and wear them with tights and a long sweater dress or use them to help transition into your spring dresses by wearing them under the hemline of a floaty floral dress. How are your trusty ankle boots holding up? If you are seeing more than a little wear and tear than grab your favorite style at a discount so you’ll have a fresh pair for next fall. Craving something new? Pick up a pair of ankle boots in a fun color, unique pattern or with metallic details.


Want to shop my picks from the Nordstrom half yearly sale by using this exclusive link:

Password is Suzie.  And hurry! Sale ends January 2nd. 

*Insider Tip – Take 2.

Yes, ordering online can be a pain because figuring out what size you need can be difficult. Save yourself a bit of hassle by order 2 sizes of the same item. Nordstrom has free shipping and free returns so in the end it won’t cost you anything to try both sizes. The return process is so easy that you can print out your return label or even bring the item back to any Nordstrom.

Happy Shopping and Happy New Year!

Thanks for reading!


Your Closet Called…it asked for Fall!

Your Closet Called…it asked for Fall!

Tomorrow is one of my favorite days because it is the annual Girls Shopping Day in Kennett Square, PA.  You can get everything you need for fall, literally from head to toe at Ashely Austin, Chantilly Blue, Houpette and No.109.

Oh and want some help from a personal shopper and stylist? Come find me! I’ll be starting my day at Chantilly Blue and I will up and down the block until the early afternoon. I’m back to mom duty in the evening but if you can stop in for a cocktail they are open till 8pm!

Can’t make it in? Live far away? Call or text me, or any of the stores. We can send you pics and hold aside for you or even mail for you if you are not local. There are too many great things to miss this!

Chantilly Blue…

So I stopped in here yesterday and started screaming. I think this is Lisa’s best fall picks yet! Lots of color! And pieces to give you that polished casual that you can wear every single day.Rocco is Lisa’s rescued love bug and he is adorable. After falling in love with him Lisa wanted to give back to other rescue pups and shelters. Below is a list of some items they need. Oh and for every item you bring in? 20% off an item in the store! Premium denim, made in the USA, fitted on you by the denim whisperer herself and her amazing staff – on sale!!!

Gift card from Wawa, Walmart, Target, or PetSmart. Also, New or gently used dog harnesses (no collars, please ), dog leash, new dog toys, Dog bowls, dog crates, dog beds. Must be either new or in excellent shape. ATTT does the unbelievable by rescuing and rehabilitating dogs who have nothing good to associate with humans. Vet bills are staggering. They astonish. Beginning Thursday, any one item donated get you 20% off any full priced item. Bring one, bring ten, no limit to the donation and the savings.


This suede finish dress below? I’m in love.


Ashley Austin….

Booties and Bags and Baubles!! So. Much. Good. Stuff. If you buy just one type of shoe for fall make sure you have an ankle boot to wear with cuffed denim or with a dress or skirt. It is the essential fall transition shoe! And if you buy suede don’t forget to spray and protect your shoes from the elements so you can keep them looking brand new. Need advice on fit and what flatters? These lovely girls at Ashley Austin know their stock. Let them help you find your perfect pair!




I am kind of obsessed with the Kevyn Aucoin lipsticks…they are amazing! Not sure of the color? No worries – they have experts on hand to make sure you get the color that works for you.


And No. 109….

Leather (faux) leggings? They are for every age and every body – they add an insta cool factor to a fun top or a cozy oversize winter sweater. Definitely my top pick! Craving some fun color or prints? Heather always  makes sure there are plenty of bright options, no matter what season it is!



*Insider Tip – Just Jenny From The Block

If J.Lo should ever find herself in Kennett Square she would be thrilled that she wouldn’t have to wear out her stilletos looking to check off everything on her list. From lockets to lattes, you can find everything you need up and down the same 2 blocks. So park your car and do some shopping. Then drop your bags back at your car and grab some caffeine. Then do some more shopping. Okay now that you have tried on all the clothes you can eat!

These places are small business owned, unique and amazing. Make sure to check them out. In case you can’t tell I really love our small town, and the best part is the amazing people in it. 🙂


After you get over obsessing how perfect the wall color and the wall art is, make sure to enjoy what a truly amazing fresh brew really tastes like.Prepare to be spoiled.


Green Eyed Lady

You know how it would be so cool to raid the jewelry stash of you eccentric and well traveled Great Aunt Linda? Or craving something unique that no one else will have? All of my favorite cuff bracelets are from here. Their laid back vibe makes it the perfect place to peruse. Looking for something very specific? Ask Colleen and she will let you know if they have it or can find it for you.

Photo of Green Eyed Lady - West Chester, PA, United States


Talulah’s Table

You have probably heard of this place…and yes, it’s as good as everyone says. Try their grab and go takeout or sit with a scone and people watch outside. It’s so peaceful you may not want to leave.



Shop Mamie

A new additon to Kennett Square just in the last couple of months, this sweet boutique with a Delaware flagship store is located just around the corner from Talulahs. This is the perfect place for both mothers and daughters to find something fun for fall. Also check out their collection of Scout accessories and some super adorable toddler size clothes to match mom…think matching faux fur vests…Christmas pic card…DONE.


Thank you so much for reading! Make sure to keep our money in our community…shop small and shop local!







A Midsummer Night’s Bad Dream

Have you ever made a decision you were 100% positive about? One that you knew without hesitation was the correct choice? I’m not talking about choosing not to rob a bank over robbing a bank, or choosing the fastest checkout lane at the grocery store. I’m talking about something that was hard, something that was gut wrenching. Before last week I would have said no. Most of my challenging decisions end up being more like 80% sure, with 20% left to look back upon with regret and questions. Last week I made a decision that I was 100% positive about, but it left with me, and my family, with 100% of sadness.



Duke was our first “fur baby.” When he was just a few weeks old, he was placed in our arms right after our wedding rehearsal. You can see the look of utter shock on my face in this picture. Two of my crazier uncles, whom I adore, decided this would be their wedding gift to us. Right there, right outside of the chapel, we became a family, the night before our actual vows. It was terrifying. We were now responsible for something else that was alive besides ourselves. Duke was a beagle, so his favorite activities were eating and sleeping (I can relate) and he did them very well. He was with us through all four of the homes we have lived in as a married couple, always making sure to find the sunniest spot to lay in all of them. In September we will be married for 15 years, so that put Duke about 105 years old in dog years. He was tired. He had lost interest in food and wasn’t walking well. He had always enjoyed car rides with his head out the window, a flurry of thousands of smells filling his senses. Last Thursday I tried to take him for a car ride to cheer him up. Then he looked at me.


He continued to look at me all morning. I mean, intently, look at me, in my eyes. He was asking me, begging me, telling me. It was time. Making that phone call to the vet was one thing, carrying him from the car into the vet was another. It hurt so bad that it did literally feel like all of our guts were being wrenched. It was 6:30 at night and our vet brought us into a small room I had never seen before. Reminding me of a meditation room, peaceful and serene, it looked out over the gorgeous rolling heels and trees. There were a few chairs, a beautiful soft rug, and an ottoman in the center, covered in a fuzzy blanket. This lovely poem was in a frame by the window. I read it quickly, through blurry eyes, but it was perfect. I took a picture of it because I knew I would need to reread it again and again after this time.


The four of us placed our buddy onto this comfy spot, tears flowing and hearts aching. He continued to look at each of us very solemnly, right up until we told him it was okay to let go. This decision broke my heart, and even worse I watched it break the hearts of the rest of my family. But I can tell you, with 100%, it was the right decision. When he looked into my eyes that day I was positive this was the choice he wanted us to make. No one tells you when you get a puppy that their love will leave a permanent paw print on your heart, one that will be bittersweet because their lives are so short compared to humans. The love from a pet is pure, and we were lucky to have that from Duke for 15 years. I’m extremely grateful that during my lifetime this was my most difficult decision, for I am well aware of how lucky I am when comparing to those who’ve  had to make difficult decisions that I can’t even begin to imagine.


Processing his passing has been a challenge. Two weeks ago my doctor sent me the results of a recent blood test. I’m generally not a high energy person, if I was an animal I’d probably be part of the sloth family, or probably a turtle so I could hide if I want to, but recently I felt like I could fall asleep on a table while out to eat at a restaurant. My blood work showed lyme disease, which, in this area of our state, most people have or have had at some point. In fact, last year my blood work had shown an antibody from an older infection. I took a few months worth of antibiotics and just kept through my normal activities. I don’t fully understand lyme and I don’t fully understand the results of the test. I just know that since I started the antibiotics 2 weeks ago I feel like I’ve plunged deeper into a fog, which apparently is a normal part of getting it out of your system. My head hurts and my energy level is ground zero. My brain feels fuzzy and I am mad because I feel like I can’t be the wife, mother, friend, daughter and sister that I want to be. My family needs me right now, including Annie, our other beagle. She is wondering around our home looking for her best friend.



And Suzie Gaffney Styling? I’m in a bit of a panic worrying I have let people down due to my recent distractions. When you run your business, especially a service based business, your reputation is your brand. I know I am on point when I am with clients, working within their wardrobes and being face to face. My love for what I do kicks in and there is a bit of an adrenaline rush that gives me a buzz during the process. It’s when I go home and try to keep up with social media, invoices and administrative work that I start to feel like I failing miserably. Emails, texts, and phone calls, I am afraid of missing a detail. Technology can be a fabulous thing and then other times I fantasize about taking my phone and hurling it off a cliff. Facebook makes sure to remind you of your loser status with notifications letting you know that it’s been one week or more since you have posted. It is not the end of the world to get off the social media train, but it’s easy to get scared that the train is moving ahead quickly and you are getting left behind to be forgotten.


I often struggle with how personal I make this blog. I think I’ve gotten pretty comfortable with putting it all out there, partly because I don’t know how to keep it inside (this can be a problem), and because the feedback I have received regarding personal posts has been positive. What causes me to struggle is that this is supposed to be a fashion and lifestyle blog. The goal was to have readers come here to get some insider tips on where to find the best jeans and what outfit to wear for travel. As a reader my blog posts must appear, in the words of Forest Gump, “like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get.” On the other hand, my entire business is based on getting to know my clients on a deeply personal level. Only when they really open up can I really help to discover their own personal style, and, more importantly, to feel good about themselves. The best way to get people to open up? You need to open yourself up to them.

Maybe it’s wrong but I love getting a look into other people’s lives. I’m curious and fascinated, interested in our similarities and our differences. I think that is what makes Instagram so addicting, it’s a quick peek into someone’s kitchen in the background, a little look at how things are behind the scenes. Maybe its human nature, or maybe I’m just nosy??? I’d like to think that at the end of the day we are all just looking to find ways to relate, to find ways that reassure us that whatever thoughts or feelings we have, we are not alone. I’m grateful for family and friends that hang through me with all these ups and downs. I’ve been known to become a hermit crab and retreat but they are always there for me, okay with letting me hide and knowing when to coax me out. There were lots of tears in between these happy pictures below, and spending time with lots of family under one roof always creates a bit of dysfunctional madness, but the bad only outweighs the good if we allow it. Choosing happiness sometimes take a little extra work, and I need to take more time to put in the effort because it’s well worth it.

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I’m going to continue to write this blog in a way I feel is genuine. Some days I am genuinely excited to talk about shoes, other days I feel shallow in doing so. I believe what we wear is extremely important to what is going on in our lives, it can make things easier or more difficult. When it was time to take Duke to the vet I was grateful to have an old tie dyed maxi dress that is super soft and super comfy. Putting on this dress makes me feel better, and I knew it would feel good for Duke to be held against it. Struggling to find an outfit is not something I want to waste time on when driving our dog to that kind of appointment. Since I haven’t felt well lately comfort is everything when getting dressed. Wide legged linen pants, easy tanks and simple jewelry make me feel pulled together even if I feel like I am falling apart.


*Insider Tip – Clothes For Moods

A weekend away at the beach, with family and friends, was good for us. Packing was easy because I knew I wanted to my clothes to be easy, comfortable and casual. Wide legged pants, comfy tunics, and easy dresses kept things simple. People always talk about having the right clothes for different occasions and events, but no one ever talks about dressing for our different moods. Sometimes it’s not about where your going as much as it is about how you want to feel when you are there. We all have those feel good clothes that we reach for when we are sick, the threadbare t-shirts and comfy sweatpants, they make us feel better and they set the tone, confirming we are in shut down stay in mode. Just as clothes can complement our current moods they can also change it. On days that I feel scattered I have a perfectly pressed blue and white stripe shirt dress. When I put it on, especially when I wear it with my favorite chunky pearl necklace I feel pulled together, at least on the outside. This is where the whole “fake it till you make it” can ring true. When we look a certain way, it can make us feel a certain way. Take the time to take inventory of your clothes and make sure you have all your different emotions covered? A top that makes you feel sexy, a dress that makes you feel confident, pajamas that make you feel relaxed,  a sweater  in your favorite color for when you are grumpy. Your clothes are pretty powerful, they can complement your current mood or it can change it, and that is why I love what I do.

who do you want to be today?:


A Maximum Look For a Minimum Price

A Maximum Look For a Minimum Price

low back maxi

It’s August, I’m hot, I’m sick of my summer clothes and my legs are covered in bug bites from lots of fun nights outside. My secret weapon for this tough time of transition? The Maxi Dress. I could write an entire romance novel devoted to this particular fashion staple. When my mind doesn’t want to put together a complete outfit the maxi dress is a one and done deal. If I’m feeling like I would rather be home in my pajamas than out at a party the maxi dress will play nice with a little jewelry and funky heels and get the job done. Going on a road trip? Throw on a maxi and flip flops for a comfy ride and no sticking to the hot seats. No time to shave your legs and you want to avoid people wandering if you have taken your devotion to Whole Foods just a little too far? The maxi dress will help you out.  My favorite style is cut a little bit looser and with skinny straps. I love this style not just because I can eat in it, but also because I actually think there is something very subtle but still sexy and chic about being a little bit covered up while still showing flashes of skin like beautiful shoulders or an open back. I actually love my own collarbones much better than my knees so I feel super happy in this style.

The Field Day Navy Blue Print Maxi Dress from is perfect for a summer weekend look.

Blogger Karla Deras in the Shareen Bridal

50 Shades Of Style ~ Grey Maxi + White Converse - Style Estate -

ASOS Satin Split Front Maxi Slip

The best part is the maxi dress is the perfect companion to falls transitioning weather patterns. I absolutely love the look of throwing on a denim jacket and cute ankle boots for an insta outfit. If you are super excited for fall you can even swap the denim jacket for a lightweight leather or suede. It’s also fabulous with an amazing scarf. There is nothing better than being cozy and comfy.

Blogger The Fashion Guitar wears a bright yellow maxi dress, matching bag, and denim jacket

a casual long black dress and denim jacket on Amanda Kerr

I actually have a mustard maxi, leopard scarf, a leather jacket & black belt. Idk why I haven't those of putting these items together.

Rachel Zoe in a flowy printed maxi dress with LEATHER if that's not a great example of contrast, I don't know what is.

Feeling too big and baggy? Look for a jacket in a more shrunken and cropped style, so that the bottom falls at the skinniest part of your torso to give you back your shape.

maxi - so cute!

As much as I love black I also love bold jewel tones. I think they are so striking.

Sensual Backless Dresses For 2015 (1)

bright blue maxi dressJ. Crew silk maxi dress in cobalt blue. #JCrew

Want to try the look without breaking the bank? In the midst of the misery known as back to school shopping with my kids I found these beauties on the sale rack.

Women's Matte-Crepe Maxi Dresses | Old NavyWomens Matte-Crepe Maxi Dresses

The best part? Old Navy was having a promotion of 40% of their sale priced merchandise, which made the cost of this dress LESS THAN $7!!! You cannot beat that! While their extra promo sale has passed, they do still have this dress available online for $19.99, with a current offer of an additional 25% off. If you don’t see your exact size online you may want to try your luck in the store as there were many left when I was there.  Fair warning, you may have to DIG through the sales racks as they are not known as the most organized area of the store. Make sure not just to check in your size but all the sizes as they are frequently mixed up. I nabbed the orange color and I have already worn it twice since Sunday, and you can bet you will see me with it on in the fall. I’m thinking gray short suede booties back to my favorite denim jacket and major funky earrings. And I may even use it again for a fall wedding. I love the creation of making a wardrobe item do double duty and this dress  totally works it!

*Insider Tip – Undergarment 411.

Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface

I really wish I could pull of that whole look of Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface but mother nature had other plans for me. I went through a love/hate relationship with anything that had spaghetti style straps because I could not find a strapless bra to be friends with. Then I found the Stunning Support style from Soma. Hallelujah! This bra lifts up and separates, without giving you that “My cups runneth over” look that just doesn’t work in a slip dress style, and the sides are wide and supportive, with a no slip band. Unfortunately this means that I have to Know my limits and steer clear of the low open back style dresses. If you don’t need all the support up top but you’d like to avoid letting everyone around you knowing when it becomes cold, try these cover ups from Hollywood Fashion Secrets. As for the bottom half you want smooth and seamless, with a vanishing edge. These microfiber boy shorts will do the trick.

Thanks again for reading and enjoy these last few weeks of summer!


The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale – My $100 and Under Picks

There are some things in life we just need help navigating. For me, it’s the grocery store, or as I like to call it, the seventh circle of hell. Some people have a basic knowledge of food whereas I have absolutely none. I’d like to blame it on my failure to thrive in my middle-school home ec class but in all honesty I have never taken the time to educate myself. I’m working on it but I still require assistance. I ran into my friend Beth in the grocery store the other day. I lamented my disdain for having to figure out what to feed my family for dinner. She said she was making BLT sandwiches for dinner. I thought this was brilliant and probably something I could handle, 3 ingredients, plus bread, I got this! When our paths crossed again in the store I even asked her to double-check that I had everything I needed. She very politely asked if I wanted to use cabbage instead of lettuce in my sandwich. Seeing the glazed over look of confusion on my face she delicately  pointed out that I had grabbed a head of cabbage instead of lettuce. Whoops, my bad. She took me over to show me a proper head of lettuce. Thank goodness Beth is a nice person and didn’t flat-out ask me if I had been dropped on my head as a child. She also happens to have taught both of my kids in the 3rd grade, so I am sure she is now putting together all of the pieces of why my children had the same thing for lunch the entire year. I told you, I’m in dire need of help when it comes to food.

Sometimes my clients get embarrassed if they need clarification. The new clients feel awkward telling me that they need very specific instructions for accessorizing an outfit, while some of my longer term clients feel like they should have learned by now. Trust me, I get it!! First off I am never judgemental and secondly, I don’t know that cooking and I will ever be friends. If I won the lottery I would hire a full-time cook. I wouldn’t feel bad about not knowing how to prepare a meal, I would feel grateful I had someone to do it for me. I think in life we sometimes feel like we have to become jack of all trades and that’s just not fair. I have clients who have 5 children, clients who travel for work 3 weeks a month and I have clients who would rather do other things with their time than shop. I think the older we get the more it makes sense to outsource what we don’t like to do, what we don’t know how to do, or what we simply don’t have time to do.  Once we have completed rounding ourselves out through schooling I think it is fine to narrow down what we are good at and focus on creating our own course list of what we want to learn more about. So really, truly, I don’t expect any of my clients to have to learn everything about getting dressed. That’s what I am here for!

So without further adieu, I wanted to break down the annual Nordstrom Anniversary Sale into one simplified shopping list. As a bonus I decided to only include items priced at $100 or under. This sale is huge because instead of marking down summer items, they discount the brand new fall  arrivals. There are very few stores that offer this kind of opportunity. But when it is still 1,000 degrees outside it is hard to think what you will need in November. When it comes to great sales I believe in buying some discounted basics but also for updating with some current trends. All you have to do is click and shop, as easy as picking up the items for a recipe!

1. Little Black Jacket (L.B.J.)

An essential for work or roll up the sleeves and put over a tank with jeans.

One-Button Suit Jacket (Regular & Petite)

2. Perfect White Shirt

This tunic length can be tucked in or left out long.

'Perfect' Roll Tab Sleeve Tunic (Juniors)

3. A Statement Coat

Beautiful fall colors to wear anywhere.


4. Cashmere Sweater

The slouchy v neck style feels like a sweatshirt but goes with everything.

V-Neck Cashmere Tunic Sweater (Regular & Petite)

5. Oversize Wrap

Perfect for outdoor fall events. Can be dressed up with leggings and boots.

Plaid Blanket Poncho (Juniors) (Online Only)

6. Stylish Sneaker

When you need comfort throw these on with the cashmere tunic sweater and leggings.

'Internationalist' Sneaker (Women) (Regular Retail Price: $85.00)

7. Black Faux Leather Pant

Every age can wear these pants. Pair with a cashmere tunic sweater for extra coverage.

Faux Leather Skinny Pants (Online Only)

8. Floral jumpsuit

Wear now for late summer events and later with a crop jacket.

Floral High Neck Wide Leg Jumpsuit (Nordstrom Exclusive)

9. Suede Fringe Jacket

Wear with a simple white t-shirt and a skinny pant so you don’t od the boho look.

Fringe Faux Suede Jacket

10. Long sleeve multi-tasking dress.

This dress is a no brainer. It comes in black, navy or cobalt blue. It can take you from a wedding to a funeral (hopefully not in that order) . It has super flattering ruching around the sides and middle and oh yeah…sleeves!!

Side Ruched Jersey Body-Con Dress

All 10 items above are under $100! But make sure to act quickly, the sale is over July 31st. The items may still be there but their prices will go back up.

And just above budget…

Grid Print Ponte Fit & Flare Dress (Regular & Petite)

At $104.90 this dress didn’t make my above cut but it was way too cute to leave out!! I love the detail on the back at the waist. I also love that it is available in petite sizes as well. It’s made in a great stretch but substantial ponte knit and works well into fall with tights.

Eliza J Grid Print Ponte Fit & Flare Dress (Regular & Petite) | Nordstrom

Eliza J Grid Print Ponte Fit & Flare Dress (Regular & Petite) | Nordstrom

Want even more suggestions? Check out my Pinterest Board titled Nordstrom. Not everything pinned is under $100 but there are some fabulous deals to be had.

*Insider Tip – Make It Personal

No shopping list is universal. If you want one tailored just for you and your budget let me know! I’m happy to prepare a Pinterest board or personalized just for you. You’ll never even have to leave the house and you can try everything on at home. We can chat by phone regarding your needs and I’ll send your list! Send me an email at or give me a call 610.517.2983 for details and pricing.

Thanks for reading!