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4 Trendy Items I've Been Drooling Over This March

Mind is high maintenance, pockets are low maintenance.

While March is coming to a close, there are a few things my 'high maintenance alter-ego' has been eyeing. Knowing good and well that money doesn't grow on trees and learning to spend my money wisely, I have put off from splurging on a few high end items that have caught my eye this month. While I do believe in treating yourself every once in awhile, I have learned that saving is more practical at the end of the day.
Although I have yet to purchase any of these items, I won't lie and say that I haven't been itching to do so. At the end of the day, it's all about what's most logical and right now -- my pockets are saying otherwise. Despite deciding to save at the moment, I thought I would share the few items below. If you happen to be interested in the pieces that had my heart fluttering this month, keep scrolling.

Louis Vuitton 6 Key Holder

If you're like me and happen to have more than one key, you're probably prone to losing them often. When I laid eyes on this baby, I just knew it was too good to be true. While I'm not much of a traditional LV girl, this key holder was simple, chic and classic. What more can a girl want, right?
[get yours here]

Prada PR 11RV Eyeglasses

I wore glasses for thirteen long years of my life when it wasn't considered 'cool'. Now that glasses have become more of a fashion statement and my eyes are beginning to revert, I have been looking for a simple yet fashionable pair. These pale pink tortoise Prada glasses immediately spoke to me on so many levels and while I want to invest, I know that I can find a similar pair for a much more affordable price.
[get yours here]

Raya Mohair Dull Jade Green

This is the perfect sweater to throw on during those chilly spring nights and let's not forget to mention the gorgeous mint color.
[get yours here]

Fit Bit Surge

Since I've been back in the gym trying to get it right and tight, I've been strongly considering investing in a fit bit. While it's much more affordable than an Apple watch, the price still baffles me. I know how amazing this product happens to be based on reviews, but it's taking everything in me to muster up the courage and invest.
[get yours here]

Are there are currents wants you have in mind that you're just not in the market to splurge on at the moment?

Leave a comment below.
i wish i could. if i was draped in benjamins, then yes I would. @jordanhamilton
Louboutins and a Michael korrs bag and prada shades
That green sweater is gorgeous and would look so good on you! I am always in love with Christian louboutin shoes, a constant want!
Haha "draped in Benjamin's" you're the best! At least I know that you would if you could 😂😂😂 @marshalledgar
Okay Mister expensive taste! You gonna sponsor me? Lol @marshalledgar
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