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What to Buy at Tuckernuck

I adore Tuckernuck. It’s the only site I can scroll, and I want to put everything in my cart.

They rarely have sales, and I could be wrong, but this might be the first time they have a site-wide sale rather than just a few select pieces.

Today, use the code CHEERS and take 20% off your order; if you spend $500 +, it goes to 25%, or $1000 and get 30% off.

Spending here is easy for me, so the savings add up.

A few things to know.

One of the reasons I like Tuckernuck so much is the range of price points. Some items are affordable; some are wildly expensive but gorgeous and fun to look at for inspiration.

They have their own label (Tuckernuck) and carry a lovely inventory of other brands.

I love their tops, sweaters, and outerwear. I also have a lot of their jewelry. I buy unique pieces and then use Amazon for less expensive dupes.

I don’t buy or feature their bottoms because you can find the same, if not better, options in other places. For example, you’ll see they use a lot of basic black slim-lined pants – get them at Spanx instead for a bit less and an inclusive size range.

And speaking of the size range, they are improving, with many pieces going to an XXXL. I wear between a medium and a large. Size up if you are between. 

Please note, prices below are BEFORE the discount.

LOOK BY M Exclusive Black Turtleneck Soft Sweater, $98: Available in black, grey and taupe, this is like turtleneck/slim poncho. Love how they styled it over a white collar shirt and slim bottoms. You can also wear it on its own.

Red Carlota Peplum Blouse, $98: I ordered this for the dozen different commitments on the calendar. With slim jeans, boots and statement earrings it’s an easy but festive top that you can wear after the holidays are over too.

POMANDER PLACE White Vesty Puff Short Sleeve Crewneck, $68: If you’re like me an always on the look out for a simple top with a bit of a twist, I highly recommend this crewneck tee with a twisty puff sleeve. Available in white, black, tan and navy in sizes XS -XXXL.

Olive Ralph Jacket, $148: I bought this jacket in brown a few years ago and it is by far one of my favorite pieces. I am constantly complimented on it. I might just order it in olive too. Available in XXS – XXXL, I took the medium.

Black Velvet Finley Flutter Sleeve Top, $128: I just ordered this last week and happily paid full price. We host a Christmas Day/Night party and I thought it would be ideal to be dressed up but still be able to get things out of the oven and run around. Available in XS – XXXL. I took the medium.

Pearl Cluster Earrings, $48 I also bought these oversized pearl cluster earrings to elevate a simple black turtleneck.

Tortoise Jane Studs, $48 And these tortoise and gold tone studs because I think they are gorgeous. Be sure to look at the images of these on the model to get a since of scale. They are large.

Emilia Wax Fur Reversible Vest, $298: This reversible vest is currently in my cart. Styled over a cream sweater or turtleneck with jeans and boots … so chic and cozy. In XXS -XXL.

DAVID AND YOUNG Exclusive Cream Tartan Ruana Poncho, $68: I have this print in a scarf and it honestly makes you look and feel like the main character of a Hallmark Christmas Movie. The poncho is a nice piece if you live someplace mild OR you can wrap it around you coat.

HYACINTH HOUSE Black Tulle Sleeve Darby Blouse, $98: I bought this blouse last week too to pair with my favorite coated jeans. It feels really special and the sleeves make my waist look tiny. This is selling out fast.

TUCKERNUCK Black Sophia Sweater, $298. Finally, I’m taking advantage of the discount and splurging on this 100% wool sweater. I’ll wear it with leggings an skinny jeans – yes skinny jeans, I don’t care. 😉

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Megan Kristel

Megan Kristel is an entrepreneur, working mom, and former personal stylist. Tired of the one-dimensional portrayal of women online, she founded The Well Dressed Life as a resource for other professional women.

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