Urban Outfitters Dress c/o Clothes Mentor East Norriton | OTK Boots, old | Crossbody, old | Hat, old

I'm sorry in advance for all the outfits you'll see that feature dresses, OTK boots, sweaters or any combo of the above.  It's pretty much a go-to for me starting in September.  Now that it's officially fall, I'm now on a mission to get all the long-sleeved dresses, chunky sweaters and boots that I can find.

This dress, which definitely fits the bill, is from Urban Outfitters.  I found it at my local Clothes Mentor, a women's resale store with over 100 stores across the country.  Everything found in store is in new or good used condition, many are even new with tags.  This UO dress was new with tags and was a fraction of the price ($16 instead of $69.)

Clothes Mentor recently challenged me to see how many items I could find for $100.  I am the queen of bargain finds, so I quickly accepted this mission.  The Urban dress is the first piece I laid eyes on, and knew immediately it had to come home with me (long sleeves + floral print is a match made in heaven!)  Keep reading to find out what I got!

I loved the selection of items they had - there's something for everyone.  I'm a dress girl, so I found so many dress that I wanted to take home with me.  There was a pretty robust pants selection, and numerous tops as well.  I found an embroidered Voom By Joy Han top (a brand that I had been wanting to check out) that I obviously couldn't wait to wear!

Voom by Joy Han Top c/o Clothes Mentor East Norriton

I was excited to find some of my favorite brands like Free People, Lauren Conrad, J Crew, Lilly Pulitzer there along with many others.  The shoes and accessories selection aren't large, but there is a decent amount of items to browse through.  In my opinion, the true value comes in the racks of clothes!

In addition to making a purchase, I brought along some clothes to try to sell.  In the end, they only took one piece because many of my clothes were juniors brand (who knew?!)  The team was great at explaining what they take and why certain pieces aren't accepted so I'm ready for the my next sale.

Are you wondering what I got for $100?  I got 6 dresses, a top and a bag for $115 (there was a bag I wanted so I spent a little more) and I got a free pair of sunglasses as part of a promotion they were having.  Pro Tip: Sign up for their email list to be notified of future sales, they are worth it!

I had never shopped at Clothes Mentor before, but now I cannot wait to go back to see what else I find for fall. And don't forget to keep an eye on my Insta to see more pieces I scored at during my shopping trip.

Thank you to Clothes Mentor of East Norriton for partnering me with for this post.  All opinions shared above are my own.