Sales may seem like a hassle but especially at major times of years– and often it’s even specific retailers– it’s worth the time and effort to make sure you hit the stores online and in real brick and mortar stores to actually find the best things to snag at bargain prices.
If you subscribe to store emails, they will often give you special discounts or codes for extra savings– which is worth the time and dinero so that you can save the most bucks and get best fashion scores. Watch this video to see what I mean.
Shoppping is my big thrill but I hate to shop in stores. So before I actually hit a store, I see what’s online on sale and maybe call the store to see if they have what it is I am seeking– because you never know about extra special discounts.
Can you believe that I got $187.00 worth of clothing for just over $40? REALLY! It’s true. It’s amazing and it’s worth finding your favorite places to shop and subscribing to their newsletters and even get their charge card. Also check out vintage stores and some discount stores that have a ceiling on their prices. You won’t find something everytime you go to those types of stores, but when you do– as in my little pink lace mini dress that looks like a $200 dress- you will find something that you adore for seriously little money.
I will have more clothing videos to show you bargains on shoes, suits and dresses so that you can learn to score better deals and get a stellar wardrobe little money!
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