Clothing


“Never use the word “cheap”. Today everybody can look chic in inexpensive clothes (the rich buy them too). There is good clothing design on every level today. You can be the chicest thing in the world in a T-shirt and jeans — it’s up to you.”
Karl Lagerfeld








How to save money on clothes




Before going to an outlet mall visit their websites first to find coupons for deeper discounts: www.premiumoutlets.com , www.tangeroutlet.com

Find terrific discounts of 35 to 70 percent at www.sierratradingpost.com on name brand outerwear, boots, shoes, sandals and sleepwear; also clothing for hiking, biking and camping.

The home page at www.landsend.com has a section called “overstocks” with serious bargains on men’s, women’s and children’s overstocked and not so perfect merchandise.

For all your knit and crocket needs get up to 75% off retail name brands at www.smileysyarns.com

Make money shopping. Mystery shoppers earn $25-$50 per project for sharing their shopping experience with company executives. Visit www.mysteryshop.org for more information or go to www.volition.com where mystery shoppers go to find work, ask questions and chat. Also check Smiley University which is an online school for mystery shoppers at www.aboutfacecorp.com

Log on to www.thebudgetfashionista.com for tips on how to save on clothing, accessories and more. Check on wallet friendly retailers like www.marshallsonline.com for great deals on designer name brands.

  Sell or trade in everything from coats and jeans and accessories at www.swapstyle.com

 Buy second hand goods at stores run by hospitals, churches and other charities which tend to be lower price and of better quality that for profit shops. Log on to www.thethriftshopper.com and enter your zip code for a list of charity run shops in your area.


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