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According to the National Retail Federation, the average family with school-age children will spend an average of $230.85 on fall sweaters, denim and other chic pieces of attire. Wondering how you can spend less? Here are 6 tips that will save you some cash:
1. Take Inventory - Before you ever head out shopping, the first thing to do is evaluate your children's current clothing and consider what you have and what you need. Check what still fits and if you have any hand me down clothing from other children. This will cut down on the number of items on your to-buy list. You can then allocate your clothing budget across the remaining items you need to purchase.
Kids grow out of their clothes way too fast! And buying new clothes
for your kids all the time can be quite expensive and unrealistic.
By being a little creative and strategic, you can save money while
keeping your children clothed. Here are 10 ways that you can save
money on summer clothes for your kids:
1. Alter winter clothing to create summer clothes for your
kids. Turn jeans that are getting a little short into
cutoffs or capris. Pair a dress that is getting too short with
leggings and the dress becomes a baby doll top. Remove the fleece
lining from winter pants and wear them through the summer.
at 6:33AM, 11 months ago |
Money Saving Tips
When I decide to de-clutter, t-shirts are always one of the items
that I donate the most. My husband's white undershirts, no
matter how I wash them, seem to get dingy in six months.
Instead of donating them all to our local Goodwill, I decided that
I would try to re-purpose them and make them into items I could use
around my house.
By MrsMoneyGuest Blogger
at 10:56AM, 3 years ago |
When I received Brush with Genius courtesy of University Games for review, I knew my daughter would be the coolest kid in preschool. After five failed attempts at trying to impress her friends on "Share a Toy" day, I knew this would be THE toy that would do the job. Just like its name, the idea is pretty genius and I couldn't wait to test it out.