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This trendy, soft long sleeve striped tee is now reduced by 70% and is selling for only $7.49. The shirt comes in 3 colors and there are still plenty of sizes left. The shirt is made out of 60% cotton and 40% modal for super soft and relaxed look.
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.
Twins – double the fun, double the trouble! But is it also double the cost?
When I found out we were having twins last year I was overwhelmed with excitement. I couldn't believe it, it seemed like a miracle. However, any parent of a twin will admit that along with the joy comes anxiety when you are expecting not one, but two (or more!) bundles of joy. Will we be able to cope with two? Almost immediately I began to do the math in my head, was it going to cost twice as much?
While there is no doubt that having a baby, let alone multiples, comes with a hefty cost, I was delighted to find surprising ways to save when you're having twins. And while unfortunately I have yet to find any discounts on extra sleep for parents of twins, hopefully this will help ease the stress on your wallet.
One of my best friends just found out she's pregnant, and enlisted
me in helping her find maternity clothes on the cheap. It's
overwhelming when you stop and think about all the stuff you need
for pregnancy, and then for the baby! Luckily, there are ways
you can save money on pretty much everything, and maternity clothes
are no exception. Here's how we saved big bucks on maternity
Every time I turn on the TV, I see previews go out for "Pregnant in Heels," a new show on Bravo TV about Rosie Pope, who is the maternity concierge for the rich and privileged. She takes her expertise of providing high end services to the rich and showcases it on TV.
While ridiculous at times, I do find it fascinating to see what sort of things billion dollar babies have access to. I equally enjoy watching new mothers--very rich mothers--buying everything and trying everything just because they can.
The market for baby products are a multi-billion dollar industry and it's also a constantly growing industry. Every year I go to the biggest event for juvenile products and I can't even get through a quarter of the convention floor before I need to take a long break.
It's just that big.
So exactly what do these babies have access to and how over-the-top are these items. I found five of my favorites that are ridiculously expensive and things that we probably wouldn't buy--or moreso, couldn't afford.