For many of us the holiday season is a time of parties. And, of course, parties mean dressing up. For day three of the Twelve Days of Giveaways, we have a prize package that will help you add some festive flair to your wardrobe.
When it comes to finding shoes for my four year-old, I have to say I'm very picky. They have to be comfy, light, flexible, made from natural materials and, of course, be super cute. I'm a big fan of quality kids shoes like Naturino, Garvalin, Primigi, Stride Rite and Pediped, but their prices can be unreasonable.
So, how can we afford good shoes for our kids without braking the bank? Well, luckily I know how to find great deals and I have to say I always find quality shoes for less.
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This time of year is hard for a woman's wardrobe--one day it's so warm you could wear sandals, the next day you need to pull out your boots and parka. After a long, cold winter the last thing you want to do is wear any more wool, but you'll freeze (and look a bit ridiculous) if you start donning the capris and sundresses.
How do you gracefully transition your closet from winter to spring?
at 8:54AM, 3 years ago |
On December 15, 2009, Jill Chivers took on a challenge to avoid clothes shopping for one year. Like many of us, she makes less money than she did before the recession. Jill's spending habits, however, didn't change. She continued to indulge in buying, spending hundreds of dollars she didn't have on things she didn't need. So she challenged herself to break her shopping addiction. On December 15, 2010, Jill finished her hiatus. She's learned a lot in the last year and she's sharing her wisdom with the rest of us on her blog, My Year without Clothes Shopping.
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at 12:56PM, 3 years ago |
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