If you want to save big on clothes shopping, then you need to buy out of season. By thinking long term with your choice of fashions and clothing purchases, you can make your wardrobe last longer. It is possible to expand your overall clothing selection and accessorize without always replacing your entire annual wardrobe. If you do this right, it can also be a real boost to your clothing budget.
Well, you hunted across the web, found all the coupons you could
and finally bought that item at the lowest possible price at that
point of time from the website you were comfortable buying from.
Now what? Do you regularly go back and check that the price has not
dropped? Did you know that most retailers will do a
price adjustment for you within 30 days of your purchase. And if
they don't agree on that, depending on the price drop and
shipping/return policies you can always return and buy that item
It seems every day I receive an email from a reader asking me how to look rich, how to look as though one spent a million dollars but only spent a dime. As a women who has champagne tastes, but a beer budget, these are rules I follow to look stylish, elegant, sophisticated, and yes, rich:
You're a discount diva: Amazing clothes you found for even more amazing prices. You have all the staples in your wardrobe to be ready for whatever life takes you. That's all great, but it's not worth a thing if you don't have the tools to keep your wardrobe looking like new.
Here are some tips and tools to keep your wardrobe looking stylish and new:
In honor of this year's looming Black Friday and the inevitable flood of welcome "buy one, get one free" deals, this week's wacky product is actually two wacky products. All of this is being brought to you for the standard low, low price of $0.00.
For those of you that watched the VMAs on Sunday, you might have caught a glimpse of the infamous meat dress worn by Lady Gaga. Yes, I said meat, as in 25 pounds of flank steak. Designer Franc Fernandez said it took him two days to stitch the dress together and he shows off how he put it together on his blog. The price of the dress is not disclosed, but the cost for all the meat is $100. And it comes with a matching meat hat, boots and purse.
Personally, I would never wear raw, stinky meat on myself but to each their own.