As I am writing this, I am spending time with my family day preparing for Thanksgiving when the conversation of Christmas already pops up. Its gift and holiday season, which means get ready to spend your whole paycheck on spoiling your loved ones (and yourself for that matter).
Do you have clothes and other junk just sitting around in your closet/living space just sitting and collecting dust? The first thought may be to throw away those items or just send them off to a charity shop. While the second idea isn't horrible at all (please don't throw away your stuff if you can donate, help the environment), why not take the chance to make some side cash! I have personally tested these sites so you didn't have to and talk about my experience with each. Some of these sites you may have heard of before and have heard others using before so maybe this can give you some reassurance that this is a legitimate way to make some passive income!
Welcome back, fashionistas.
I love a good bargain, and why pay retail prices, especially when the fashion industry changes so quickly. What can be in fashion today can be out of style tomorrow. Thrift Stores are a great place to find gently used clothes plus unusual and collectible items at a great price. I have never been one to pay for name brand products, unless of course there is a need and if there is true quality attached to the item. Now don't get me wrong, I love nice things. I love silk, I love lace, I love spandex. Oh, do I love my spandex! But most of all, I love a bargain, and if I can find something I like for a ridiculously low price, then I don't mind if it's secondhand or gently used or vintage.
This started in late 2015. I decided to go through some changes with my wardrobe, starting with my closet. I discovered Poshmark and Depop and noticed that people were buying and selling used stuff, so I hopped onto the bandwagon.
It’s always the way isn’t it? You’re either out shopping or browsing online, and you see something you really like, but then you look at the price. And then you check your bank account. It seems like you’re going to have to either save up (by that time it might have sold out) or explore other options. So what can you do to get great clothes for less?
Between the wedding dress, wedding expenses, honeymoon accommodations, and other travel expenses, most people don't have a massive budget for a new honeymoon wardrobe. But you can get some gorgeous, perfectly fit honeymoon dresses for under $100, which means you don't have to sacrifice your style on what should be one of the most glamorous, luxurious trips of your life. Your new spouse will love them, the camera will love them, your bank account will love them, and most importantly—you'll love them.
Watch fashion falls victim to trends, but timeless design never goes out of style. It is the only piece of jewelry which is never bad to see on a man.
Now if you are like me, you love to carry expensive name brand bags. Unfortunately when you become a mother, it is rare to afford such luxuries. Have no fear, there is a way to still carry adorable bags made by top designers and not break the bank! My secret.... thrift stores, pawn shops, consignment stores, flea markets, online consignment shops, Facebook marketplace and resale apps (such as Letgo). It’s important to know these items will not be current season but you can find some great staple bags from $1 to $50 depending on the brand. So how do I get great bags for Walmart prices? Here’s how...
Summer is here again and it's time to rock it like never before! The beauty of summer dresses and rompers is in the convenience and chic look these simple outfits give. Rompers or jumpsuits or playsuits are the perfect go-to for comfort and versatility because they are shorts and dresses knitted into one amazing outfit.