Wish you had an endless shopping budget? Dreaming of the day you can update your wardrobe each season without a care in the world, try the latest trends without looking at price tags, and rock your spanking-new clothes like a boss?
As nice as all of that would be, rest assured: you don't have to spend a million bucks to look like a million bucks. Now, it does requires some hunting and a keen eye, but you can update your wardrobe without breaking the bank if you know how to "go cheap" without looking cheap.
Take this outfit for example:
Fox Sweater: Old Navy (bought on sale last year for about $15)
Shopping tip: Wait til Oct 3 for Stuff & Save and snag their current fox design for $13.20
(that's 40% off the already discounted price of $22) Holla!
Jeans: Forever 21 ($7.80) <---- that is not a typo. Buy some. Now.
Booties: Kmart (currently on sale for $25)
I'm no math whiz, but based on my calculations, this whole outfit ran me about $48 dollars. It's a perfect example of how it is possible to be on-trend without going broke.
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When I show you how to put an outfit together for under $50, it will be high fives all around. You might even break out your happy dance, because not only will you look cute, but your kids might even get to go to college. BONUS!
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Hey, no one ever said it was pretty...
Love ya like I love good deals,