If you’re trying to live a greener lifestyle, save money, or dress uniquely, you might want to buy your clothes secondhand. However, not all used clothes are actually usable. Before you purchase someone’s closet castoffs, there are a few things you should check.
Christmas clearance sales offer a chance to stock up on decorations and wrapping paper for next year, but that’s not all. You might be surprised at some of the stuff you’ll find at reduced prices or on clearance after the holidays.
Babies grow so fast, they usually don’t get the chance to wear all the adorable little outfits their parents get at the baby shower. Here are five gifts you can give new parents that will last a bit longer.
Shopping at thrift stores offers you a great way to find bargains on the things you want and need, but not everything at the thrift store is a deal. It’s important to pay attention to your purchases, and these tips will help.
Thanks to the internet you can find any number of guides to put together a chic, trendy outfit—and you don’t even need to leave the house to shop for it. But when it comes to finding your unique style, most of those sources will leave you at a loss. Here’s how to cultivate a personal style.
In the back of your closet, you might have a secret stash: a pile of clothes you love, but that don’t quite fit. Or maybe you tried on something gorgeous at the thrift store, but it was just a little too tight or too loose in some spots. Should you get those things tailored, or leave them behind?
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