National second hand wardrobe week is February 24th to March 2nd 2013; in case you are scratching your heads right now, there truly is a week dedicated to second hand clothes.
Many of us are used to getting hand me downs from our siblings, other relatives, or friends of the family, and we wear the clothes with no problem, now there are places we can go to find slightly used clothes that won’t break our budgets some people may have a problem wearing used clothes. If you have a phobia about wearing previously worn clothes, get over your phobia you can always get the clothes dry cleaned.
There are many places where you can shop for a second hand wardrobe, places like your local thrift store have hundreds of undiscovered brand name clothing just waiting for you to purchase at next to nothing prices.
The Salvation Army is another magnificent place to find unique designs for a fraction of the cost, you will also be helping an organization that helps people who are struggling in this economy.
Other places to look for second hand clothes are yard sales where you can find clothes for everyone in the family for practically pennies, and consignment shops where you can find cute clothes for cheap prices. In this economy why pay top prices for clothes you can barely afford.
If you are searching for slightly used clothes for kids, then check out thredUp you can save up to 80% on brand name clothes for kids, you can also make money selling your kids used clothes.
Finally, if you have a gala event to attend and you need a designer outfit to wear for just one night, don’t spend your entire budget on something that you will never wear again, especially if you can’t afford it; go to renttherunway where you will find everything you need to wear for your memorable night at rock bottom prices Join Now for Free and Get up to 90% off on Top Designer Dresses at Renttherunway.com!.
These are just a few things you can do to save money buying clothes, and still look stylish thanks to National Second Hand Wardrobe Week.
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