Cheap Designer Clothing- How Can Sally Afford Those Killer Designer Fashions-roselip

UnCategorized Does Sally, your office mate, always dress in the sharpest BCBG MaxAzria dresses, Adrienne Vittadini Blazers, Ann Taylor skirts and shirts and Talbots suits? Do you wonder how she can possibly afford that awesome wardrobe on the salary that you all make? I know Sally’s secret!! Sally shops at thrift stores. Yes girl! Thriftstores. Shhhhh!! I said, "It’s a secret". O.k.. Let me give you the scoop. Thrift Stores are no longer just for the needy. It is where the middle class divas hang out, secretly of course. No, No, No, they aren’t going to tell you. They want you to believe they shop at Saks, Bloomingdales, Ann Talylor and Talbots. But, in reality, their closets are filled with CHEAP designer clothing. Yes, Cheap designer clothing. I know that it sounds like an oxymoron. But, if you purchase authentic designer clothing and you pay a mere fraction of the retail price for them, they are indeed CHEAP designer clothing. Thrift store shopping is not for the weak at heart. But, if you are still with me, I will lead you step by step and promise to simplify your experience. O.K? Alright, let’s do this! Step 1: Make a list of all the thrift stores in your neighborhood, stores near affluent areas and in the "not so great neighborhoods". Conventional wisdom might tell you that the best deals are probably near the affluent areas. However, this is not always the case. I promise you that I also have some CHEAP designer clothing in my closet and much of it came from stores in "not so great neighborhoods". So, make sure to diversify your list geographically. Step 2: Make phone calls!! Yes, call the stores on your list. Save your gas and time and call first. Call each store and make sure they have a large deposit of designer labels. If they do, keep them on the list. Now, refine your list based on what you have learned. Step 3: Visit your favorite designer clothing haven a couple times of week. It should take you less than a month to fill your closet with Ann Taylor, Talbots, BCBG, Ralph Lauren and other cheap designer clothing labels. It is definitely ok to be picky. If you don’t see exactly what you like today, just remember that most stores restock daily. So, tomorrow will most likely be your lucky day. The key is to be consistent in your shopping. I promise you after you buy your first Ann Taylor dress with the $220.00 retail price tag still hanging on it and you only pay $18.00 for it, you will be soooooo hooked!! Before I, when you bump into Sally, tell her I said "Hello". About the Author: 相关的主题文章: