Frugalista

10 Nov

If you have been shopping lately, and what true fashionista hasn’t, you are well aware how expensive it is. Fortunately with the Vintage Look taking to the runways, thrift stores have become ’the’ places to look for unique items and hard to find bargains. And buying clothing at thrift shops is a cheap and easy way to build a classic wardrobe.

It’s possible to find a dress by a well-known designer for a small fraction of the original price. And it’s a fun way to complete one’s summer or winter wardrobe.

You may actually find a Christian Dior dress for less than $20, a leather hobo or slouch bag for $5, or a slinky little black dress for under $10. The fun is in the hunt. Foraging for great used clothing is a modern day phenomenon. Not for the faint of heart and not just for those with less funds. It’s a hip way to shop



 

 

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