Saturday, August 13, 2011

Save Money on Back to School Fashion

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When the kids were little, we could do all their back to school shopping at Goodwill, and they were happy.  Then Beth started Middle School, and she started to think she needed name brand clothes and the same kinds of jeans, tops, and everything else that 'everyone else' was wearing.  Last year's fashions from Goodwill were no longer acceptable.  Which, of course, meant that back to school shopping was going to cost more from then on.  She didn't get as many new clothes, either.

Cory's main fashion requirement is Converse shoes and lots and lots of t-shirts.  And he loves his ties.  Sure, some college students go to class in their pajama pants, but the boy likes to dress up and look nice.  He's learned to look for good deals on all his clothes - partially because he grew up with me, and I'm really cheap, and partially because he's spending his own money now.  I think mostly because it's his own money!
Same with Beth.  Even though she doesn't need back to school clothes now, when she does buy clothes, she likes to find the best deal.  That means always checking the clearance racks at stores and looking for good deals online at sites like Bealls. They've got some really cute stuff and offer savings like free shipping on orders over $50 and $10 off orders over $50 with code 10MORE, so it's a good place to find those must-have back to school fashions and still manage to save some cash.

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