These Threads be Free

26 May

For real, most of my clothing and shoe-wear has been free.  (Thanks to the likes Jen Fetzer and few other generous fashion hunters).  However, we can’t all depend on the world to fork over free Italian leather boots and last seasons sundresses, so I’ve set my sights on buying direct from the store.

1. If you have a friend working for a department store or the famed American Apparel or Urban Outfitters, let them know you want to shop, or grab the best deals.

You can always buy full price!  But why?  Creating a fashionable wardrobe can be fun, however for those tight on the penny and need a significant change toward a more work appropriate “biz cas” it can be tough to wait around.

2. Catch the sale seasons by receiving e-mail updates from your favorite shops.  These ads sometimes have online offers only that can drastically reduce the price.

3. Shop online.  Check out a pair of boots or cute top.  You can go to your local department store and even try it on.  It fits!  Great, now buy it for 30%-70% less from an online vendor.

4. (This is my real favorite).  Whip out your AAA Card (or AARP).  I live by my membership card and I in-fact, own both (Thanks, Mom?).  At places like New York and Company, you can get a whopping %15 off your already marked down ladies wear.  (To be honest, New York and Company wicked sales anyway) and at Walgreens get an extra 10% off with your AARP card.

Lets be real, you’ve been caring around that junkie piece of plastic to save you from road disaster. Make it work for you all day, everyday.

Want to know more about AAA Discounts, Check it out RIGHT HERE in our area!

One Response to “These Threads be Free”

  1. Kindra Becker June 14, 2011 at 8:39 am #

    The Limited offers 20% for teachers AND students on top of sale prices. They have awesome professional clothes. Needless to say I take mad advantage.

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