1. Shop sales. The best time to save on clothes is when a particular store is having a sale. Lots of times stores will have sales during holidays such as Columbus Day, Memorial Day and especially around Christmas and back-to-school. Did you know that Target has daily deals and sometimes that includes their Mossimo jeans? I just bought four pairs of jeans from them for $24 because they were buy one, get one free and they had a 20% discount if you bought three or more pairs of jeans. Talk about a good deal!
2. Wait for it to go on clearance. If there is an item you just absolutely love, but don’t have the money at the time, wait for it to go on sale. Stores tend to always have a particular brand on sale at some point in time during the month. If you wait for it to go to clearance, you’ll get the best deal on it.
3. Shop garage and yard sales. Sometimes this is a hit or a miss. They might not have your size or the style you’re going for, but you could always end up with cute stuff at a much cheaper price than if you bought it at the store.
4. Shop consignment stores. Your local consignment store or Goodwill is always a great place to shop for clothes. Goodwill usually always has a great selection of clothes. Thought a lot of times the selection varies based on the location. Another great consignment shop is Plato’s Closet. They only take the latest styles and top-brand clothes so they’re always in with the trends and they have a fantastic selection of clothing.
5. Make your own clothing. Have a plain boring t-shirt that needs a little bit of sprucing up? Transform it by adding ruching to the sides or sleeves or even adding ruffles to the front of your shirt. There are a lot of great tutorials around on the internet for sprucing up a boring t-shirt.