Jewelry & Jeans: Scoring My Favorite Brands On A Budget

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Scoring My Favorite Brands On A Budget

Monday, October 10, 2016

I am a major bargain hunter (I got it from my mama). I love looking for sales or deals and buying when I can get the most cash back or points. I don't like paying full price for anything but I also don't want to sacrifice style or quality. And I'm a big fan of shopping online.  I mean, I have two kids so getting out of the house is hard enough and getting the extra time to try things on is impossible. Online shopping is the ticket. I recently learned about ThredUp and it was the best of both worlds! ThredUp is a secondhand store with new and like-new designer products.  You can find great name brands for a fraction of the price and everything from new with tags to gently used. You shop online and ThredUp delivers it right to your door.

Nothing motivates me to workout like new workout clothes and I really love Lululemon clothing but in all honesty I can't fathom spending well over $100 on a pair of yoga pants and $60 on a tank top I'm going to sweat in. Once I learned that ThredUp had tons of new Lululemon items I was on their site daily checking all the newest entries.  I was able to get this entire Lululemon outfit for more than 45% off retail.  I saved well over $80 and I still got brand new items.

I don't know what it is about having new clothes but all of a sudden I'm eager to work out and get some great use out of my athletic gear.  Plus, it feels good to have clothes that are well made, a great fit and purchased for a steal! ThredUp offers more than just athletic clothes.  They have all kinds of women clothing, shoes, children clothing and shoes, accessories and more. 

I love the way Lululemon pants fit.  They seem to hug you and hold you in in all the right places.  This tank is lightweight and moisture wicking and I loved the bright peach color. Shop these looks and so many more at ThredUp.

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