Courtney from Women Living Well put together a helpful video on how to shop for feminine clothes on a budget.
When I had more time than money, I shopped almost exclusively at thrift stores on their Dollar Days so there was little in my closet which cost more than $1 each. I’ve relaxed that standard a some now that I have three young children and my life is more full, but I still aim to pay just a few dollars per item.
Since I keep my wardrobe very simple and usually have no more than six mix and match outfits, I can easily stick with my personal $15-per-month clothing budget. But can you believe that I’ve never purchased items for myself at a consignment store? I’ve been to lots of children’s consignment sales and stores, but Courtney has inspired me to check and see what our town offers in the way of women’s consignment stores.
By the way, Courtney says she shops at a chain consignment shop called Clothes Mentor.
For more thrifty ideas, check out Courtney’s post on How to Have a Clothing Swap.