Frugal Fashion II

Posted By: The Cheapest Skate in Frugality on 07/17/2007 at 13:30:47

The next option involves the clothes that you already have sitting in your closet. Look at them--do you really wear all of them· Probably not. We all have clothes that we more frequently put on because we like their color or we think we look better in them. You probably even have some sweaters or shirts or dresses or tops that someone has given you in the near past, that you kept (why, you don't really know) and never wear. Your options with these types of clothes, and the others you don't frequently put on, are two-fold.

You can donate them to charity (overall a good idea, but you can also write all of this stuff off when doing your taxes, so the frugality is still there, I assure you) or you can take them to a place like Plato's Closet, or another retailer, and sell them. You can either pocket that cash, or you can put it toward clothes that you want to buy that you'll actually wear. Another option for the clothes that you own, so that you get the most out of them, is to invest in a Tide Pen. Again, a simple solution to the problem of clothes that you don't wear because they have a stain on them. Even if it isn't that noticeable, you're always afraid someone will see and comment on it. We've all been there and we all know how annoying that can be. For $5 you can buy a Tide Pen and eliminate almost all of those stains and keep your clothes looking good and hanging in your closet longer.


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