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Before buying clothing, consider looking at websites such as:

  • RetailMeNot .com offsite link  A clearinghouse for discounts, coupons and time-limited of deals from online stores.
  • offsite link  Once you register, it lets you know where there are sales on items you are looking for - including by brand name designers. The site is free.

Consider using apps on your smart phone. For instance:

  • Goodzer compares prices on products carried by stores in your neighborhood. 
  • Poachit lets you flag an item you want. The app then sends you a text when it goes on sale.  It also sends coupon codes for items which are discounted.
  • Pricegrabber allows you to see whether other retailers offer lower prices. It also allows you to set up a price alert letting you know when an item is marked down.

If it is just are tired of your clothes and want new ones, consider trading unwanted clothing online for styles you like at SwapStyle offsite link or Rehash Clothes offsite link

For special occasions, think about renting clothes. For instance, check out the following web sites:

Online thrift shops sell pre-owned luxury clothes and accessories as well as day-to-day clothing. Sites to consider: Poshmark offsite linkThe Realreal offsite linkThredUp offsite linkTradesy offsite link.

Charity-driven thrift shops generally have gently used clothes, sometimes they even have designer labels. To find a thirft shop near you, go to: offsite link. Search by zip code, city or state.

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