collaborations Tuesday, April 25, 2017
That happy feeling when you go shopping and bagged an awesome deal. You just can't help but brag your latest aisle/online shopping expedition to your friends, right? Ah, I wish we could get huge savings every time we shop.
Shopping Rules to Live By
Anyways, I do make me shopping rules to live by. I'm a budget-conscious mommy. I know I need it. Here it is:
- Clothes & Accessories - I buy it cheap and affordable. Preferably, less than $50. You get elated a few days after your purchase but after that, the feeling is gone. So, you itch for more. Haha! (I know, my wallet is scared.) That's why I buy it cheap and/or affordable. I love awesome deals/sales too. Who doesn't, right?
- Bags & Wallets - Medium to luxe. By that, I mean $50 and up. Some women consider bags as an investment piece. Personally, I define investment as something that appreciates in value not depreciates. (#myOpinion) Anyway, this could be a splurge item for you. ;)
- Shoes - Affordable to Medium. Preferably, $20, could be less, to $150. (By the way, you can find gems on clearance racks.) I do splurge occasionally even though my wallet protests. Haha! I feel like, shoes are more damage-prone compared to bags. That's why I stick to medium-priced shoes.
ToSave Maxi Dot Dress | ToSave Black 'Boy Bye Print' Shirt | Lovisa Accessory Necklace | Steve Madden Python Print Pointed Toe Flats | Aldo Pink Mini Bag | Michael Kors Rose Gold Fulton Bracelet
Online Shop for the Budget-Conscious
Now, let me share with you a shop I've found online called ToSave.com. They sell cheap fashion. It's really affordable like you can get items for less than $5. But don't expect much from the quality. You get what you pay for. That's how life operates.
So if you're a budget-conscious chic, looking for cheap fashion alternatives. You might want to check this online shop out. ;)