I definitely agree with Goldcoatedapple, you can find some great things at these stores. You could also try Buffalo Exchange, if you have some clothes you want to get rid of as well or a thrift store in your neighborhood. You can find really interesting things they’re, and if you have a sewing machine or even know how to sew by hand, you can alter anything you find
Hope that helps!!posted over 8 years ago
i am so broke but i am contemplating using my credt card. please someone intervene. im lusting and browsing f21.com everyday. i need a jobposted over 8 years ago
thrift stores! a little bit of searching will yield lots of vintage finds and unique items – and if you’re any good at sewing, you could buy clothing from thrift stores and then alter it or add details like lace, trimming, etc. for little or no money!posted over 8 years ago
if anybody in your house has a clearout of clothes that they don’t want, snap some up ! I tend to get loads of my mum’s jackets and knitwear this way.posted over 8 years ago
your parents’ clothes – use a dad’s big shirt as a skirt
your friends’ clothes?
You could do a clothes swap with your friends if you like each others tastes in clothes. Me and my friends used to do it all the time when we were younger and didn’t have much money of our own.posted over 8 years ago