How To Shop High End On A Budget ||
Number one tip to shopping: always check the for sale section on their website and subscribe to their email list for discounts and deals on your favorite brands.
Number two: only spend full price on good quality items that are versatile and go with multiple outfits, e.i. Shoes, jeans, jackets.
Number three: check Poshmark and Thred Up and haunt the stores of TJMaxx and Marshalls. Ross Dress For Less might even have some deals. Poshmark and Thred Up are used and in good shape items you can hunt for deals and key pieces like I found with this Free People dress and that Free People sweater.
Dress: Free People || Original Price: $128|| Found on Poshmark for $38 ||
Shoes: American Threads || price: $89 but sturdy and will hold together awhile hence why I paid full price. I wear these with everything ||
Slip: a local boutique called The Pink Coconut that had dress extenders
Sweater: is also from Free People || Original Price: $168 || Price I paid: $45 || I bought this off of Poshmark as well and there was absolutely nothing wrong with it and it's super super comfy.
Shoes are one of the few items that I will pay full price for. These Wedges I bought at Target for $30 and I've worn them with EVERYTHING this season.
Bonus: I love Old Navy and I use a rewards system from them. I get tons of coupons that I can layer on purchases. I just recently purchased three pairs of working/ nice leggings and some running shorts and only had to pay $1 after I added all of the coupons together. Be watchful for sales and invest in rewards systems if you shop constantly.
A great app for cashback is Ebates. They have double up days on certain websites and if you are already buying from them, then you can earn cash back on online purchases or in store with some. If y'all go through my link, once you buy something we both get rewarded with money in our account. It's definitely worth it for big purchases like Christmas or back to school supplies.
Photos taken by Grace Baker from Words Of Grace