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Talking about Frugal February has really got me thinking about how I can shop smarter, and make sure that when I am making a purchase it’s something that I’ve put thought into and I’m getting the best possible bargain. View Post
When it comes to wardrobe staples, I think that you can find something great no matter what budget you’re working with. I’ve picked out five of my must have wardrobe items and found an option that’s luxe and one that’s less expensive, so you can decide where you’re going to save and where you’ll splurge. View Post
I’m usually one of those people who makes plans, but the other day I made a spontaneous decision and I feel like I need to tell you about it because if I don’t then no one will know and I’ll just back out of it and it will never happen. After reading a post from Fern at The Fern Life’s decision to cut back on her Kmart spending, I’ve decided that I’m going to join her in taking on the Frugal February challenge. I’ve decided that I’m not going to spend any money this month that doesn’t need to be spent. View Post
Thrifting or second hand shopping as a plus size person can be difficult. I’ve been to stores that are rumoured to have a great plus size range only to find that it only goes up to a size 18, I’ve found many many dud outfits (think of the nana fat girl clothes from the 90’s) and I’ve had some real misses buying from online sellers. I do really like the idea of being able to onsell my clothes and be able to buy pre-loved clothing from others, in what seems to be such a throwaway culture, so I have persisted and over the years I have picked up a few thrifting tips that I thought I’d share with you. View Post
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When I asked you what you wanted to see more of, one of the resounding answers was how to wear plus size winter trends when you’re on a budget, so I’ve teamed up with my friends at The Warehouse to create a head to toe look that nails not one but two of this season’s trends for under $200, while still being versatile and working with what you already have in your wardrobe. View Post