February 20, 2012

Buying Baby/Toddler Clothes for a Great Price

In this video I share some of the ways I buy cute clothes for my daughter at an affordable price.

I hardly ever buy clothes at full price for my toddler. I always buy from the clearance section in stores and online. I also use printable coupons and coupon codes to get extra discounts. I will also buy clothing out of season; meaning that I buy Winter clothes in the Spring, or Summer clothes in the Fall. Buying clothes out of season will save you a ton of money. I have winter coats for the next 3 years, all of which were under $7.

I usually shop at Old Navy, Target.com, and second-hand stores like Thrift Town, the DI (Deseret Industries), and Savers. Most baby/toddler clothes have only been worn a few times before being donated to a second hand store so you can get some high quality clothes for your baby/toddler for a steal. I only buy clothes that look gently used, no major stains or tears, and they always cost $1-$3. 

Finally, I shop for clothes that won't fit my daughter for 1-2 years. So I have winter coats for my daughter for the next 3 years because I got them all on clearance. You can save a ton of money that way!
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