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Cutting Costs and Buying Used Clothes

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Buying used clothes can be a great way to save money, especially if you have rapidly growing children. It can get very expensive if you have to buy new clothes every six months for a child who is growing rapidly. You can defray some of your clothing costs by shopping for deals at used clothing stores or thrift stores. Even if you do not have any growing children, buying clothing at thrift stores is a great way to cut costs.

3 Ways To Save Money On The Kids’ Back To School Wardrobe

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Back to school clothes shopping can be very expensive even if you only have one child. You can also take advantage of tax free holidays, and you can set up clothing exchange clubs with your friends. Clothes are brought to the store by people who no longer want or need them, and they are inspected (often laundered) and displayed in the store. Kids grow quickly, and many parents find that they only wear an outfit a few times before they have outgrown it.