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Default After you have taken your closet inventory and compared it to theabove staple list, you are ready to start shopping for used clothes.

After you have taken your closet inventory and compared it to the
above staple list, you are ready to start shopping for used clothes.
As you start your search, look for deep discounts at flea markets and
thrift stores. These stores will have a large volume to select from
and often have the deepest discounts. You will need to set aside a
large amount of time to search and dig though all of the clothing
items, but you are sure to leave with a handful of great clothing
items at affordable prices.

If you are looking for a shopping experince that it more organized,
start your shopping in resale shops. The price range will vary here
and there will be a selection from new to very used clothes.

If you are looking for newer clothes and you don't mind spending a
higher amount per item, shop in consignment shops. The clothing that
is offered is generally from the past few years and is sold for up to
60% off the suggested retail pricing. If you don't want to shop in a
physical location, you can shop online in either consignment shops or
auction sites.

When you are shopping for used clothing, be sure to review the
clothing items over for defects prior to purchasing. If you are
online, read the item descriptions carefully, work with a reputable
site and be sure to take into account the shipping cost before you
make your purchase. Shopping for used clothing is a great way to build
your wardrobe at an affordable price.

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To start, sort through your children's closest to find any clothesthat they are no longer wearing. You can use these clothes to sell to theresale shop for extra money, or allow your children to swap the clothes fortheir own selections on their own. B [email protected] Preserving 0 21-04-2008 11:41 AM

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