Wardrobe

October 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

And always the children are growing. Pants and a shirt, $3 each. Good brands, good colors, ever in longer sizes.

And bitty Captain America undies. the potty training time is getting closer. $.69.

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In recent weeks

August 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

Here are some bits we have thrifted. Uniform pants, $2.

Keens, I snap them up when I see them. If we can’t use them I’ll pass them on. Such good versatility and quality.

A paper making kit. $2. A really fun school or busy activity.

Girly shirt and sneak peek!

July 31, 2012 § 2 Comments

$2 Boden shirt. I do love these branded items. First because there is a certain assumption of quality that can be made about the better brands. And second because I love looking through the catalogs that come in the mailbox but choose not to afford the clothes in them. So I really love getting a good brand at thrift store prices.

Also, can you spot the new finished sewing project? Stay tuned!

Skirted

July 20, 2012 § Leave a comment

Thrifted this week: a Laura Ashley skirt. I seldom have time to try things on while shopping, so clothes for me from a thrift store are a rare thing. This makes me feel feminine and I love the medallion fabric. I’ll make it into a dress for my girly when I tire of it. $6.

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Thrifty couture

July 10, 2012 § Leave a comment

School clothes and larger sizes are coming up in the thrift store search. This week I found three yards of linen fabric for $3. Shirts from H&M and Target, and jeans from Gap and Children’s Place. All for $9.47. My girl wears size 8-10 at the waist, but I have to tailor off 2-3 inches at the bottom. And she isn’t really chubby! I love these colors.

And always the clothes

May 10, 2012 § Leave a comment

For the little one this time, all like new, shirt $1.49, shorts $1, Stride Rite shoes $1.49, and .99 kerchief. We love our bandanas, for all kinds of uses. I’m thankful for the blessings of other’s largess.

Clothes trove

March 19, 2012 § 1 Comment

This week’s haul of kids clothes. I threw away three pairs of pants with butchered knees and was thankful to find replacements. I do select thrifted clothes very carefully. Gone are the days when I could buy a size without having the child try it on and be confident that it fit, so clothes must be perfectly sized and of good quality. These are from left to right Gap, Gap, Gap, Gap, and Old Navy and while these brands matter not as a sign of status, they usually mean the clothes will last well and have good hand-me-down value. $10 for all.

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