Why It Doesn’t Hurt To Be Cheap

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Top—H&M / Pants—Joe Fresh / Pumps—Target / Belt—thrifted

To clarify, for the purpose of this post, I mean financially...it doesn’t hurt to be cheap financially.

The pants featured were $10. Count ’em. 10. The shirt $12. The pumps $20. The jacket? You’ve seen before. So, basically, there’s hope for those of us on microscopic budgets—you can look put together on less than $60 and not like your 13-year-old niece who thinks Forever 21 is Mecca and Oscar de la Renta is a remote village in southern Italy. Nothing against this particular fast-fashion chain, I shop there on occasion, but over-sized T’s marked ‘SWAG’ just ain’t my thang.

What was your latest ‘n’ greatest frugal fashion buy?

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