No, this isn’t click bait.
You have to laugh at the absurd wording those articles use that try to get you to click on them. Wording such as…”If you’re paying full price for J Crew YOU ARE BURNING YOUR MONEY IN A BONFIRE OF DOOM.” Thanks for the tip, guys, but I think I’ll be all right.
Don’t worry, you get none of that judgement here on the Spiff. Just good ole’ fashion deal advice (from stores you may not have thought about going into).
Like how Hollister runs their jeans on sale for $25 pretty often. That’s how I got these jeans I’m wearing in the picture. And let me tell you, Hollister is not looking for mom’s in their 30’s. Their marketing doesn’t point anywhere near that age range, but you put jeans and $25 in the same sentence and you’ve got this mom in her 30’s in your store. Plus these jeans are great.
Second place to score good deals (that you may not have ventured into in a while) is New York & Co. I go in there often because they are ALWAYS running a good sale. Their jewelry especially is a good deal.
Wandering in there the other day scored me this jacket for ten dollars! And while I definitely don’t condone buying things just because they’re on sale, I knew this patterned jacket would jazz up a lot of my neutral tops and fit into my style goal of taking my athliesure looks up a notch.
(New York & Co. is also a great place to get things if you’ve got long legs, FYI. They have lots of great pants options for tall girls who like to wear heals – and we all said, Praise God!)
The fun in popping in stores that are out of your normal routine, is you never know what you’re going to find or what kind of deal you’re going to score. Don’t let your age, style or the fact that you’re not a college student any more stop you from finding great things to wear at really fantastic prices.
Because if you’re paying full price for anything any where, you’re practically TORCHING YOUR CAR AND ALL THAT IS PRECIOUS TO YOU. ;) jk.