Yikes guys! How is it almost the middle of July? I know summer is still in full gear, but I’ve slowly been hearing whispers of getting ready for back to school and realized that fall is closer than we think. Like, in 6-7 weeks “fall” will arrive. Yikes again! Even though I’m not in school anymore, I love revisiting my closet in the fall to prep for the upcoming seasons. And, like most people, I really hate spending a lot of money doing it! Why is it so expensive to be a girl? I know I can’t be the only one, so today I’m sharing my top-secret tip for loading up your closet with all the good designers on the cheap.
How To Build A New Fall Wardrobe For Under $50
Drumroll please… thredUP! I’ve shared about how much I love thredUP before and was so happy to partner up with them to share how you can get a whole new wardrobe for fall, all for under $50. Don’t believe me, do you? For those of you who aren’t familiar with thredUP, they’re this amazing online consignment store that carries labels from Target to Forever21 to Zara and the big boys like Kate Spade and Oscar De La Renta. All in great condition, but all a fraction of the original price.
Armed with $50, I scouted thredUP and found this killer color block dress, two button-up blouses and two crop-tops, all worth over $143, but I snagged them all for under $50.
Gone are the days of shifting through massive bins at thrift stores or stalking major retail sales like it’s your job.
What’s even better is thredUP is having a huge sale right now. Use code WOW40 for 40% off your order — guys, with this sale, I totally believe that you can build a whole new wardrobe for fall under $50 (maybe $100 if you’re a clothes addict like I am).
Here’s a better breakdown of what I got:
Shelby & Palmer Cocktail Dress — $9.99
E-Lady 3/4 Sleeve (New With Tags) — $20.99
Apostrophe Long Sleeve Button Down Shirt — $5.49
Solemio Tube Top — $4.99
Gap Long Sleeve Button Down Shirt — $5.49
I’ve been stocking up on button-up blouses lately. I love how they can be dressed up or down, and they pair so well with skirts. I also have been adding more crop tops to my closet – I know a lot of curvy gals are afraid of crop tops, but I love them for the hot months that late summer/early fall bring. And, guys, how fun is that color block dress?? You know how much I love color!!
So, now you know my shopping on a budget secret. Head on over to thredUP to find designer labels on the dime, and use code WOW40 to get them on the penny!