Friday was the monthly .50 clothing sale at a local thrift store I like to shop at. I love .50 sale day!
I got there at opening and was able to find several pretties for all of us.
I got the sheer, peach-colored blouse to wear over the black
Also found 3 pair of shorts, a couple long-sleeve shirts, a couple pair of pants (not jeans or slacks, I'm not sure what they're called otherwise, but pants), and 3 pair of jeans. I was running low on jeans. Don't know what happens to the ones I have, they fit for awhile, then one day I put them on and don't like the way they fit anymore (no, not gaining any weight).
My cousin is getting married in a couple of weeks, so I was really hoping to be able to find a new dress for the occasion. I did find a couple of dresses for .50, but neither suitable for an after Labor day, evening wedding.
While I was out, I decided to go on and check out the Goodwill, my second favorite place to clothes shop. They aren't as cheap as .50, but compared to new clothes prices at the store, you still can't beat it. And they have a much larger selection of men's clothes.
My first stop was the men's blue jeans row. All their jeans cost $6.96 each. Last time we shopped we found Ryan three really nice pair of Levi's, which go for $40.00 or better at Sears.
I was able to find him a pair of Carharrt jeans, which also go for $40 at Sears.
Found Kevin a pair of Levi's identical to the ones he already has (but not cut up the inseams)
Then I looked at dresses. All the dresses (except formals) are only $5.95.
The brown dress was on half-off sale, so I got it for $2.98.
I'm not real sure they realize I'm over 40 years old, lol.
This is a much younger lady's dress.
I love it, too, but I'm going to love it better on one of my young neices.
Altogether I spent right at $50.00 on everything.
I wouldn't even have been able to buy the boys' jeans alone for that at the dept. store.