Thrifty Tips to Shop for Cool Clothes This Easter

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Easter isn’t just a time for egg hunts and spring cleaning; it’s also a time for updating your wardrobe. The coming of spring means that you should put your winter garments back in storage and look for clothes that are suitable for warmer temperatures. But looking good doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on new clothes. You can actually shop for clothes you love this spring, all while spending less in the process. So avoid the pricey malls and designer boutiques and learn how to do affordable Easter clothes shopping like a boss.

Stop by vintage stores and thrift shops

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[image source: fundatenights.com]

When you want to get good clothing finds at pocket-friendly prices, you should consider going to vintage stores or thrift shops. Not only do these places have a broad and varied selection of garments, but the clothes on sale are often in styles or designs that you can’t find anywhere else. The trick is to be patient when scouring the racks of these kinds of places because unlike mass market clothes shops, vintage stores and thrift shops often carry limited options for sizes and clothing styles.

Consider buying and wearing sandals

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After weeks of having your feet enclosed in stifling winter boots and shoes, it’s time to give your feet some breathing room this spring. Sandals or flip-flops are perfect for keeping your feet comfortable while also giving them respite from closed shoes. Compared to other types of footwear, sandals are relatively inexpensive and can compliment a wide variety of casual springtime looks. And with summer coming right after spring, you don’t need to go back with regular shoes as sandals are ideal for use in the summer too!

Think less formal and more casual

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The warmer temperatures of spring allows for more sartorial freedom, so don’t be afraid to take risks. When you’re poring through the clothes racks in those thrift shops, bear in mind that your spring wardrobe needs to have a more laidback and casual theme. It’s all about wearing clothes that emphasize comfort for the wearer, so look for items such as loose-fitting shirts, billowy dresses, worn denim jeans, or lightweight trousers. Of course, if you’re set on buying something more formal for events like Easter Sunday mass, you can certainly choose to do so.

Keep accessories to a bare minimum

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[image source: wifflegif.com]

Resist the temptation to buy accessories such as hats, scarves, or sunglasses as part of your new spring wardrobe. If you already own a decent amount of accessories in your closet, all you need to do is to mix and match these accoutrements to your thrift store purchases. As for makeup, keep your appearance simple and casual to complement the clothes you just bought.

Plan ahead by hunting down alternative resources

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[image source: whendoiturnbackintoapumpkin.tumblr.com]

You can never be too prepared when it comes to shopping for new clothes. Often, the spring season will prompt several clothing retailers to hold sales and discounts so keep your eyes open for opportunities like these. Additionally, you can also roam around your neighborhood if your neighbors are hosting garage sales after they have completed their spring cleaning. You never know what great finds you might discover at the local consignment shop or at the house next door!

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