I was trying not to spend any money this week! But when my oldest son and only daughter are seen wearing the same things every day or they are asking if I can get some laundry done so they have some clothes to wear it is my signal to head to the thrift stores and see what I can find that looks good and is their size!
This past Sunday while passing my favorite local thrift store, I saw the sign said "All Children's Clothes Buy 1 Get 1 Free". So I got the opportunity on Tuesday after voting to go and see what was on their racks. I found ....
- 1 pair of girlie pink sweat pants
- 1 pair of knit pants
- 4 long sleeve girlie t-shirts
- 1 solid pink turtleneck
- 1 layered t-shirt hoodie
- 1 long sleeve nightie
- 1 Health-tex cordoroy jumper
- 2 denim jumpers
- 1 long sleeve dress
Now for my oldest son I found...
- 3 pairs of lounge pants for pjs
- 1 thermal shirt for pjs
- 1 navy blue turtleneck
- 1 Land's End long sleeve polo shirt(looks brand new!)
- 1 long sleeve dress shirt
- 1 black sweatshirt
- 4 long sleeve t-shirts
- 1 pair of gray sweatpants
I don't remember all the brands of the clothes but they were all name brands like Sonoma, Hanes, Falls Creek, Land's End, Gap, etc.
All total with tax, I spent $37.99!!! I had a punch card that was full so I cashed that in for a 20% discount, which was $7.25! Which made my out of pocket total of $30.74!!! There was 26 items total which makes them around $1.18 each!!
Now I just need to find my oldest son a pair of decent snow pants/bibs for the winter months and he will be fully set for winter hopefully(this is my child who is growing like a weed!--the one who needs student size 27x30 pants who was just in a 14 slim pants 4 months ago!).