Better.TV find out a few ways to make sure that your closet can stay full, while staying frugal.
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Audra: A pair of wardrobe can cost a bundle, Jeanette Pavini is here now with a better way to save when it comes to shopping for designer digs without the designer price tags. Jeanette: Thanks Audra. There's no need to pay full price, even sale prices at department stores when you can save even more by shopping at consignment or resale shops. You’ll find everything from designer labels to trendy clothes at a fraction of the retail cost. Katy: Usually we sell things about a third of what it would sell for in stores. Jeanette: You’ll find one in just about any city and it’s not only a way to get great deals on clothes. It’s a way to earn back money on clothes, shoes, and accessories that you no longer use. Here's a better way to save when it comes to your wardrobe. Bringing items you have that are still in good condition. When the merchandise sells, you get a percentage of the sale price. Usually about 60%. You can put together a complete wardrobe from handbags and shoes to evening dresses and jeans. And most resale shops make sure that things are in excellent condition. Katy: Many things came in with the price tags still on them. Jeanette: Now before you buy, make sure you try the item on for size. Check to make sure there aren't any hidden tears or stains. Ask if the items have been dry cleaned. And for jewelry, make sure that the clasps work. And don’t be afraid to negotiate a better price. And if you play your cards right, you can put a complete wardrobe together for under $200. And finding your local resale shop is as easy as searching online or looking under a consignment or resale shops in your local phone directory.