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Anthropologie– If this site isn’t instant love for you, then you may have something wrong with you. That, or not a lot of cash to dump on a new outfit. But don’t fear, I rarely buy anything at full-price, I love this website because things go on sale quickly and it’s a great site to look at for outfit inspiration. Check out their sale page here.
Anthropologie Rack– This site is run by a buyer who snatches up Anthro’s sale items and sells them slightly marked up. Not as good as Antho’s authentic sales section, obviously, but a good source for trying to snag that wool jacket you just had to have.
Etsy-I got introduced to this site several years ago when I started out selling jewelry on it. Since then it has become my go-to source for one-of-a-kind finds and inspiration for wedding projects.
Forever 21– This one is a bit tricky. I have to admit this store/website is a dream for the cash-strapped college gal who wants to be stylish on a budget. But let’s all admit it, the quality is not quite there. Regardless, I still adore it for last-minute outfits and for grabbing cheap accessories to finish off an outfit (you know, for those outfits that just need a purple belt and matching clutch). Besides, they now have maternity, so
hopefully apparently they are trying to appeal to a more mature audience.
eBay– Killer deals. ‘Nuff said. If you aren’t utilizing this internet-wonder, make an account and get on it.
Art Fire– Similar to Etsy, in fact a lot of the vendors are the same, but occasionally my search for “peacocks” will turn up something new on one of the sites.
Simlie Springs– Okay, this is clearly a self-promoting plug. But hey, everyone needs cute jewelry (or perhaps something custom made?) 🙂
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