need help...best place to find cheap fat clothes
Thrift stores, consignment shops, walmart and any store with a clearance rack. I used to shop at walmart for pants cause that is pretty basic stuff. Thetops and jackets or sweaters I would get from the others places. Worked well.
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on 12/2/12 11:13 am
I was about to ask the same question. I was confused.
Goodwill, Salvation Army, local thrift shops. You'll be amazed what you can find.
Where I work, I am considered to be the best dressed person in the company, and 99% of what I wear comes from a second hand store of some variety or another.
It's also fun to go on the "hunt" to find the treasures.
I know someone who got some really nice clothes at a local church clothing bank for free...Might check into that
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Support groups are wonderful for finding bigger clothing and clothing of all sizes. I wait for bag sales at our thrift shop and they stuff a grocery bag with clothing for $4!! Most of my clothes come from thrift shops still. I love a good bargain and lots of times I have gotten things with the tags still on them. Cato's has AWESOME clearance sales at times. I picked up several pairs of slacks for work for $1.50 each!! Also JC Penny's has awesome sales when they switch seasons. I picked up expensive sweaters for $3 to $5 a piece. My kids got a lot of things too. three great big shopping bags for $50! Can't beat that. Many of the group members just donated clothes to each other. Some sold them through Facebook or the like.
on 12/4/12 2:08 pm
I love finding bargains too at Goodwill and other thrift stores. Putting together a complete outfit is a way that I enjoy expressing myself. You might also try a Ross or K Mart. I got a really cute sweater dress at Kmart on my lunch break today. Just get some basic pieces and mix and match and change the look with scarves and jewelry. Do an assessment of your closet, what you can wear, what will work with some tweaking. Also, if you Face Book, there are a lot of groups that are buy, sell and trade and some plus size exclusive. I love those and have sold a lot of my clothes that have gotten too big.