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Thrifting for kids

It’s back to school and apparently growth spurt time for my kiddos, which means a trip to the thrift store to update their wardrobe.

My favorite place to thrift for the kids in St. Louis is Once Upon a Child. There a multiple locations in my area, but my preferred location is in St. Peters.

The reason I like this location is because they are soooo organized and clean. The store is actually better maintained than some department stores I’ve been to.

Eli got the lion share from this trip. They typically have tons to choose from from infant to maybe 5t. But once you hit 5t the selection isn’t as plentiful. Not to say you can’t find good stuff, you just won’t have racks and racks to choose from. And if you have boys you also know that’s the size when they are tearing through the knees of their pants at a rapid pace.

With the haul, I purchased 63 items that will take my kids through the rest of summer and fall and paid approximately $230. That’s like $3.65 each article of clothing. It’s also called winning!

Once we have the clothes home, they go straight to the laundry room, tags come off and into the washer they go. HOT water, lots of detergent, can’t have creepy crawlers in your clothes. If you’d like to see my thrift shopping process, there’s a video! And it’s down below (come thru embed features).

Thanks for watching and reading, I’ll catch yall on my next post, which should be sewing related.

 

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Blue Suede Layers

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Pants and cardigan are thrifted $6 total. Shirt is Ava and Viv  from Target on clearance  $11.

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Thrifting for the little

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There’s a store here called Once upon a child. They happened to have their clearance sale this week. I got all that you see above for  $22 and some change.  8 shirts, 8 pants, 5 jackets, and a vest. The vest was the only thing not on sale. Everything else was $1.

Then Old Navy had a great sale for the bigger little. 

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10 pieces were $1, 1 item was actually .49, and 5 were $4.99 each.

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Goodwill was GOOD!

To me today… 13 pieces for $46

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7 bottoms

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Banana Republic  and Jones of New York were some of the labels I scored today.

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Cardigans are great for layering and mixing & matching.

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When winter finally arrives in the Midwest these sweaters will come in handy.

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This skirt with opaque tights!!! Love the box pleats.

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This sort has some cool gold details on the zippers and hooks.

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And although these did not come from a Thrift store I couldn’t leave them after visiting Marshalls. They were only $40.00

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