Maximize your look while minimizing your wardrobe (and spending on clothing) with a few simple rules that match your clothes to your lifestyle.
Sure, an expensive suit costs more upfront, but over time it pays its wearer back in dollars saved — and possibly in dollars earned.
Hand-me-downs are smart and frugal, but these upcycled DIY duds for babies and kids are smart, frugal, AND cute!
You don't need a lot of money to refresh your wardrobe — just some inspiration and can-do spirit. These 20 easy projects will get you started.
You can keep your timeless classics looking timeless and classic — just follow these simple laundry tricks.
You can cut your bills and your eco-footprint by running the washer less often. And with a few simple tricks, your clothes can be just as clean.
If you get creative with shopping strategies and fashion choices, it's easy to control your wardrobe spending. Follow these tips to start dressing for less!
Extend the life of your clothing by choosing quality materials and construction and following a few simple fabric care tips.
Whether you're organizing your closet for the first time or need to make even more space, these tips will help keep your clothing neat and easy-to-access.
Cute, custom, and cruelty free. Mohop's vegan shoes are good for your feet, your planet, and your wardrobe.
What end-of-summer deals will you snag this month? Read through for the best and worst things to buy in September.
From the kitchen to the clothes closet to medicine cabinet, discover unexpected ways that duct tape can help out all around the house.
You don't have to hire a stylist to be the best dressed. These simple, classic, and affordable pieces can keep you looking fresh and fab forever.
When it comes to clothing, there are a lot of overpriced options. But for comfort, style, and longevity, these five items are worth spending the cash on.
If you have some outdated clothes that you want to revive, these easy updates will give you a new look, no needle and thread required.
Step away from the spin cycle! Here are ways to keep your laundry out of the washing machine for as long as humanly possible.
With electricity rates and propane prices rising, we learned in a big hurry how to dry our clothes with minimal dryer use.
With the average American family of four spending almost $4,000 per year on clothing, think of the money you can save by extending the life of your clothes and hanging onto them lo
Very quick and super deal for you folks, to follow my vent on mortgages. And considering what I was saying, we need to save every penny we can. Anyway, Sears is going a little gaga
I remember the first time I picked out my own brand new school clothes. They were made by Oshkosh (or OshKosh B’Gosh at that time), and they were fashionable and
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