Today we found some great articles on fall trends on a budget, surviving losing your job, and things happy couples do differently.
With an edit of your current collection, keen haggling at the consignment place, and savvy shopping, $25 can get you a whole new look.
Discount retailers aren't the only places to get great fashion deals online. Check out these surprising name brand options.
You don't have to spend half a paycheck on a nice pair of jeans. Cheap, stylish, and well-fitting jeans exist. You just have to know where to look.
Don't be daunted by the cost of work clothes! There are lots of ways to create appropriate ensembles for any job that'll leave you plenty of paycheck.
You can be cheap without looking cheap — just follow this guide to finding inexpensive, great-looking tuxes and gowns.
Your fitness regimen can leave you looking less than your best. Feel beautiful inside and out with these frugal tips.
The holidays are a time for giving...and receiving things you don't want. Here are seven ways to deal with gifts you just won't use.
Today we found some awesome articles on ways to save on shoes, things not to buy during the holidays, and ways to give gifts that matter.
Today we found some stellar articles on defining your fashion style and saving money, tips for effectively using layaway, and cutting winter costs and saving for the holidays!
If shopping for new clothes is on your brain but not in your budget, check out these totally cheap ways to help you love your wardrobe again.
If you're still paying for your wedding after the big day (or you just want some extra cash), selling your dress can help offset costs. Here's how.
The spy series "Covert Affairs" probably doesn't remind you of day-to-day life — but that doesn't mean it can't teach you some everyday frugal fashion tips.
Old stuff — we all have so much of it. Whether it's clothing, furniture, or something else, try one of these techniques to make it seem totally new.
Today we found some fantastic articles on saving on clothes, getting your resume noticed, and teaching your kids good spending habits.
Before you start spending your savings on a new spring wardrobe, try these suggestions to stay in style on a budget.
Thrift stores (and maybe even your very own closet) tend to be filled with used ties. Give them new life with one of these easy DIY projects.
You spend good money on clothing, so make it last — ensure your threads don't get threadbare with these laundry tips.
This winter, update your closet while saving cash by following these fashionable, frugal suggestions.
Today we found some great articles on how to dress your kids for less, planning for holiday travel, and becoming a millionaire
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