People always ask where I buy my stuff, so I made the decision why not write a blog post dedicated to the question. I mean, who doesn’t wonder where someone got that cute (or ugly) shirt or those amazing shoes from? And this list is not almost clothing and accessories, it is also about food … something else that I am extremely picky about. Of course, not all the stores that I frequented are on this list, but the ones that I will frequent almost once a week are here!
Urban obviously tops my list because, if you recognize me, most of the clothes in my closet come from there. Pretty dresses, elegant blouses, hats, shoes, jewelry, headbands … and if you are not a lover of their prices (which by the standard, they are almost incredible), they are ALWAYS buying. Sometimes big and sometimes small. And if you look around the clothing racks long enough, you’ll almost always find something for a reasonable price – think Forever 21 prices for a shirt that is 100 times the quality. Also, her BDG jeans are great, they fit well and are of great quality. For $ 40-60, you’ll get a pair of those jeans … so they’ll be cheaper than designer jeans (unless you’re at a consignment store) and extra money (for good reason) than cheap Forever jeans.
Target is next to Disney World on my list of the best places ever. I don’t know if it’s because I live a couple of minutes from Target, but I’m there almost every day. Whether it’s to browse the jewelry, clothing, and bikinis or to browse the cheap but still cute shoe section. Or to shop through the aisles for cheaper food then stop and shop … Target never fails to comply. Priced roughly equivalent to Forever 21 stuff, Target’s clothing is certainly better quality and certainly won’t rip; plus, presumably, you won’t have the “I only wore this shirt once” problem with Target clothing. They need AMAZING work clothes that will turn into going out clothes for us Twenty-somethings too. Also, while you are shopping for clothes, you will get a great pair of stylish and (maybe) comfortable shoes, the toiletries you would like, and food, and on some Targets, they have added a legitimate grocery section, with fruits, vegetables, etc. Who wouldn’t like to see all forms of shopping condensed into one location so they don’t have to wade through the filthy Walmart? I know people who haven’t explored Target’s offerings and are really losing out. After reading this, I hope you are not one of these people!
Wow, if Trader Joe’s sold nice clothes and shoes, they might be at the top of my list. I even have a significant addiction to TJ. Maybe it’s the low-calorie frozen meals or the adorable packaging they’re available in, but I can’t stay away from the grocery store! As I’ve blogged before, I really like the Pesto Tortellini Bowl, the Reduced Guilt Frozen Mac and Cheese, and the 110 calorie bags of Lite Kettle Korn. Each of them is an important staple in my diet and I would be extremely depressed without them. TJs also has other awesome things for those of you who aren’t crazy about dieting … Pesto pizza – yum. and that they have these mac n cheese balls that I could totally try, but I can’t (Diet) right away. the costs are also quite inexpensive. So if you’ve moved in and you’re in an apartment, TJs is your best bet for high-quality food for a coffee price.
The one thing that (sometimes) pulls me away from Nordstrom is the hefty prices. Also, the lack of shops in the city keeps me away because I have to drive there, but that isn’t the point. You’ll always find something in the Junior (BP) area, and even if 12 and 15-year-old girls are hunting for attire similar to yours with their super-stylish mother, you won’t be able to resist. Only once did I see a mother shopping in the BP section, and he or she was not with a daughter. She was shopping for herself when I saw her try on her clothes. Maybe, at her age, she should be upstairs in the women’s department … but as a woman in her early twenties, it’s pretty cool to shop there. You will get jewelry, accessories, dresses, blazers, and some nice good-quality tops and tanks! Now once we mention Nordstrom, the amazing shoe department can’t stay in the dark. If you want shoes, go to Nordstrom! Bags, makeup, nice jeans, a beautiful dress for a wedding or event, a variety of designer clothes, everything is there. And yes, there is almost always a purchase. If I were you, I could try to catch your semi-annual sale, you own it.
Ohhhh Costco, you are so much better than the BJs. Okay, maybe I’m just saying this because the gang is typically more normal at Costco and so free samples are better, but my mom always says they sell various things. Well, I usually find everything at Costco. If she is eliminated and survives hers, Costco may be a fantastic thanks to the store. Of course, you can’t get EVERYTHING in bulk, but if you want … you will get cereals, snacks, spreads, frozen foods, etc. and you won’t need to buy these products again for a couple of weeks. – It’s so much better than spending $ 40-50 a week on groceries! And you get free samples, and we all know the reason for traveling to Costco is the number of free samples!
This store is almost a staple in the life of every twenty-somethings (and in the lives of every teenager and pre-teen), but if I can be completely honest with you, it shouldn’t be. Of course, Forever is great for getting an inexpensive dress that you are simply wearing once … and sometimes I find amazing cheap shirts that I can just figure out and put down, and that I will wear these shirts once. The thing is, these garments are SO trendy, they’ll keep them in your closet after the design fades, and eventually they can be thrown away or revived when the design is back in fashion. not to mention, that several of the things will break. Jewelry is your best option at Forever – you need the most beautiful and profitable things. Headbands too. Shoes you could go to Target for if you used to get them cheap … because the kind of like their clothes, their shoes are so trendy you’ll only wear them once … otherwise, you’ll have blisters everywhere and you won’t be ready to walk through every week because they are very uncomfortable. Oh and XXI is the best, so are all Forever in Los Angeles … or at least that’s how I remember them! (Please don’t sue me for this section forever!)
Get ready, get set, and go on a search. That is exactly what you will do once you enter these low-cost stores. My favorite thing to do at Marshalls / TJ is to buy shoes. The only drawback is that they don’t offer a shoe in the size that you prefer. You’ll have to dig for your clothes. You should be extremely cautious about what you purchase. Please make sure there are no tears in the item and that you will only use it once before purchasing!
H&M downside: everyone buys there. So don’t be surprised if people at work start sporting a blouse equivalent to yours … The upside is that the costs are cheap and (most) things are cute. I hate simplicity so sometimes H&M doesn’t have what I’m looking for … but I can find nice things most of the time. I even have friends who wear awesome, stylish outfits every day and buy most of their clothes for H&M, so it all depends on what you’re trying to find.
This is a Massachusetts-based boutique, with a CT location and a RI location (remember Jasmine Sola? Same owner). I’ve even seen tons of boutique store things and brands elsewhere … more specifically Avanti in Ithaca. They need dresses, shirts, etc… some of the things are overpriced, it goes without saying, but the rest is fine. Once, I had to leave this store because 15-year-old girls were giggling and choosing clothes equivalent to mine. But, I have even found AWESOME finds here … very trendy, very stylish, lots of compliments. The cheaper stores listed above that sell equivalent clothing for less don’t help the business (just like they didn’t help Jasmine!) But there are people like me who will explore the store anyway, and will only buy once they find something unique and original. They even have (very few) designer jeans.
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