Hey everyone and happy Friday! I'm so glad the weekend is finally here. I'm off for the next 5 days and I can't wait to start doing all the awesome stuff I have planned. Girls night, double date, alone time with sweetie, relaxation day, and finally jury duty on Tuesday (not excited for the last one but at least I have the day off LOL). To celebrate all this wonderful time away from work I decided to write this post about one of my favorite things to do...SHOPPING! Bet you never guessed that one right ;) One thing I like more than simply shopping is getting an awesome deal so I have put together a list of 5 discount stores that I absolutely love where you can get great name brand clothing and accessories for really low prices.
If you've never shopped at Burlington before then you need to do so ASAP. They have the best accessories and I love shopping here for purses and jewelry. Of course they also sell clothing too which you can see on my recent outfit post HERE. I'd say my best score at Burlington was a cute Betsey Johnson wallet on clearance for $10! Yes you read that right!!! You never know what you'll find once you step through the door...it's like a huge treasure hunt and there's nothing I love more than the thrill of the hunt :) You can shop online or find a store near you HERE.
#2-Ross Dress For Less
This is probably my favorite of the 5 because they have the best prices ever! Just like Burlington, Ross is a huge treasure hunt and around every corner there's a great deal to be found. My best score here was a pair of UGGs for only $80. That was a rare find for me as I've never seen that brand at Ross before, but they do always have adorable Bearpaws for like $40. With it being winter we could all use a cute pair of fur boots :) You can shop online or find a store near you HERE.
I've only been to this store a few times in my life, but every time I came out with some amazing stuff. This is actually a great place to shop for gifts for others especially around Christmas because they always have little gifts sets of various items really cheap. I'd have to say my biggest score here was the cutest Roxy hooded cardigan for only $25. This store is a bit more organized than the others so it's easier to find what you're looking for so if a treasure hunt isn't for you than you will love TJ Maxx :) You can shop online or find a store near you HERE.
Like with TJ Maxx, I've only been to Marshalls a hand full of times but what I love about this store is they have a layaway. There have been so many times I'd be shopping at a discount store and have a buggy full of stuff but before I could head to the checkout I'd have to decide what I wanted more because I didn't have enough money for everything. I know you know what I'm talking about ladies! At Marshalls you can get it all with a small percentage down. My biggest score here was a pair of Ralph Lauren Polo jeans for only $30. Yes...I was really excited that day :) You can shop online or find a store near you HERE.
I love shopping here because they have an awesome rewards program! If you sign up for their Burke's One card (not a credit card) then every Friday you get 15% off your entire purchase and you get 1 point for every dollar you spend. Once you reach 200 points you get a $5 off coupon to use on your next visit. How cool is that? I'm always getting amazing discounts here on top of their already super low prices! I'd say my biggest score here was an awesome pair of Southpole plaid fur boots for only $25. This store is another treasure hunt so be prepared to unearth some great deals :) You can shop online or find a store near you HERE.
Have you ever been to any of these stores? Which one is your favorite? What has been your biggest score at a discount store? I'd love to hear from you so leave me a comment and let me know what you think. Be sure to spread the love and share this post with all your friends who love discount stores as much as I do. I hope you have an amazing weekend and happy shopping :)
Goodbye for now...Fashionable Tigress
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