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Hellos ladies. OMG I have discovered a new source for clothes. Never had even thought of shopping at a garage sale but talk about bargains galore. Totally unbelievable. I managed to find all kinds of things. I purchased a beautiful matching top and skirt, Sweater,  Blazer Jacket, and a absolutely beautiful long sensual night gown. Pulse several items of jewelry. Just to many to mention. Spent a total of $11.00. Still can't believe my good fortune. Looking so forward to mixing and matching everything. I promise to share a total fashion show with everyone. So if your looking for awesome deals I suggest visiting a garage sale near you. Just wanted to share.  Hugs. To everyone. Amber. 

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Another advantage is that if they have something in your size, they usually have only that size and a few sizes up or down.

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1 hour ago, MarcieMarie12 said:

Another advantage is that if they have something in your size, they usually have only that size and a few sizes up or down.

So true Marcie. These sales were actually in my town. I had a little advantage knowing some of the other ladies so I knew where I should go. A little daring on my part but sometimes I can't contain myself. Especially when it comes to clothes. My neighbor had a pair of beautiful 3"pump slings in her sale that I had seen her wear many times. I knew they were my size.  I was wanting them but another lady grabbed them before I could. Ah the pursuit of a good deal. Hugs. Amber 

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I have found a few things a garage sales as well.  I still have the best luck at thrift stores. Goodwill has been very beneficial to my wardrobe. 

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