Dressing my baby boo Ruari on a budget!


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I absolutely refuse to pay full price for pretty much anything! Well… unless it’s Anthropologie… I just can’t help myself. ;D But, when it comes to Ruari… she grows out of everything so fast… why would I spend $40 for a dress she’ll wear once? I don’t ever spend that. I wanted to share a few of my favorite ways to barely spend any $ on your little babe!

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Thrift shopping: This is my #1 way to save money! Seriously. I’ve purchased the majority of Ruari’s wardrobe from a thrift shop. Good things about thrifting… VERY cheap… the clothes are in great shape (most baby clothes are since they grow so fast!)… and a few companies (like Target) actually send the remainder of their clearance items to some thrift shops. 🙂


Clearance: I really only buy clearance if I buy from any store. My two favorite clearance racks: Target and Old Navy. Sometimes I can find shirts/pants/shoes/whatever for under $3! Crazy! Love it!

Coupon Codes: So many companies/etsy shops/etc. have coupon codes these days…. You can pretty much google any company/coupon code and something will pop up. Seriously. Try it!

One of my favorite vintage finds for Ruari… Her little checkered blue Easter dress! It was so sweet. AND… $2!!! Wow. Awesome.

So… that’s it! My little tidbit of advice for dressing you baby on a budget! Do you like to dress you babe on a budget?

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