Since my baby girl absolutely loves being a princess and dressing up for church, she has quite a few dresses. Red, blue, polkadot, striped just to name a few. Every week we go through her closet to get her outfit ready for church, and she usually has a say of how the outfit will come together.
She gets in front of the mirror and twirls and says, "Wow! I'm a princess!"
With that princess mindset, you know mommy does not have a princess budget. I frequent my local Value Village to snag beautiful dresses that little ones have outgrown, often finding ones that have never been worn.
Can you tell which of these dresses were bought a regular price?
Take a guess?
3/4 these dresses were found at my local thrift store. I know, I know! I'm always saying give it try, but for real, use all the money you'll save to splurge on the extras. Get your nails done or grab pizza with kids. With the rate that my girls are growing, and the way I love to shop, I want my coin to stretch as far as possible.
You can really find some great treasures like this dress my eldest wore to a wedding over the holiday season.
Happy Friday JR !
,Although we live in the Greater Toronto Area now, we are born and bred Toronto die-hards. From the nightlife to the multicultural pockets that highlight the city; the international cuisines to its thriving sports scenes: there is no better city to raise our families. Thank you Toronto for always bringing your 'Eh' to the world. 183 never looked so good.