Sunday, September 19, 2010

Thrifty Treasures: Shoe Parade

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Y'all know I love me some Retail Therapy, and shoe shopping is a great form of therapy. I love to dress up my feet. I've found some great bargains recently that I just had to share.

These babies were marked $1.99 at Sears on Labor Day. At the register, they rang up for $1.20.
I never go into Sears anymore. It's on the other end of the mall from where I normally park. But my kids ran in there with Mimi following while I was donating blood in the atrium with the Red Cross, and I had to go hunt them all down when I was done. It was the best hunting ever because I found those adorable purple fringe flops.

These little slouch boots came home with me after a Buy-One, Get One Half Off foray into Payless with Michaela Byrd and a 20% off coupon.
She got brown Mary Janes, I got boots. I think it was a good deal.

I don't spend a whole lot on tennis shoes for my kids because they don't wear them all that often. So when I spotted these for around $10 at Wal-Mart, I snatched them up for Michaela Byrd, who outgrew her tennis shoes over the summer.

My house puts off an Arctic chill in the winter months, so when I spotted these adorable sets of girls' slippers, I picked them up in Natalie and Michaela Byrd's sizes. They want to wear them now, even though it's 82 degrees outside.
I can't afford designer shoes anymore, so I don't mind spending less on something trendy that will probably last about as long as the style is in.

I'm wishing for cooler weather so I can get into those boots!

{Have you found any Thrifty Treasures lately?}


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13 comments:

  1. $1.20??!! That's fabulous! I love shopping clearance racks at the end of the season for next year; you get the best deals! You really scored on those flip-flops.

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  2. I don't go to Sears much either, but I did find some boots there a few weeks ago. $1.20 for shoes is a super deal! I'm always buying summer stuff for cheap during the fall...I have to wait awhile to wear it but the price makes it worth the wait!

    Hannah

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  3. I love the clearance rack at rackroom shoes, esp during their BOGO sells :) I spent a total of 30 dollars for 4 pairs of designer shoes, two pairs of heels for me (I have a sickness... someone needs to cure me) and two pairs of sneakers for the mini... I LOVEEEE clearance...

    AND Old Navy in August... I bought $240 worth of back to school clothes for $120 I was so happy! I used 3 coupons 2 were 15 off 50 dollars when you use an old navy credit card and another was just 10 off any 50 dollar purchase! combine that with the deals and I was STOKED.

    ^ obviously I am still excited. I'll shut up now. LOL.

    I love the boots and the slippers. So cute... ;)

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  4. Wow! You really found some great deals =)

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  5. great deals! love those purple sandals! i jusy got some great deals on summer clothes for my son for next year at carter's

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  6. You found some great deals. Next spring when you rediscover those cute fringed flip-flops in your closet, you are going to be so happy! I hardly ever go into Sears unless it is to look at tools or appliances. Maybe I should venture that way when I make a rare mall trip.

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  7. Great buy - I can't believe the flip flops were only $1.20 :)

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  8. Wow, love the boots. I used to have slouchy boots years ago when they were stylish the first time around. I haven't been in Payless lately - I'll have to check them out.

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  9. You did awesome. It's been my own personal experience that the shoes I buy retail never seem to get worn while my thrifty finds are often my best! I love the slouchy boots!

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  10. I love finding good deals... Especially on shoes =) But, I do tend to splurge a bit on my heels... If I'm going to wear them all day, I want them to be comfortable lol!

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  11. I buy almost all my kids' shoes at Payless or Target. For me though, I need a little something more real because I have bad feet. But I try to not spend more than $40 per pair. I love those boots. I want some!

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  12. Loves those flip flops and best of all the PRICE!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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