Children’s Clothing at the Salvation Army

by T Akery | October 24th, 2011 | Kids' Shopping

Shopping at the Salvation Army no longer has a stigma attached to it. Instead, it is seen as a smart shopping decision. This is because the economy has practically revamped how we shop for things like children’s clothing. Of course, you might even find something for yourself in the process.

Since these are used clothes you are looking at, you still have to be picky despite the low prices. Make sure to inspect all the clothing you intend to buy. Look for holes, worn areas, or ripped stitching. While such imperfections maybe repairable, it is best to skip them.

Find out when your Salvation Army picks up items. This is the time to look for newly arrived children’s clothing, rather than waiting until all of the items have been picked through. If you get the timing right, you can probably find the items that you are looking for without too much trouble.

If you have specific items in mind, bring a list with you. This will help you from getting distracted by other items. Wait until you have filled your list before moving on to other parts of the store.

Don’t grab clothing off of the shelves just because the price is right. You will wind up with more clothes than closet space. Plus, the likelihood of your kids wearing every single thing you buy decreases dramatically.

Don’t take your kids with you. You will always spend more than you intend. You will also likely be spending more time in the toy aisle than searching through hangers to find what you need.

Don’t expect the store to be that organized. It may take some time to find what you need, because not everything winds up exactly where it should be. This is probably not the store for a quick stop just to grab something.

Bargains are at the Salvation Army. You just have to look for them. Avoid the temptation of overloading closets because things are cheap. Because there is no stigma attached, this is one of the myriad of ways smart shoppers can get the best deals on children’s clothing.


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