Happy Monday! Andrew has his race recap going up tomorrow. I’m sharing an amazing way to save money on clothing from my favorite brands for the kids and me today. I have a discount code for you at the end of this post too. This post is sponsored by thredUP, thanks for reading!
Andrew and I set a goal this year to find different ways that we can save money. We’ve been eating out way less (easy to do I guess when we used to eat out 10 times a week;) and meal planning which has been saving us a lot of money. I stopped going to the nail salon and started doing my nails at home. We switched cell phone providers and downgraded our internet speed to save some cash each month. We stopped a few subscriptions that we weren’t really using. We continue to discuss different ways we can save more! What we are saving for—> a fun family vacation this summer or fall + Andrew has a masters program next followed by a Nurse Practitioner program that we are saving towards.
I have another awesome way that I wanted to share with you that we can all save money using= thredUP!
ThredUP is the largest online consignment store and each day they add thousands of new items. They carry 35,000 different brands, many of my favorite brands like Lululemon, Banana Republic, Free People, J. Crew, Madewell, Anthropologie, Kate Spade, Gap and Old Navy.
Here’s what was in our box and I love it all. Everything honestly smells super great (which I was worried about before I received my first order) and looks new! Some items even still have their tags on. Each item is super high quality and something that gets a lot of use once it is at our house.
Below are items from: Madewell, Lululemon, Nike, Old Navy, Gap, The Children’s Place, Champions and Crewcuts by J. Crew! AKA all of my favorite stores.
Below is how much we saved on this order. Does anyone else get butterflies when they see that they have saved money? I sure do.
With thredUP you can save up to 90% off estimated retail!
Another huge bonus for shopping with thredUP is that they make it very convenient. I don’t have to take Skye to the store to dig through racks of clothing:). With thredUP you can save your sizes, your favorite brands and use the filters or search box to find exactly what you are looking for. I love to use the filter to look for Skye and Brooke’s clothing at the same time by putting in their sizes together and the brands I want to buy.
A question that I get often from readers is for suggestions for awesome workout clothes at cheaper prices and thredUP is the perfect answer. I got a Lulu tank for $25 with the estimated retail price for it is $58, this Nike tank below for $11.99 (77% off!) and these Nike pants for $22 when they are normally sold for around $54.
You know how I feel about my Madewell v-neck t-shirts. With thredUP I can get them for $8 which is way cheaper than in the store.
Kids grow so crazy fast! It is so nice to use thredUP to find them really cute outfits but not spend a ton of money on them to only fit into for a few months.
There are a lot of people to get dressed over here each day and thredUP is a great way to help us to save money on the stuff we love so we can stick to our budget!
****thredUP is offering the first 100 Hungry Runner Girl readers an extra 30% off your first order! Click here to start shopping and use code HRG30 at checkout. That’s an EXTRA 30% off their already discounted prices, so don’t miss out! (Applies to new U.S. and Canadian customers only. Redeemable online only. Items under $150. See site for full terms).****
Have fun shopping for your spring and summer wardrobe (FINALLY… We made it through winter;).
If you have been doing this—> What are some ways that you’ve been working on saving money?
Have anything you are saving up for?
What percentage of your day would you guess is spent in activewear clothing?
-Some days 10% and some days 100% (don’t worry, I shower and put on a fresh pair of leggings and a jacket;)
What is your Monday workout?