Thursday, 24 February 2011

The Savvy Shopper

1. to know; understand.
2. shrewdly informed; experienced and well-informed; canny.
"Savvy" is slang derived from the French word "savoir", which means "to know".

We all want to know how to save money and shop like a pro.  And when most of us are still feeling the pinch, our hopes of buying that Herve Leger dress seem even further away then before. 
But why should we have to save for something we want, when we can get it now.  For half the price or less. 

Such a bargain at only £492 when it was £1,200.

I always envied the ladies who pranced around the shops with their Chanel or Miu Miu handbag, dripping in Moschino and pearls.  Well, I wasn't going to stand and watch with my knock off Prada from the looky looky man from Ibiza!  I had heard of sample sales, but how did you know when they were, where they were!?

Here are some of my favourite online outlets.    Happy Shopping Ladies!

My recent purchase from brandalley

I am loving Chelsea boots at the moment.  But for those who are vertically challenged, like myself- just hitting 5"2, a bit of help is welcomed from a 6 inch heel.  And for only £3.50 you cannot go wrong.  Especially when they were somewhere around £60 to start with. 

Also on right now - benefit lipsticks at only £6! At half price I shall be ordering one in every shade- chapped lips is NOT sexy.

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