Frugal fashions

April 6, 2009 3:25:37 PM PDT
You can still be fashionable this spring without breaking your budgetNow that spring is here, it's time to put away the winter clothes. But these days, there no room in most budgets for new clothes, we have found ways you can still be fashionable when money is tight.

We've found a couple new websites where you can get designer clothes at a fraction of their regular retail price.

We've already told you about sites like gilt.com and ruelala.com.

"They have everything shoes, bags, dresses, casuals, sweaters, literally they have had everything," said Mary Cannon of New Hope, Bucks County.

For those of you who missed your opportunity to become members of these exclusive clubs the first go-around you're in luck. We've put special membership links online for you again but they'll only be good for the next 48 hours.

And here are a couple new places to go for fashion bargains.

Redtagcrazy.com sells multiple sizes of one item at a time. Sales last a couple hours or less or until the clothing sells out. We found Lucky and Joe's jeans for about 600-percent off!

You'll get up to 80-percent off high-end designer labels at editorscloset.com but some of these online sample sales last only a few hours so you have to be quick. The website is by invitation only but you guessed it Action News viewers can become members by using the exclusive links we've posted at the end of this article. But it's also good for only the next 48 hours so log on, find the code, and use it as soon as you can.

RedTagCrazy.com allows unlimited returns but for store credit only. You can get a refund for clothes and shoes at Editorscloset.com within 14 days.

For special Action News memberships:
Rue la la ? EXPIRES WED AT 5:30 pm (Eastern)
Gilt Groupe - EXPIRES WED AT 5:30 pm (Eastern)
Editors' Closet - EXPIRES WED AT 5:30 pm (Eastern)
Red Tag Crazy

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