Springing into Spring with Easy & Affordable Fashion for the Busy Mom

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My favorite part about a new season is new fashion! I especially love spring fashion. While Alaska doesn’t really have the warm summers that I’m used to after living in North Carolina, we luckily have a few vacations planned! I’m excited to finally be able to wear dresses, tanks and even a bathing suit again.

As a stay-at-home-mom, I love a great deal even more. That’s why today I’m going to tell you about two amazing companies who help me stay fashionable without breaking the bank.


ThredUp sells second hand designer and name brand clothing at discounted prices. They have a strict policy when it comes to what items they purchase and resell. All items on their website have been closely inspected and are in great condition. Sometimes you can even find clothing items with tags at deep discounts! Who doesn’t LOVE that!?

ThredUp sent me two dresses and I am in LOVE! They were high quality, well made and super cute. I know I will get a lot of use out of them this upcoming summer on our vacations to the east coast. The best part? The total for both of these dresses was under $30. For Mom’s who are balling on a budget, like myself, thredUp is a way to stay fashionable, without breaking the bank.

Right now thredUp has an amazing deal going on! First time users can receive 50% off their first order, discount up to $50 using the coupon code DRESSES50.

Stitch Fix

I’ve been a fan of Stitch Fix for a while. I’ve even received monthly orders, but was just recently asked to join their influencer program. I’m supposed to get my first fix (as an influencer) on Friday, so stay tuned for a post about that.

Stitch Fix is a subscription box where you can request clothes and accessories based on your wants and style preference. In addition to filling out a style profile, you can include a note to your stylist as to what you’re looking for. For example, we’re going to Florida next month so I requested a romper, maxi dress and a tank/shorts combo. You’re able to choose a price range that you’d like to stick to. Although I write a note to my stylist, I also love to pin to a Stitch Fix board via pinterest to show my stylist what outfits I love. All of this helps my stylist send me the items I’m really looking to add to my closet.

Stitch Fix offers boxes for both men and women. They also offer clothing in petite, plus size and maternity.

The best part about Stitch Fix is you are NOT obligated to buy anything! While you are charged a $20 styling fee, this is deducted from your final total. You can keep the items you love and return the items you do not.

Check Stitch Fix out for yourself! Add a little fashion to your closet, delivered straight to your doorstep!


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