I decided to take a trip to the somewhat new Old Navy store in the neighboring town of Estero since I had a gift card and a 10% off coupon. For some reason, Chicaville's Old Navy didn't really have anything- either the stuff that I've seen online wasn't at the store or the store didn't have my size. I'm glad that I took a trip over to this new Old Navy. Here's what I found:
These purses were $0.97 each! They had other styles that were also $0.97, but I don't need anymore. I didn't need these, but oh well, I like them.
Shoes, shoes, shoes. The sequined wedges on the left were also $0.97. The madra wedges were $6.99 each. I've always loved those plaid wedges, and I'm glad that I waited until they went on sale.
During the summer, these are all I wear- tanks. It gets so hot down here in Florida, so why not snatch up an extra one for $4.50.
Moving along, I decided to check out the local Goodwill. The Goodwill was located in the "rich" part of town, and they referred to this Goodwill as a "boutique", not a thrift store. When I got there, I was kind of disappointed. I mean, they had some really nice stuff, but the "boutique" was dimly lit, so you couldn't really see what the hell you were looking at. The "boutique" was also small-very small. I couldn't even turn around in there and I know I didn't gain THAT much weight. Everything was just crammed in there. I'm surprised I found this belt in there(yes, another cinch belt), and at $2.99, it just happened to be the cheapest thing in the "boutique".
Needless to say, I don't think I would be going back there again. I thought all the other Goodwills were getting expensive, but this "boutique" topped it. I saw a pair of USED Gap jeans for $19.99. I might as well buy a brand new pair for fifteen more dollars. Oh well, the "rich folks Goodwill" just isn't for me.
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