It is time for Ashley Lauren’s Closet Children’s Consignment Sale again! It only happens twice a year in the fall/winter then again in the spring/summer. Right now it is open to the public through Saturday in Cleveland, TN. You can find details regarding hours of operation and address here. I shopped this weekend and got amazing deals on clothes, shoes, and toys for my kids. I’ve included a couple of my favorite items below so I could show you. My oldest daughter had a formal the evening that we shopped so I didn’t get to spend as much time as I normally do shopping. Also, we are planning to sell our home soon, so we have minimized everything including the number of clothes we all have.
I loved all these boutique outfits for my toddler. They were all priced great. All three together were less than $15.
Our sweet girl loves to twirl in skirts. I found several super cute ones with the shorts made inside of them.
Don’t all 3-year-olds love characters and animals? We also bought her a frozen gown she has not wanted to take off.
These are just a few of the shoes we bought. We also got another pair of Keds, dress shoes, and Tevas for one of our girls and our son. My hubby even found a pair of practically brand new casual shoes. Once I clean these with a magic eraser they will look brand new. That super cute pair of red Converse was only $3! You can’t beat that price!
Can you believe this shirt was only $4?
This American Eagle shirt was $4.50.
These “mushy” shorts (as my son has called them since he was little) might have been the best find of the entire sale. He would wear these shorts every single day of the year if he could.
These golf shirts were all $5 and under and are all name brands.
T-shirts make my boy happy. Although he already had several we bought him on clearance at the end of last year, we found a couple more that were great deals.
Last but not least, these Under Armor swim trunks were $1.
Since my 14-year-old wasn’t able to come with us shopping that day I didn’t buy her anything. I have learned to let her pick out everything herself. We plan on going back later this week so she can shop. My baby didn’t need anything because she gets all the leftovers from her sister.
I ended up spending less than $178. Brand new it all probably would have cost 3 times that amount. I love saving money where I can in ways that are easy and fit into my life. If you aren’t already shopping at children’s consignment sales it’s a great way to save money and make money on last years’ wardrobe. If you live anywhere near the Cleveland, TN area you’ll want to make arrangements to shop at Ashley Lauren’s Closet. For hours of operation and location, click here.