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This post is sponsored by Just Between Friends – Lower Bucks. All opinions are my own.
Yesterday, I had an opportunity to shop the Just Between Friends consignment sale in Lower Bucks. My husband stayed home with our three children, and I got to enjoy a morning out … ALONE! It was pure bliss!
I know that consignment sales always have a huge selection, but I was blown away by what was available at JBF Lower Bucks. They filled two entire regulation-sized hockey courts. Everything was neatly organized so shoppers could see what was available, and every bit of space was utilized. My focus for the day – clothes for the toddler.
My son is 3 years old, and has just started pre-school this fall. He still fumbles with buttons and zippers, so I was looking for pants with a pull on elastic waist so he could handle potty breaks on his own. He was also in need of warm pjs, long sleeve shirts, a new hoodie since last week he managed to tear the sleeve on the one he has been wearing.
Armed with my list, a shopping bag, and a budget of $50 I hit the sales floor.
As soon as I got to the 4T racks, I saw a great selection of clothes. I was so excited to have options. I quickly found a like-new pair of Carter’s footie pajamas for $3. Then, there was the elastic waist pants that were on my list – 2 pairs, again only $3 each. Picture day is this coming week and then there are Christmas photos in November, so we needed cute sweaters for those; I grabbed two. On to long sleeve t-shirts for school and play – 5 shirts, each less than $3.
Then, I came across a red and grey winter coat. Its a 4T, but looks like it may be a little big. I was about to put it down and walk away from it when I saw the price tag – $6! Into the bag it went! There was no way I was going to walk away from a $6 winter coat, that I know I can sell back next fall for the same amount of money.
All total, I got 11 items for Michael and spent $30.
Since I was under my budget, I decided to look around for a few things for my older children. My focus was on things to wear for Christmas photos. In the big boys clothing (size 10) I found a long sleeve t-shirt I thought my son would like and a sweater vest for photos.
When I started shopping for my daughter, who is picky when it comes to how clothes feel and fit, I decided to get her a blue top (to break up the pinks & purples at home) and a black cardigan since she is always chilly.
My total at check out – $50 on the dot!
Just Between Friends – Lower Bucks
You can shop Just Between Friends – Lower Bucks during their public sale October 20-23 at The Sporstplex in Feasterville. That’s four days of great deals. On opening day, admission is $3, but shoppers can grab a free pass, or returning customers may bring the postcard they received in the mail.