Love living in Boston, but hate how expensive it is? Before you throw in the towel and contemplate moving to gasp Somerville or Arlington, pay attention to what I am saying! There are plenty of low-budget shopping opportunities in America's Greatest City. And just because you are strapped for cash doesn't mean you have to look like a suburban housewife. Every day, I strut down Newbury Street looking like a million bucks. But what those snooty rich people stepping out of Armani, Gucci and Longchamp don't know, is that my outfit's real estimated value is much closer to about $49.50.
I love clothes. And shoes. And bags. And skin and hair products. Trust me, I would love to be able to buy $100 exfoliant or jeans with a pricetag approaching the value of my 1994 Acura. But I am a student from a very modest financial background. I search out bargains, and if I may say, I've been told I've got damn good style.
Your bargain savior has arrived.