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Nearly midway through the year, shoppers are likely to see some of the best bargains since January. However, a few items are almost certain to drop in price, and waiting may pay handsome dividends.
You can extend the life and appearance of your clothing by following some simple tips to properly care for them.
The average cost of the 2013 prom is $1,139, according to a new survey. But you don't have to spend anywhere near that.
Save money on clothes, household items and more by shopping at thrift stores. Learn techniques to help you scour for bargains.
It's prom season across the U.S. Check out this money-saving guide before you begin your search for the perfect dress.
Knockoff gowns and the websites that sell them abound. Do you really want a cheaply made imitation?
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