This can work whether your goal is to save $1,000, cut back on the purchase of new clothes, or declutter your house. Here's how.
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It's nearly universally understood that apparel is taken back most frequently. However, electronics may be catching up.
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More and more people are buying, using and then returning clothes. It may not be strictly illegal, but is it right?
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