It’s summer time again and it’s time to hit the beach or just relax by the pool. So your search tells me you are still looking for that perfect swimsuit!
At First Class Fashionista we are very excited to share with our readers where to find designer brand swimwear for less! So today, I want to share with you my “off-price” T.J.Maxx and Marshalls swimwear shopping experience as a Maxxinista.
And if you still find yourself looking for that perfect swimsuit at an affordable price, I’ve got the answer-Become a Maxxinista and shop at T.J.Maxx and Marshalls!
As a First Class Fashionista–Maxxinista, I discovered T.J. Maxx and Marshalls still has a great selection of in season 2010 designer brand swimwear for up to 60% less than the department store prices. Why pay more? At T.J. Maxx and Marshalls I found not just one, but two perfect fitting swimsuits at unbeatable prices-A mosaic-patterned one-piece by Michael Kors and a turquoise cut-out monokini by Guess. And I couldn’t leave Marshalls without my metallic gold sandals (photo above). Believe it or not, the cost of my T.J. Maxx swimwear and gold sandals was only $90.00. Last summer I bought the same Guess swimsuit (in a different color) at the Guess department store for $80 bucks! If you love your designer labels, want to look fabulous and pay less, become a Maxxinista like me and shop T.J.Maxx and Marshalls swimwear.
How does T.J. Maxx and Marshalls do it…? How did I find the same designer swimsuit at the department store and at Marshalls, for example?
Answer: off-price retailers like T.J.Maxx and Marshalls buy direct.
“The designer makes more than the department store orders and T.J.Maxx and Marshalls strike up a deal with the designer for the rest (T.J.Maxx Commercial Promo 2010).”
Here are some additional great finds at T.J.Maxx and Marshalls:
Roxy Bikinis $24.99
Ed Hardy Swimwear 49.99
Trina Turk cut-out monokini $49.99
St. John one-piece bathing suit $59.99
Kate Spade flip-flops $20.00
BCBG flip-flops $19.99
Large beach towels $7.99-$12.99
Also don’t forget to check out the must-have cover-ups. The cover-up selection included jeweled and beaded beach dresses, easy-fitting linen beach pants, terry halters, rompers and the sexy boyfriend shirt.
Note: A few weeks ago, I bought a white linen St. John cover-up for only $29.99 that I saw at Nordstroms for $120. It pays to be a First Class Fashionista–Maxxinista!
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