Discount Designer Clothes Pawtucket RI

Local resource for discount designer clothes in Pawtucket. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to dresses, evening dresses, formal dresses, clearance deals on clothing, women clothing, cocktail dress, cheap shoes, men’s clothing, as well as advice and content on shopping online for clothing.

MIRROR IMAGE INCORPORATED
(401) 729-8027
190 EXCHANGE STREET
PAWTUCKET, RI
Departments / Services
Craft, Service, Printing Services, Screen Printing, Communication, Art, Embroidery, Needlework, Printing, Publishing, Media
Hours
41.879940 -71.379464

Crunchy Boutique
(508) 478-1991
102 Bates St
Mendon, MA

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Salvation Army Family Store
(800) SAT-RUCK
504 Central Ave
Pawtucket, RI
 
Act 2
(401) 274-2223
802 Hope Street
Providence, RI
 
City Sports
(401) 521-6555
271 Thayer Street Thayer Street
Providence, RI
 
AMERICAN EAGLE OUTFITTERS
(508) 643-1318
999 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET
NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA
Departments / Services
teenager, boot cut, polo, necklaces, mens, drawstring, fashion, sweaters, outerwear, tee shirts, girls, jewelry, bottoms, tee's, swimsuits, slides, tops, boots, halter, bootcut, shorts, khakis, tanks, hiking, teens, wide leg, cropped, clothes, hats, shoes, fragrence, bandanas, underwear, alive, jeans, original pocket, utility, dvd, polar fleece, boxers, bracelets, Men's Clothing, swimwear, tube top, chokers, sandblast, cargo, wrap, bucket, graphics, shirts, caps, clothing, denim, t shirts, blue
Hours
41.946467 -71.349943

Sisters Of Mercy Of Providence, Inc.
(401) 729-0405
1286 Broad St
Central Falls, RI
 
Myopic Books
(401) 521-5533
5 S Angell St
Providence, RI
 
Marques Resale Shop
(401) 722-9880
800 High St
Cumberland, RI
 
Urban Outfitters
285 Thayer Street
Providence, RI
 
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Fashion party clothing: Affordable fashion party clothing

The great fashion news right now is that stylish party clothing is also budget friendly. Bobbie Thomas, style editor of NBC's Today show, adds that dressing up also is easier than ever.

Dressing up is about dressing down, Thomas asserts. It's about reinventing, reusing, and rethinking your wardrobe, she continues. You should look to the basics rather than purchasing items that are extravagant in style and price.

Year-round for top value

Powered by the catch phrase, "make it work year-round," Thomas sees a movement toward season-less style, where fashion is no longer ruled by color. For example, she points out, florals will continue to bloom through winter. The black and white floral dress featured here by Alfani (available at macys.com) is a great find. "I love the fact that women aren't putting away their summer and spring pieces," Thomas says. "We're seeing pastels and soft summer colors being incorporated, year-round."

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