Wednesday Aug 8 2018
Attention, class. Today’s lesson is on the 1,2,3s and ABCs of back-to-school shopping.
1: ONE LOVELY, LOCAL OPTION
Spoiled Rotten Children’s Boutique carries unique clothing for babies, girls, boys, and tween/teen girls. And it’s right here at Gardner Village in the Salt Lake City area, so you can try things on, touch and feel the fabrics, and get a true sense of what you’re buying before spending a dime.
2. TOO CUTE
Okay, so we’re cheating a little here with no. 2, but you get the point. The clothes are so sweet. And you can always buy two things. ;)
3. THREE IS THE MAGIC NUMBER
When it comes to making an outfit feel finished, it can often help to think in threes. The basics (pants, shirts, shoes), a top layer (sweater, vest, jacket, etc.), and the accessories (jewelry, hats, and other fun finishing touches).
Spoiled Rotten will show you how to mix and match these three keys to make numerous outfits from just a few finds. Consider it a little fashion math. Never has arithmetic been so fun!
A: ACCESSORIES ABOUND
Beyond wardrobe staples, you’ll also find hair bows, hats, jewelry, shoes, and other awesome accessories.
B: BANK WON’T BREAK
You get the look of designer threads without the price tag. Plus, you don’t have to pay for shipping!
When it comes to putting outfits together, I don’t always hit the mark. I’m so grateful for the friendly fashion coaches at Spoiled Rotten, who happily help me see outfit potential.
Maddie, the shop’s owner, even helps me coordinate things in her store with things I already own. She’s never pushy or tries to get me to buy things I don’t need. This kind of care and kindness makes such a difference. I can tell she loves her work, which makes the shopping experience more fun for me, too.
This is one lesson where it's okay to get an F, because the most important thing to remember is that back-to-school shopping can be F-U-N.
Okay, pencils down. You now have the tips to successful school shopping. That school bell will be ringing soon. Seems now’s the time to put your newfound education to the test and send those kids back in class.