How to Shop For Your Seasonal Colors & Style At Marshalls & TJ Max
Discount stores like Marshalls and TJ Max are a great place to shop for your Seasonal Colors & Style because they often carry a more varied selection of colors & styles than the traditional department stores.
Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your discount shopping experience:
1. Start with the right Mindset:
Shopping at discount stores is a treasure hunt. Merchandise varies from store to store and day to day, so plan to stop by often and approach the expedition with an open mind. You are mining for treasure and some days you'll strike gold and some days you'll come up empty. The thrill is in the hunt!
2. Start with the clothing you need:
Hoping to find a sweater? Start in the sweater aisle first. Pull out your Shopping Fan and walk along the racks of sweaters stopping only when you see a color match. Once you find something in your Seasonal Colors, check to see if it's also in your size and Seasonal style. If not, put it back and keep on hunting. Be sure to check out other wardrobe staples while you are there. You never know when you'll find something just perfect for you.
3. Move on to Accessories:
Don't just shop for clothes. Look for accessories such as designer handbags, shoes, belts, and hats in your Seasonal Colors & Style...you never know when you'll strike gold!
4. Don't forget the essentials:
Don't forget to check for lingerie, socks, tights, pajamas and even jewelry. Finding these items in your Seasonal Colors & Style at a great price is worth the hunt.
5. Don't expect to find it all in one trip:
If at first you don't succeed, try again. Don't get bogged down trying to make something happen. If you aren't finding your Seasonal Colors and Style then just move on. You may do better at another store or on another day. Check back often.
6. If you make a mistake, return it:
These stores have generous return policies so if you aren't 100% happy with your purchase after you get it home, take it back. Let your Seasonal Color, Style and fit be your guide, not the price tag.